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U. S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



SCHEDULE A 
COMMODITY BY COUNTRY 






135/ J^uur^ 1979 



Census 

X 

39155 



FT135 
Jan, 
1979 
c.3 



U.S. 
GENERAL 
IMPORTS 



ws&v 



^•^ 



Schedule A 
Commodity 
by Country 



£2 35J1£ 



S. Department of Commerce 
REAU OF THE CENSUS 



FT135/January 1979 

Issued June 1979 



U.S. 
GENERAL 
IMPORTS 





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Schedule A 
Commodity 
by Country 



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*^TES <* *" 



U.S. Department of Commerce 

Juanita M. Kreps, Secretary 
Courtenay M. Slater, Chief Economist 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

Daniel B. Levine, Acting Director 

Daniel B. Levine, Deputy Director 




BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
.me, Acting Director 

Daniel B. Levine. 

Shirley K»ll«k. Associate Director 
for Economic Field* 



FOREIGN TRADE DIVISION 
Eminutl A Uptcomto. 



U.S. import statistics are compiled from information v< . Customs Import Specialists on import entries 

filed with Customs by importers. Under the direction of Robert E. Chasen. Commissioner of Customs, the 
primary responsibility for the verification of import statistical information is assigned to field offices under the 
technical direction of the Duty Assessment Division. 



Library of Congress Cataloging Information 

U.S. Bureau of the Census 

US. general imports Schedule A. commodity by country Washington 
FTI 



HF105.C13733 



382-50973 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Special Announcement: 

Chanqes in Schedule A Commodity Classifications Effective January 1979 . V 

Explanation of Statistics IX 

Abbreviations for Units of Quantity XIII 

Tables: 

1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities 1-1 

2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin 2-1 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Changes in Schedule A Commodity Classifications Effective January 1979 

Effective with the import statistics for January 1979, certain changes have been made in Schedule A Statistical Classification of Commodi- 
ties Imported into the United States. Data in report FT135 reflect these changes beginning with the January 1979 issue. Before referring to 
data in the report, users are advised to check table A shown on the pages that follow. Table A shows changes in Schedule A classifications and 
their allocatable TSUSA numbers. Table B shows changes in Schedule A units of quantity. Table C shows changes in Schedule A descriptions. 

Table A. Key to Changes in Schedule A Effective January 1, 1979 





Type 

of 

change 

code 1 


TSUSA 


Comments 


Schedule 
A number 


Type 

of 

change 

code 1 


TSUSA 




Schedule 
A number 


Number 


I=Insert 
D=Delete 


Number 


I=Insert 
D=Delete 


Comments 


0565060 


C 


144.2009 
144.2015 
144.2025 


I 
D 
D 




5884330 


N 


446.1571 
446.1576 
446.1596 




Formerly 2331775 






144.2027 
144.2031 


I 
I 




5985020 


C 


4 792.3200 


D 








144.2035 


D 




6589710 


C 


5 386.0410 










144.2037 


I 








386.0839 










144.2043 


I 








386.0840 


D 








144.2045 


D 








386.0843 










144.2047 
144.2053 


I 
I 




6589730 









See 6589735 






144.2055 


D 




6589735 


N 


386.2000 




Formerly 6589 730 






144.2065 


D 








386.2500 






0981000 


C 


182.9850 
182.9888 
182.9890 


D 
I 
D 








386.3000 

386.4000 

6 386.5010 

386.5035 






2331100 


C 


446.1535 


I 








386.5040 










446.1536 


D 




6589750 


c 


389.6250 






2331500 


C 


446.1539 
446.1541 


I 
D 








389.6255 
389.6260 










446.1544 


I 




6649200 


c 


547.3700 


D 




2331775 


O 






See 5884330 






547.3720 






2482265 


N 


202.3040 


I 


Formerly part of 2483145 






547.3740 






2483145 


O 






See 2482265 and 2483152 


6716220 


c 


607.5040 
607.5042 


D 




2483152 


N 


202.4020 


I 


Formerly part of 2483145 






607.5046 






2665100 


O 






See 2665110 and 2665120 


6740155 


c 


608.8840 


D 




2665110 


N 


309.4100 


I 


Formerly part of 2665100 






608.8841 
608.8843 






2665120 


N 


2 309. 4338 


I 


Formerly part of 2665100 


6740160 


c 


608.8845 






2881051 


C 


3 603.4500 


I 








608.8847 






2890100 









See 9710080 






608.8849 
608.8865 






3343041 









See 3343045 and 3345440 






608.8868 






3343045 


N 


475.1015 


I 


Formerly part of 3343041 






608.8870 










475.1025 


I 




6750920 


c 


609.0670 






3345440 


N 


475.6510 


I 


Formerly part of 3343041 






609.0672 
609.0674 






5173130 


C 


407.8512 
407.8513 
407.8514 


I 
D 
I 








609.0770 
609.0772 
609.0774 






5173140 


C 


407.8516 
407.8517 


I 

D 








609.0870 
609.0872 
609.0874 






5173160 


c 


407.8518 
407.8519 


I 
D 




6786011 


c 


610.3920 
610.3925 


I 

D 




5514025 


c 


450.2000 
450.2010 
450.2020 
450.2040 


D 
I 
I 
I 








610.3935 
610.4220 
610.4225 
610.4235 


D 
I 
D 
D 





See footnotes at end of table. 



VI 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS— Continued 



Table A. Key to Changes in Schedule A Effective January 1. 1979— Continued 



Schedule 
A number 



678604] 



6953200 



Type 

of 

change 

code 1 



TSISA 



Number 



D=Deleto 



610.4020 
610.4025 

610.4335 



6953435 


C 


•735 
•740 




6953905 




710 


I 
I 


.30 




005 


I 

! 

1 


.20 




010 
012 
014 




7361240 




<020 




7416000 






I 
I 






. ;ooo 




7425008 




660. 

660. 


I 


7425012 


c 


660. 
660.<>710 


I 


7425020 




660. 
660. 


I 


7425030 


c 


660.9435 
660.9735 


1 


7425040 


c 


660. 

660. 


I 


7491030 


c 


680.3509 
680.3510 
680.3512 


I 


7491035 


c 


680.3513 
680.3514 
680.3517 


I 


7493005 


c 


680.4410 
680.4510 


I 
D 


7493010 


c 


680.4440 
680.4540 


I 
D 


7493022 


c 


680.4300 
680.4460 
680.4560 


I 
I 
D 


7493033 


c 


680.5200 
680.5299 
680.5400 
680.5499 


I 

D 
I 
D 


8421910 


c 


380.0910 
380.0915 
380.0920 


D 

I 
D 



Typ» 
Schc 
A nur : 






Irto 



8427035 












382.3310 
382.3311 



8437066 



382.8144 

382.8129 
382.8136 
382.8138 
382.8182 
382.8189 
382.8190 









J 












1 




1 


. 






























I 



























See footnotes at end of table. 



VII 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS— Continued 



Table A. Key to Changes in Schedule A Effective January 1, 1979— Continued 





Type 

of 

change 

code 1 


TSOSA 


Comments 


Schedule 
A number 


Type 

of 

change 

code 1 


TSUSA 


Comments 




Schedule 
A number 


Number 


I=Insert 
D=Delete 


Number 


I=Insert 
D=Delete 




437075 


C 


382.8123 
382.8178 


D 

I 




8443020 


C 


382.2400 
382.2410 


D 






437091 


C 


382.3328 
382.3329 
382.3330 
382.3332 


D 
I 
I 

I 




8443060 


C 


382.2415 

382.3327 
382.8125 
382.8180 


D 






437092 


C 


382.3328 
382.3391 
382.3396 


I 
D 

I 




8910465 


C 


728.2530 
728.2560 
728.2565 


D 






437096 


C 


382.8124 
382.8127 


D 
D 




8910980 


C 


2 309.4338 
7 773.1500 


D 










382.8131 
382.8134 
382.8140 
382.8148 


I 

D 
D 
D 




8947208 


C 


734.5610 
734.5615 
734.5620 


D 










382.8153 


D 




8947232 


C 


734.8000 












382.8157 


D 








734.8010 












382.8167 










734.8020 












382.8168 
382.8171 






8975060 









See 8975070 








382.8172 






8975070 


N 


605.2700 




Formerly 8975060 








382.8187 










605.2800 












382.8191 










644.4600 












382.8192 










647.1000 












382.8193 










656.0500 












382.8199 










656.1000 








441120 


C 


380.2743 
380.2745 
380.2750 
380.2753 
380.2755 
380.2760 


D 
D 








656.1500 
656.2000 
656.2500 
656.3000 
656.3500 
745.5000 








441170 


C 


380.2785 
380.2787 
380.2788 
380.2794 
380.2796 
380.2798 


D 
D 




8982560 
8991080 


C 

N 


725.4740 
725.4741 
725.4743 
725.4745 

726.1500 
774.2000 




Formerly 8991090 




441325 


C 


380.8431 
380.8433 
380.8435 
380.8441 
380.8443 
380.8445 


D 
D 




8991090 


O 


792.1040 
792.3000 
4 792.3200 
792.4000 
792.5000 




See 8991080 




442502 


C 


380.2400 
380.2405 
380.2410 
380.3909 
380.3915 


D 




8999720 


C 


790.6100 
790.6105 
790.6110 
790.6200 
790.6205 


D 
D 






442506 


G 


380.8428 










790.6210 












380.8429 
380.8430 


D 




9710080 


N 


605.2060 
605.7020 




Formerly 2890100 





Type of change codes are as follows: N=New Schedule A classification effective January 1979; O=0bsolete Schedule A classifi- 
ation effective January 1979; C=change in TSUSA inclusion without change in Schedule A classification effective January 1979. 
2 TSUSA 309.4338 reassigned from Schedule A 8910980. 
3 TSUSA 603.4500 reassigned from Schedule A 8975060. 
4 TSUSA 792.3200 reassigned from Schedule A 5985020. 
5 TSUSA 386.0410 reassigned from Schedule A 8428030. 
6 TSUSA 386.5010 reassigned from Schedule A 8428030. 
7 TSUSA 773.1500 reassigned from Schedule A 2665100. 



VIII 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS^Continued 



Table B Changes in Schedule A Unit ol Quantity 



A nuaber 










-^— — ^—^— 


.020 












025 












































































































































OPH. 



Table C Changes in Schedule A Classifications 






6589735 






Lunbcr, Philn 



fllaat-nt 

. f . 

I t and no. 
Condc I rem natura 

Rubber, synthetic I 
rubber-pr 

cotton, knit, pile or other, 
not ornamented, n.s.p.f. 






.:■! part* 



• 









Lb. 



Puap >an 

> ; and pa ■ 

Artie: 

^ or »old1 -ials, 

Gold dore and preclplta' 

rap 




Explanation of Statistics 



COVERAGE 

The import statistics reflect both government and non- 
government imports of merchandise from foreign countries into 
the U.S. Customs territory (includes the 50 States, the District 
of Columbia, and Puerto Rico), without regard to whether or 
not a commercial transaction is involved. In general, the 
statistics record the physical movement of merchandise into the 
United States from foreign countries, with the exception of the 
following types of transactions which are excluded from the 
statistics: 

1. Merchandise shipped in transit through the United States, 
when documented with customs as an intransit move- 
ment. 

2. Shipments between the United States and Puerto Rico, 
between the United States and the Virgin Islands, Guam, 
American Samoa, and other U.S. possessions, between 
any of these outlying areas, and imports into U.S. 
possessions from foreign countries. (Imports into Puerto 
Rico from foreign countries are included in the U.S. 
import statistics. Statistics on U.S. trade with Puerto Rico 
and with U.S. possessions are published separately in 
report FT 800. Additional data on such trade and on 
trade of the Virgin Islands with foreign countries are 
presented in reference tabulations.) 

3. U.S. merchandise returned by U.S. Armed Forces for 
their own use. 

4. Issued monetary coins of all component metals. 

5. Some other transactions not considered to be of statistical 
significance, such as personal and household effects of 
travelers, temporary imports, and low-valued nondutiable 
imports by mail. 

INCLUSION OF GOLD IN THE STATISTICS 

Effective with the statistics for January 1978, imports of 
nonmonetary gold (in such forms as ore, scrap and base bullion, 
nonmonetary refined bullion, etc.) which were previously 
excluded, are now included in the statistics. Imports of silver in 
these forms have been included since January 1969. For 
additional information regarding the inclusion of gold in the 
1978 statistics, see the Special Announcement in the January 
1978 issue of this report. 



GENERAL IMPORTS/IMPORTS FOR 
CONSUMPTION 

Imported merchandise is reported as "General Imports" and 
"Imports for Consumption." General imports (shown in this 
report) are a combination of entries for immediate consumption 
and entries into Customs bonded warehouses. With certain 



exceptions as indicated above, these data generally reflect total 
arrivals of merchandise, whether such merchandise enters 
consumption channels immediately or is entered into ware- 
houses under Customs custody to be subsequently withdrawn 
for consumption or withdrawn for exportation. The general 
import statistics, therefore, reflect merchandise entered for 
immediate consumption ("duty free" merchandise, merchandise 
on which duty is paid on arrival, and merchandise .entered into 
Customs bonded manufacturing warehouses for processing and 
subsequent export of the main product) plus merchandise 
entered into Customs bonded storage warehouses and Customs 
bonded smelting and refining warehouses. 

Imports for consumption (not shown in this report) are a 
combination of entries for immediate consumption and with- 
drawals from warehouses for consumption. With certain 
exceptions as indicated above, these data generally reflect the 
total of commodities entered into U.S. consumption channels. 
Data on imports for consumption are presented in tabulations 
which are available for reference purposes. (See the section on 
Sources of Further Information About Foreign Trade 
Statistics.) 

SOURCE OF INFORMATION 

The official U.S. import statistics are compiled by the 
Bureau of the Census from copies of the import entry and 
warehouse withdrawal forms, which importers are required by 
law to file with Customs officials. The information as to 
country of origin, net quantity, value, and commodity classifi- 
cation is verified by Customs officials on entries filed for 
transactions valued over $250, which are ordinarily subject to 
examination for Customs appraisement. The statistical copy of 
the entry is corrected if it does not accurately reflect the 
information called for by the statistical requirements. 

DATE OF IMPORTATION AND IMPORT 
MONTHLY CARRYOVER 

It is the objective of the compiling procedures to include 
shipments, insofar as practicable, in the statistics for the actual 
month of importation (or the month of withdrawal in the case 
of warehouse withdrawals for consumption). Effective with the 
January 1978 statistics, the date of importation as reported on 
the import entries is being used to determine the statistical 
month. (Prior to 1978, the date of Customs official acceptance 
of the import entry documents was used to determine the 
statistical month in which the shipments were included.) 
However, since under the Customs "immediate-delivery" 
procedures importers may file the import entry up to 10 
workdays after the date of release of the merchandise, some 
documents for merchandise imported during the last few days 
of a given month may not be received in time for inclusion in 

IX 



X 

the statistics for that month. As a result, there is a carryover, 
estimated at about 15 percent, from the actual month of 
importation to a subsequent month. In addition, processing 
problems (e.g., late filing of documents, rejection of a shipment 
by the computer because the data fail to meet certain edit 
criteria established to protect the accuracy of the statistics, etc.) 
contribute to an additional carryover of about 5 percent (in 
terms of value) of shipments from the reported month of 
importation (or withdrawal from warehouse) to a subsequent 
month, usually the succeeding month. These limitations should 
be borne in mind when making month-to-month comparisons. 
Cumulations of data over at least 4-month periods are 
desirable to identify underlying trends. Month-to-month 
changes in imports, exports, and similar series often reflect 
primarily irregular movements, e.g., exogenous events such as 
strikes, differences in monthly carryover. 

IMPORT VALUATION 

Customs Import Value 

The value of imports as appraised by the U.S. Customs 
Service in accordance with the legal requirements of Sections 
402 and 402a of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, is referred 
to as the Customs value. It may be based on the foreign market 
value, export value, constructed value, American selling price, 
etc. It generally represents a value in the foreign country and 
therefore excludes U.S. import duties, freight, insurance, and 
other charges incurred in bringing the merchandise to the 
United States. This valuation is primarily used for collection of 
import duties and frequently does not reflect the actual 
transaction value. 

In those instances where assistance was furnished to a foreign 
manufacturer for use in producing an article which is imported 
into the United States, the value of the assistance is required to 
be included in the Customs value reported for the merchandise. 
Such "assists" include both tangible and intangible assistance, 
such as, machinery, tools, dies and molds, blue prints, copy- 
rights, research and development, and engineering and consult- 
ing services, etc. Therefore, unit values for some imports, if 
derived by using the Customs value, may be substantially in- 
creased due to the inclusion of such "assists." 



FAS Import Value 

The f.a.s. value represents the transaction value of imports at 
the foreign port of exportation. It is based on the purchase 
price, i.e., the actual transaction value, and generally includes all 
charges incurred in placing the merchandise alongside the carrier 
at the port of exportation in the country of exportation. 

CIF Import Value 

The c.i.f. value represents the value of imports at the first 
port of entry in the United States. It is based on the purchase 
price and includes all freight, insurance, and other charges 
(excluding U.S. import duties) incurred in bringing the 
merchandise from the country of exportation and generally 



placing it alongside the earner at the first port of entry In the 
United States. If the merchandise was acquired in a transaction 
between related parties, the purchase price used in deriving the 
c.i.f. value is based on an arm's-length equivalent transaction 
price, i.e., a price which would exist between unrelated buyers 
and sellers. 

COMMODITY INFORMATION 

The basic import data are initially compiled in terms of the 
commodity classifications in the Tariff Schedules of the United 
States Annotated (TSUSA). which is an official publication of 
the U.S. International Trade Commission embracing the legal 
text of the Tariff Schedules of the United States together with 
statistical annotations. 

In this report, the TSUSA data are presented In terms of a 
rearranged commodity classification system-Schedule A, SITC 
Based Classification of Commodities Imported Into the United 
States, which is based upon the Standard International Trade 
Classification (SITC), Revision 2.' effective with statistics foi 
January 1978 (Prior to January 1978 Schedule A was based 
upon the former SITC. Revised.) Schedule A was constructed 
by the Bureau of the Census (1) to provide for the sumrr >. ; 
tion of data for the approximately 10,000 TSUSA classifica- 
tions into about 3.000 commodity groupings tha" 
meaningful in terms of commodities important in the US, 
import trade, and (2) to provide data m terms of the SITC 
outline that are comparable, insofar as comparison is possible, 
to the foreign trade statistics compiled by other trading nations, 

The numbering system of Schedule A is basically the same ai 
the SITC. Whenever Schedule A one-, two-, or thnM-digH 
numbers are the same as those in the SITC. it is believed that for 
most statistical purposes the commodity coverage can be 
considered essentially comparable, although the coverage is not 
always identical. Reasonable comparability for statistical 
purposes can also be expected., in most cases, when five digit 
Schedule A numbers are identical with SITC numbers. At the 
four-digit level, the retention of an SITC number in Schedule A 
indicates similarity of coverage but the degree of comparability 
may in some cases be less at the four-digit level for identical 
numbers in the two systems than at the five-digit level. When a 
non-SITC number is used as the third, fourth, or fifth digit of a 
Schedule A number, comparability of coverage with any given 
SITC classification at the same level ordinarily does not exist, 
but there usually will be comparability involving combinations 
of the affected Schedule A or SITC classifications. 

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN 

The country reported in the statistics as the country of origin 
is defined as the country where the merchandise was grown, 
mined, or manufactured. In instances where the country of 
origin cannot be determined, the transactions are credited to the 
country of shipment. 

1 United Nations Statistical Papers, Series M, No. 34/Rev. 2 



XI 



Countries and territories for which import data are compiled 
are listed in Schedule C-l, Classification of Country and Territory 
Designations for U.S. Import Statistics. The data in this report 
)re presented in terms of the first three digits of the four-digit 
numeric codes in Schedule C-l. Countries are listed in sequence 
within continents generally from north to south and west to 
;ast. Country names that are abbreviated in this report to save 
;pace are shown in full in Schedule C-l. Copies of Schedule C-l 
ire available free upon request to the Bureau of the Census. The 
chedule is also published as Annex B in Tariff Schedules of the 
Jnited States Annotated. 

For individual Schedule A commodity classifications, 
nformation for each country of origin is shown only where 
mports of the commodity from the country average $5,000 or 
nore per month, on a cumulative year-to-date f.a.s. value basis, 
rhe designation OTH CTY represents the total for countries 
rom which imports of the particular commodity averaged less 
han $5,000. The country designation UN I DENT is used to 
eflect imports from countries which could not be identified 
lecause of illegible reporting on import entries for low-valued 
hipments. 

ESTIMATED DATA FOR LOW-VALUED IMPORTS 

The import statistics include estimated data for shipments 
alued under $251 reported on both formal and informal 
ntries. (Informal entries generally contain items valued not 
lore than $250). The estimates are based on a 1-percent sample 
allowing standard practice. The estimates for shipments valued 
nder $251 are shown under commodity codes 9900000, 990.0, 
'90, and 99 and are included in the section 9 total and the total 
or U.S. imports. They are excluded from the other two-, three-, 
our-, and seven-digit commodity codes. The estimates for 
3w-valued shipments do not reflect any imports by mail of 
uty-free merchandise valued under $251, for which import 
ntries are not required to be filed. 

The statistics for commodity codes from which the low- 
alued shipments are excluded are undercounted to the extent 
hat such low-valued shipments of the particular commodity are 
lade. The total value so excluded generally amounts to less 
han 1 percent of the monthly import total. Although subject to 
onsiderable variability, particularly when the estimated 
mounts are relatively small, these estimates for low-valued 
mports may be of some interest as a rough guide to the general 
nagnitude of the effect that the exclusion of the items has on 
he commodity data for individual countries. 

The extent to which the estimates shown under commodity 
ode 9900000 might not agree with a complete tabulation of the 
hipments depends upon the number of items that fall in the 
ample. In table 2, which contains seven-digit commodity-by- 
ountry data, the number of items in the sample is shown by 
ountry under commodity code 9900000 in the net quantity 
olumns. The number in sample can be used in conjunction with 
he table.shown in the column to the right, to obtain an approxi- 
late estimate of the sampling variability on a 2-times-out-of-3 
iasis. 



If the number of 

items indicated from 

the sample is— 





1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 . .■ 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30-34 . . . 
35-39 . . . 
40-49 . . . 
50-59 . . . 
60-69 . . . 
70-79 . . . 
80-89 . . . 
90-99 . . . 
100-124 . 
125-149 . 
150-174 . 
175-199 . 
200-249 . 
250-299 . 
300-399 . 
400-499 . 
500-699 2 



Then the chances are better than 
2 out of 3 that a complete tabu- 
lation would have resulted in a 
value figure between— 



The specified 

estimate 
reduced by 1 — 





11,000 

17,000 

22,100 

26,300 

29,700 

33,100 

35,950 

38,600 

41,100 

43,200 

45,100 

47,700 

49,800 

51,740 

53,500 

55,200 

57,000 

58,900 

60,500 

62,100 

63,670 

65,200 

66,000 

67,200 

68,600 

70,500 

72,200 

73,800 

75,100 

78,750 

84,000 

92,400 

103,500 

1 1 3,800 

121,700 

130,500 

137,250 

148,300 

162,000 

176,100 

187,000 

212,800 

236,000 

269,500 

308,500 

344,000 



And the speci- 
fied estimate 
increased by— 



28,060 

35,000 

40,500 

44,200 

47,100 

-50,600 

53,600 

56,110 

58,600 

60,800 

63,100 

65,100 

67,000 

69,100 

70,900 

72,700 

74,400 

76,000 

77,600 

79,100 

80,750 

82,320 

83,650 

85,200 

86,800 

88,400 

90,000 

91,300 

92,600 

93,800 

98,100 

105,750 

116,800 

129,750 

140,500 

149.700 

158,200 

165,400 

175,500 

187,600 

199,000 

21 1 ,000 

229,500 

252,000 

285,000 

325,500 

359,000 



'The actual value of shipments cannot be less than 1/100 of the 
estimated amount shown in the report. Figures in this column can be 
ignored if use of them for a particular total would bring the lower limit 
below 1 /1 00 of the estimate. 

2 If the number of items in the sample is greater than 699, sampling 
variability for the estimates of the low-valued shipments will generally be 
less than 9 percent. 



XII 



The following will illustrate the use of the table: 

Suppose an estimated value of S310,800 is based on 45 items in 
the sample. Referring to the line 40-49, one notes the values 
$92,400 and $116,800. This means that the chances are better 
than 2 out of 3 that a complete tabulation would have resulted 
in a figure between $218,400 (S31 0,800 reduced by S92.400) 
and $427,600 ($310,800 increased by S1 16,800). Should a user 
desire to combine two or more figures that are estimated values 
or include estimated values, the variability of the combined 
total can be determined by merely adding the sample size for 
each estimated value and then referring to the line on the 
reliability table applicable to the combined sample size. 



SOURCES OF ERROR IN THE STATISTICS 

Monthly import figures are subject to the possibility of errors 
which may arise from various sources. Among these are errors in 
the reporting and/or processing of information as to commodity 
classification, net quantity, value and other statistical factors, 
month of inclusion (see the preceding explanation regarding 
Date of Importation and Import Monthly Carryover), and errors 
which may result from the sampling of shipments valued under 
$251. (See the explanation regarding Estimated Data for 
Low-Valued Imports.) As indicated under Source of Informa- 
tion, the information as to net quantity, value, commodity 
classification, and country of origin is verified by Customs 
officials on entries filed for transactions valued over $250 which 
are ordinarily subject to examination for Customs appraisement 
purposes, thus considerably reducing the possibility of error. In 
addition, the procedures used to compile the statistics include 
clerical and computer processing checks designed to protect the 
accuracy of the statistics to the fullest practicable extent. 

REVISIONS TO THE STATISTICS 

Under the revision policy adopted effective with the 1977 
statistics, revisions to the statistics will be made once a year. 
Revisions will be issued with the June reports, showing 
corrections to the monthly statistics for the prior year. 
Therefore, revisions to the 1979 statistics will be released with 
the June 1980 reports. This is a change from the policy 
previously in effect under which corrections to data for the 
prior year were issued with the June statistics, while revisions to 
monthly statistics for the current year (generally encompassing 
corrections for the first three quarters of the year) were released 
with the December statistics. 



SOURCES OF FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT 
FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS 

Summary statistics for both exports and imports are 
published in report FT900, Summary of U.S. Export and Import 



Merchandise Trade, and report FT 990, Highlights of US Ex- 
port and Import Trade. More detailed data are available m 
reference tabulations (see below). Information regarding addi- 
tional sources of foreign trade data is furnished in the Guide to 
Foreign Trade Statistics. The Guide contains an explanation of 
the coverage of the statistics and provides sample illustrations of 
the content and general arrangement of the data present, 
individual foreign trade reports and tabulations. 

Supplementary information and explanations of interest t 
users of foreign trade statistics (such as notices of changes i 
types of shipments covered by current statistics, unusu 
shipments, problems of valuation and classification, and 
in statistical procedures) are included as special announcemen 
in current issues of the statistical publications. Report 
providing additional detail compiled but not published may 
obtained on a cost basis. 

Copies of foreign trade reports and tabulations are availabl 
for public reference use at the reference locations listed belov 
at various other Department of Commerce field offices, and « 
some U.S. Customs Service offices Sin. tntmtion c 

foreign trade material vanes among off '<'gardir 

the availability of particular types of ould be 

individual offices or directed to the Bureau of the Censu 
Washington. DC 20233 



Some of the principal reference locations for foreign tr« 

statistics a 

Trade Information Branch 

Foreign Trade Division, Bureau of the Census 

Room 2231, Federal Office Building U 3 

Washington. DC 20233 

(Located at Suitland, Md.) 

U.S. Trade Reference Room 
Industry and Trade Administration 
Room 2314, Commerce Building 
Washington, D.C. 20230 

Department of Commerce Field Office 
37th Floor, Federal Office Building 
26 Federal Plaza, Foley Square 
New York, N.Y. 10007 

Department of Commerce Field Office 
11777 San Vincente Boulevard 
Los Angeles, Calif. 90049 

Department of Commerce Field Office 
Federal Building, P.O. Box 36013 
450 Golden Gate Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 94102 

Department of Commerce Field Office 
Room 432, International Trade Mart 
Number 2 Canal Street 
New Orleans, La. 70130 






ABBREVIATIONS FOR UNITS OF QUANTITY 



xni 



Abbreviation 


Description 


Abbreviation 


Description 


)Z 


Avoirdupois ounce 


LFT 


Linear foot 


5L 


Barrel 


LTN 


Long ton (2,240 pounds) 


J 


Bushel 


M 


Thousand (1,000) 






MBF 


M (1,000) board feet 


lR 


Carat 


MC 


Millicurie 






MFT 


M (1,000) feet 


vj, 


Cubic foot 


MLF 


M (1,000) linear feet 


,B 


Content pound 


MSF 


M (1,000) square feet 






NO 


Number 


JR. 


Curie 


PC(s) 


Piece (s) 


rr 


Hundredweight (100 pounds) 


PFG 


Proof gallon 






PK 


Pack 


)Z 


Dozen 


PR 


Pair 


>C 


Dozen pieces 


SFT 


Square foot 


>R 


Dozen pair 


SQ 


Squares 




Foot 






iL 


Gallon 


STN 


Short ton (2,000 lb. ) 


,B 


Gross pound 






t 


Gross 


SYD 


Square yard 


IM 


Gram 


TOZ 


Troy ounce 


J 


Pound 


YD 


Yard 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-1 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than S251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 



Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F 


a. s. 


value 




C 


.l.f. 


value 


Divi- 




Sub- 


Current 


Cumulative, 


Current 


Cumulati 


ve, 


Current 


Cumulative, 


sion 


Group 


group 




month 


January 
to date 


montl 


l 


January 
to date 


month 




January 
to date 










15 932 655 


15 932 655 


15 846 


295 


15 846 


295 


16 872 


617 


16 872 617 










1 277 229 


1 277 229 


1 278 


347 


1 278 


347 


1 379 


165 


1 379 165 


00 


001 






37 123 


37 123 


37 


363 


37 


363 


37 


735 


37 735 






001.1 




25 775 


25 775 


25 


972 


25 


972 


25 


972 


25 972 






001.2 




64 


64 




65 




65 




65 


65 






001.3 
001.4 




4-071 


4 071 


4 


112 


4 


112 


4 


112 


4 112 




CHICKENS/ DUCKS, GEESE/ TURKEYS, B08WHITE 










QUAIL/ ETC, LIVE, AND GAME ANIMALS (STOCKING) . 


226 


226 




227 




227 




228 


226 






001.5 


HORSES/ ASSES, MULES, AND BURROS* LIVE, NSPF , . 


6 983 


6 983 


6 


984 


6 


984 


7 


355 


7 355 






001.9 


ANIMALS, LIVE, NSPF, OF A KIND CHIEFLY USED FOR 




























1 
208 532 


1 
208 532 


208 


1 
843 


208 


1 
843 


228 


1 
339 


1 


01 




228 339 




on 


011.1 


MEAT/ FRESH, CHILLED/ OR FROZEN 

BEEF AND VEAL (EXCEPT OFFALS), FRESH, CHILLED 


152 399 


152 399 


152 


468 


152 


468 


168 


673 


168 673 






011.2 




140 296 


140 296 


140 


313 


140 


313 


155 


437 


155 437 




SHEEP AND GOAT MEAT (EXCEPT OFFALS), FRE-SH, 












3 918 


3 918 


3 


926 


3 


926 


4 


802 


4 802 






011.3 


PORK (EXCEPT OFFALS), FRESH, CHILLED OR 
























011.5 




6 622 


6 622 


6 


672 


6 


672 


6 


679 


6 679 




HORSEMEAT, FRESH OR FROZEN, NOT IN CONTAINERS 










WEIGHING WITH THEIR CONTENTS UNDER 10 POUNDS 
























011.6 




" 


" 




- 




™ 




■ 


• 




OFFALS OF ALL ANIMALS (EXCEPT BIRDS), EDIBLE, 












435 


435 




434 




434 




469 


469 






011.9 


MEAT AND EDIBLE OFFALS, FRESH, CHILLED, OR 




























1 125 


1 125 


1 


121 


1 


121 


1 


284 


1 284 




013 


013.0 


PORK, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NOT IN AIRTIGHT 






















014 






345 


345 




346 




346 




364 


364 




MEAT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS, NSPF, AND MEAT 










PREPARATIONS, WHETHER OR NOT IN AIRTIGHT 
























014.1 




55 787 
98 


55 787 
98 


56 


028 
98 


56 


028 
98 


59 


302 
101 


59 302 






101 






014.2 
014.8 




1 373 


1 373 


1 


376 


1 


376 


1 


433 


1 433 




MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS, PREPARED OR 












54 316 
15 583 


54 316 
15 583 


54 
15 


553 
715 


54 
15 


553 
715 


57 
17 


766 

527 


57 766 


02 




17 527 




022 


022.3 


MILK AND CREAM, FLUID, FRESH OR SOUR, 
CONTAINING NOT OVER 45X BUTTERFAT; AND FLUID 


1 099 


1 099 


1 


100 


1 


100 


1 


407 


1 407 








WHEY, YOGHURT, AND OTHER FERMENTED MILK . . . 


859 


859 




859 




859 


1 


111 


1 111 






022.4 


MILK AND CREAM, EVAPORATED, CONDENSED OR 




























240 


240 




240 




240 




295 


295 




023 


023.0 


BUTTER AND FRESH OR SOUR CREAM CONTAINING OVER 






















024 


024.0 




59 
14 158 


59 

14 158 


14 


59 

287 


14 


59 
287 


15 


64 
776 


64 






15 776 




025 


025.0 


EGGS/ BIRDS'; AND BIRD EGG ALBUMEN AND YOLKS . . 


265 


265 




268 




268 




279 


279 


03 








163 309 


163 309 


163 


333 


163 


333 


173 


348 


173 348 




034 


034.0 


FISH/ FRESH (LIVE OR DEAD)/ CHILLED OR FROZEN. . 


77 786 


77 786 


77 


853 


77 


853 


84 


629 


84 629 




035 


035.0 


FISH/ DRIED, SALTED OR IN BRINE; SMOKED FISH 
(WHETHER OR NOT COOKED BEFORE OR DURING THE 




























6 307 


6 307 


6 


386 


6 


386 


6 


482 


6 482 




036 


036.0 


CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS, WHETHER IN SHELL OR 
NOT/ FRESH (LIVE OR DEAD), CHILLED, FROZEN, 
SALTED, IN BRINE OR DRIED; CRUSTACEANS, IN 




























55 659 


55 659 


55 


556 


55 


556 


57 


232 


57 232 




037 




FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS, PREPARED OR 
























037.1 




23 555 


23 555 


23 


537 


23 


537 


25 


004 


25 004 




FISH, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NSPF, 










(INCLUDING CAVIAR AND CAVIAR SUBSTITUTES) . . 


14 426 


14 426 


14 


412 


14 


412 


15 


332 


15 332 






037.2 


CRUSTACEANS AND MOLLUSCS, PREPARED OR 




























9 129 


9 129 


9 


125 


9 


125 


9 


671 


9 671 


04 


CEREALS AND CEREAL PREPARATIONS; AND PREPARATIONS 












13 841 


13 841 


13 


876 


13 


876 


15 


081 


15 081 




041 


041.0 


WHEAT, (INCLUDING SPELT OR MESLIN), UNMILLED . . 


- 


- 




. 




- 




- 


- 




042 




RICE/ ROUGH, BROWN, MILLED/ GLAZED OR POLISHED . 


48 


48 




48 




48 




55 


55 






042.1 


RICE/ PADDY OR ROUGH/ BROWN, HULLS REMOVED . . 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


- 






042.2 


RICE/ MILLED OR BROKEN, INCLUDING PATNA. . . . 


48 


48 




48 




48 




55 


55 




043 
044 
045 


043.0 
044.0 

045.1 
045.2 
045.9 




2 029 

1 454 

265 

1 

119 

143 


2 029 

1 454 

265 

1 

119 

143 


2 
1 


149 
455 
276 
1 
128 
146 


2 

1 


149 
455 
276 
1 
128 
146 


2 
1 


241 
712 
288 
1 
128 
157 


2 241 






1 712 






288 






1 






128 






157 




048 




CEREAL PREPARATIONS AND PREPARATIONS OF FLOUR, 
























048.2 
048.3 




10 043 
1 037 


10 043 
1 037 


9 
1 


946 
091 


9 
1 


946 
091 


10 

1 


783 
138 


10 783 






1 138 




MACARONI/ SPAGHETTI/ NOODLES/ VERMICELLI/ AND 








048.4 




2 425 
5 969 


2 425 
5 969 


2 
5 


445 
794 


2 

5 


445 
794 


2 
6 


745 
234 


2 745 






6 234 






048.5 


CEREAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND PREPARATIONS 




























414 


414 




416 




416 




440 


1 440 



1-2 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 



(In thousand! ol dollars. See "Explanation ol Statiitici" lor information on co.at/jt data o' 

an shown only under Schedule A tubejioup 390 ( 



Jem ol ertoi m »t elm. Stu p w a rtutt \m#<mUi\ 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



Croup 



05 



048 



05<* 



056 



057 



06 



07 



Sub- 
group 



058 



061 



062 



071 

072 



073 



074 
075 



081 






Coamodlty doecrlption 



048.7 



054.1 
054.2 
054.3 

054.4 
054.7 



054.8 

056.2 
056.4 
056.5 

057.1 

057.2 
057.3 
057.4 
057.5 
057.6 
057.7 

057.9 

058.2 

058.3 

058.5 
058.7 

058.8 



061.3 
061.5 
061.6 
061.9 
062.0 



071.1 
071.2 

072.1 
072.2 

072.3 
073.0 

074.0 

075.1 
075.2 



081.1 
081.2 

081.3 

:;:.- 

081.9 



CEREAL PREPARATIONS AND PREP- 
STARCH, OR HALT EXTRACT— CONTINUED 
FL0uR# HEAL, AND GROATS OF CERE- . THER 
CEREAL PREPARATIONS OBTAINED BY PEAK. 

ETC.; halt extract , 



VEGETABLES AND FRUITS 

VEGETABLES, FRESH, ChI^lEO/ FROZ: 
TEMPORARY PRESERVATIVE; AND DRIED LF 

VEGETABLES, ROOTS, AND TuBERS 

POTATOES. 1HITE, FRESH 

VEGETABLES, LEGtjHINC'-!. 

VEGETABLES, NSPF, FRESH, CHILLED/ FP 

OR DRIEC 

TOHATOES, FRESH, C m :.LED» OR FROZE* 

VEGETABLES PROVT | 
IN SULPHUR HATER OR Is OTHER PRESERv- 
SOLUTIONS, BUT NOT SPECIALLY PREPARE- 

IHMEDIATE CONSUMPTION 

VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, ROOTS AND * : Sh 

or dried, nspf 

vegetables, roots and tubers, prepareo or 

preserved, nspf 

vegetables, demyorated; and f L : 

of fruhs and vegetables 

arro»root, ca! id sago flours i 

starches 

vegetables, prepareo or preserved, nspf. . . 

FRUITS ".: NUTS (NOT INCl^:. .TS), 

FRESH OR DRIED 

ORANGES, MANDARINS, CLEMENTINES ANO 
SIMILAR CITRUS HvBRK . . R ORIED. . . 

CITRUS FRUITS, '.SPF, FRESH OR DRIED 

BANANAS AND * H OR OR I E: . . . . 

APPLES, FRESH 

GRAPES, FRESH OR DRIED 

FIGS, FRESH OR DRIED 

EDIBLE NUTS iExCl JSED FOR 

the extracting of oil), fresh or drie: . . . 

fruit, fresh or " - 

fruits and nuts, prepared or preserve: .... 
fruit, fruit peel, nuts, and parts of plants/ 

candied, crystallized/ or glaze: 

fruit jams, jellies, marmalades, pastes, 

pulps, purees, and butters 

fruit and vegetable juices, ... 
fruit temporarily preserved; and fruit peel, 

fresh, frozen, dried, or temporarily 

preserved 

fruits and nuts, prepared or preserved, nspf 



sugar, sugar preparations, and honey 

Sugar, sirups, molasses, a-.d honey 

sugar, cane or beet, ra« or refined 

molasses 

honey, natural 

sugar and sirups, nspf 

Sugar confectionery not containing cocoa; and 
flavored or blended sugars, sirups, and 

MOL*SSES 

COFFEE/ COCOA, TEA, SPICES/ AND MANUFACTURES 

THEREOF 

COFFEE 

COFFEE, COFFEE SUBSTITUTES, AND MIXTURES . . 
COFFEE EXTRACTS, ESSENCES, AND CONCENTRATES. 

COCOA 

COCOA BEANS 

COCOA PObDER, UNSWEETENED; AND COCOA CAKE 

REDUCIBLE TO COCOA POKDER 

COCOA BUTTER AND COCOA PASTE 

CHOCOLATE AND OTHER FOOD PREPARATIONS CONTAIN- 
ING COCOA OR CHOCOLATE/ NSPF 

TEA AND MATE, CRUDE OR PREPARED 

SPICES 

pepper and pimento 

spices, excluding pepper and pimento .... 



FEEDING STUFF FOR ANIMALS, EXCLUDING UNMILLED 
CEREALS 

HAY AND FODDER, GREEN OR DRY 

BY-PRODUCTS OF CEREAL GRAINS AND LEGUMINOUS 
VEGETABLES 

OILSEED CAKE AND MEAL, NSPF 

MEAT MEAL (INCLUDING TANKAGE)/ AND FISH MEAL, 

UNFIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION 

FOOD HASTES AND PREPARED ANIMAL FEEDS, NSPF. , 














52 


001 
577 


26 


655 






6 




27 


237 


2 


639 


23 





303 
35 166 

1 766 
3 969 

12 303 

2 373 
41 001 






679 
870 



535 


686 


3*3 


609 




121 


29 


488 


158 


611 


102 


982 


25 


415 


30 


213 


4 


901 


11 


621 


17 


042 


7 


960 


9 


082 


11 


469 


1 


312 


1 


505 




118 


4 


597 


3 


935 



1 766; 
460 






79 




72 








7 










670 


7 


017 


535 


-.---. 


:-i 


609 




121 


29 


«se 


158 




102 




25 


-.: 


30 




- 


B01 


11 


621 


17 


:-i 


7 


960 


9 


062 


11 


469 


1 


312 


1 


z'-i 




118 


4 


597 


3 


935 







1»9 




20« 903 




■ 
1 001 












6 624 








2 639 




23 196 









205 50« 
29 l9ji 



1 















2 396. 



79 573 

7 2601 
676 



6 737| 






■oat* 






■ 
29 198 



- 

65 706 
460 

• 

79 573 

676, 
693 



6 737 



- 
Jar 






29 961 



466 
6 99J 

• 

25 600 

62 6T« 

i :es 

h6 354 

519 
2 691 



20 012 
66 922 

6 940 
706 
696 



7 505< 



535 573 

314 078 
29 488 

158 564 
102 991 


535 

.'-: 

29 
158 

102 




561 

»7 090 
325 658 

106 180 


25 377 

30 195 


25 
30 




26 067 


4 608 

17 194 
7 961 
9 232 


- 
11 
17 

7 
9 


961 
232 


5 153 

18 659 

8 783 

9 876 


11 645 
1 361 


11 
1 


361 


12 564 
1 530 


1 675 
122 


1 


675 
122 


. 741 

131 


4 623 
4 061 


4 

- 


623 
061 





• 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-3 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f .a.s. r and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups} 



Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F.a.s. 


value 


c 


.i.f. 


value 


Divi- 
sion 


Group 


Sub- 
group 


Current 
month 


Cumulative , 
January 
to date 


Current 
month 


Cumulative, 
January 
to date 


Current 
month 


Cumulative, 
January 
to date 


09 


091 
098 

111 
112 

121 
122 

211 

212 
222 

223 

224 

232 

233 

244 
246 


091.0 

098.0 
098.1 

111.0 

112.1 
112.2 
112.3 
112.4 

121.3 

121.4 

122.1 
122.2 
122.3 

211.1 

211.2 

211.4 
211.6 

211.7 
211.9 
212.0 

222.1 
222.2 
222.3 

223.1 
223.2 
223.4 
223.5 
224.0 

232.0 

233.1 
233.2 

244.0 
246.0 


SECTION 0— FOOD AND LIVE ANIMALS— CONTINUED 
MARGARINE, SHORTENING, AND OTHER PREPARED 


6 

6 
3 

3 

204 

150 

4 

145 

46 

1 

21 

75 

54 
50 
6 
43 
3 
1 
1 

793 

27 
9 
1 

1 

5 

18 
5 

4 

96 

81 

14 
14 

216 
2 


949 

949 

438 

511 

606 

433 
812 
621 
978 
244 
580 
817 

172 

530 
898 
632 
641 
860 
153 

628 

166 

478 

182 

313 

77 
062 

111 

649 

967 
295 

049 

46 
46 

831 
831 

171 

227 

353 

873 
773 

100 

660 
282 

119 


6 949 

6 949 
3 438 

3 511 

204 606 

150 433 

4 812 
145 621 

46 978 

1 244 

21 580 

75 817 

54 172 

50 530 

6 898 

43 632 

3 641 
1 860 
1 153 

628 

793 166 

27 478 
9 182 
1 313 

77 

1 062 

HI 

5 649 

967 

18 295 

5 049 

46 
46 

831 
831 

4 171 

96 227 

81 353 

14 873 
14 773 

100 

216 660 
282 

2 119 


6 721 

6 721 
3 185 

3 535 

204 753 

150 608 

4 811 
145 797 

46 956 

1 244 

21 701 

75 895 

54 144 

50 520 

6 888 

43 632 

3 623 
1 860 
1 133 

629 

812 711 

27 502 
9 207 
1 327 

78 

1 062 

HI 

5 650 

976 
18 295 

5 098 

46 
46 

855 
855 

4 195 

95 783 

81 226 

14 556 
14 454 

101 

230 347 
282 

2 231 


6 721 

6 721 
3 185 

3 535 

204 753 

150 608 

4 811 
145 797 

46 956 

1 244 

21 701 

75 895 

54 144 

50 520 

6 888 

43 632 

3 623 
1 860 
1 133 

629 

812 711 

27 502 
9 207 
1 327 

78 

1 062 

111 

5 650 

976 

18 295 

5 098 

46 
46 

855 
855 

4 195 

95 783 
81 226 

14 556 

14 454 

101 

230 347 
282 

2 231 


7 

7 
3 

3 

224 

167 

6 

160 

53 

1 

25 

80 

56 
53 

7 
45 
3 
1 
1 

869 

28 
9 
1 

1 

5 

1 
18 

5 

4 

102 

87 

15 
15 

240 

2 


511 

511 
529 

981 

019 

103 
563 
539 
501 
519 
348 
170 

916 
056 
652 
403 
860 
948 
246 

664 

674 

098 

592 

335 

78 
110 

123 

909 

034 
505 

244 

52 

52 

855 
855 

336 

759 

411 

348 
213 

134 

669 
487 

463 


7 511 


11 


HOMOGENIZED COMPOSITE FOOD PREPARATIONS; 
EDIBLE PREPARATIONS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN, NSPF; 


7 511 
3 529 

3 981 

224 019 
167 103 






6 563 

160 539 

53 501 

1 519 
25 348 


12 


TOBACCO, UNMANUFACTURED, EXCLUDING SCRAP . . . 


80 170 

56 916 
53 056 

7 652 
45 403 

3 860 






1 948 






1 246 




MANUFACTURING TOBACCO, NSPF, INCLUDING 
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO AND SNUFF . . . . 

SECTION 2— CRUDE MATERIALS, INEDIBLE, EXCEPT 


664 
869 674 


21 


HIDES, SKINS, AND FuRSKINS, UNDRESSED, RAW OR 


28 098 




HIDES AND SKINS (EXCEPT FURSKINS), UNDRESSED, 


9 592 




HIDES, BUFFALO, CATTLE AND EQUINE, RAW OR 


1 335 




SKINS, CALF AND KIP, WHOLE, UNDRESSED, RAW 


78 




SKINS, GOAT AND KID, UNDRESSED, RAW OR CURED . 
SKINS, SHEEP AND LAMB, WHOLE, UNDRESSED, RAW 
OR CURED, WOOL ON, EXCEPT PERSIAN, CARACUL, 


1 110 
123 




SKINS, SHEEP AND LAMB, WITHOUT WOOL, 
HIDES AND SKINS, NSPF, UNDRESSED, RAW OR 


5 909 

1 034 






18 505 


22 


OIL SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUIT, NSPF, USED 
FOR EXTRACTION OF SOFT FIXED VEGETABLE OILS 
(EXCLUDING FLOURS AND MEALS), WHOLE OR BROKEN . 


5 244 

52 
52 












_ 




OIL SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUIT, NSPF, USED 
FOR EXTRACTION OF OTHER FIXED VEGETABLE OILS 
(INCLUDING NON-DEFATTED FLOURS AND MEALS OF 

OIL SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUIT, NSPF, 
INCLUDING SUNFLOWER, SESAME, RAPE AND COLZA 


855 
855 

4 336 


23 


rubber, crude, including synthetic, reclaimed and 

natural rubber latex; natural rubber and similar 

rubber latex* synthetic; synthetic rubber and 

rubber latex, synthetic; and synthetic rubber, 
rubber, reclaimed; waste and scrap rubber for 


102 759 

87 411 

15 348 
15 213 

134 


24 


PULPWOOD, WOOD STICKS, CHIPS (EXCEPT WASTE), 
BLOCKS, BLANKS, ETC., EXCEPT GUNSTOCK, CHIP 


240 669 
487 

2 463 



1-4 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities -Continued 

(ln*ou»ndiofdolliaS<*"EKpl«nitionofSuii«iu"IOMnfomi!iononurvtr»9t. din ol .mportmon. dtdmttom ol C: v . j u «. «id wiim ol mot » tht del* Submenu veiled leal than 1741 

tti tfiown only undtr SchtduW A ubpoup 390 »nd titioovd liom ill ollwi ejboraupi) 



Commodity code 



24 



25 



26 



27 



217 



2KB 



21*9 
251 



261 

262 
263 

265 

266 
267 

268 



269 



271 



273 



Sub- 
group 



247.1 
2*7.2 
217.9 



248.1 
248.2 

218.3 

219.0 

251.1 

251.2 

251.6 
251.7 
251.8 
251.9 



261.3 
261.1 



262.0 



263.1 
263.2 
263.5 



265.1 
265.2 
265.1 

265.5 



266.5 
266.7 



267.2 
267.3 



268.1 

268.2 

268.3 

268.5 

268.6 
268.7 

269.0 



271.2 
271.3 
271.1 

273.1 



273.2 



Conodlty description 



WOOD AND CORK — CONTINUED 

WOOD IN THE ROUGH, SPLIT/ HEWN/ OR ROUGHLY 

SIDED OR SQUARED 

LOGS AND TIMBERS, SOFTWOOD/ EXCEPT PULPwOOO. . 
LOGS AND TIMBERS, HARDWOOD/ EXCEPT PULPwOOO. . 
TIMBER, POLES, PILING, POSTS/ AND OTHER WOOD 
IN THE ROUGH, SPLIT, HEWN, OR ROUGHLY SIOED 

OR SQUARED, NSPF 

WOOD/ SHAPED OR SIMPLY WORKED 

RAILROAD TIES, WOOD, EXCEPT BRIDGE AND SWITCH. 
LUMBER. SOFTWOOD/ ROUGH-SAWED OR SURFACE- 
WORKED 

LUMBER, HARDWOOD/ ROUGH-SAWED OR SuRFACE- 
WORKED 

fuel wood, wood charcoal/ ano rood waste .... 

pulp and waste paper 

paper/ waste and scrap; paperboard products 

FOR REMANUFACTURE; AND FlAX AND HEMP FIBERS 
FOR PAPERMAKING 

WOOD PULP/ MECHANICAL/ EXCEPT DEF18RATED ANO 
EXPLODING WOOD PULP and screenings 

wood pulp/ chemical, dissolving grades 

wood pulp, sulphate or soda, except screenings . 

w000 pulp/ sulphite, except screenings 

pulp, cellulosic, nspf, including screenings . . 

textile fibers (except wool tops) and their aas'es 

not manufactured into yarn or fabric 

Raw silk, including cocoons and wastes 

p x m <: t iK 

SILK COCOONS SuiTABLE'FOP'REELING'AND'siLK 

wastes 

vegetable textile fibers and their wastes, 
except cotton, ramie, flax, true hemp, sisal, 
and abaca 

cotton and cotton wastes 

raw cotton, other than llnters 

COTTON LlNTERS 

COTTON WASTES; AND FIBERS OF COTTON CARDED OR 

COMBED 

TEXTILE FIBERS AND WASTES OF RAMIE, FLAX/ TRUE 

HEMP, SISAL, HENEOuEN, AND ABACA 

RAMIE AND FLAX FIBERS AND WASTES 

TRUE HEMP FIBERS AND WASTES 

SISAL, HENEOUEN, AND OTHER AGAVE FAMILY FIBERS 

AND THEIR WASTES 

ABACA FIBERS AND WASTES 

NONCELLULOSIC FIBERS/ NONCONTINuOUSj ANO MANMADE 

FIBERS CARDED OR COMBED 

NONCELLULOSIC FIBERS/ NONCONTINUOUS, NOT 

CARDED OR COMBEO 

MANMADE FIBERS, CARDED OR COMBED 

CELLULOSIC FIBERS, NONCONTINUOUS; AND WASTES OF 

MANMADE FIBERS 

WASTE AND ADVANCED WASTE OF MANMADE FIBERS . . 
CELLULOSIC FIBERS, NONCONTINUOUS, NOT CARDED 

OR COMBED 

WOOL AND OTHER ANIMAL HAIR/ EXCLUDING WOOL TOPS. 
SHEEP AND LAMB'S WOOL/ IN THE GREASE/ NOT 

CARDED OR COMBED 

SHEEP AND LAMB'S WOOL/ SCOURED OR CARBONIZED/ 

NOT CARDED OR COMBED 

FINE ANIMAL HAIR/ EXCEPT ON THE SKIN, NOT 

CARDED OR COMBED 

ANIMAL HAIR, NSPF (INCLUDING HORSEHAIR), NOT 

CARDED OR COMBED 

WASTE OF WOOL OR OTHER ANIMAL HAIR 

WOOL OR OTHER ANIMAL HAIR, CARDED OR COMBED, 

EXCEPT WOOL TOPS 

WASTE MATERIALS FROM TEXTILE FABRICS, INCLUDING 
RAGS 

crude fertilizers and crude minerals, excluding 

coal, petroleum, and precious stone 

fertilizers, crude 

sodium nitrate 

phosphates/ crude, and apatite 

potassium nitrate, crude 

stone, sand, and gravel 

building and monumental stone not further 
worked than roughly split/ roughly squared 

or squared by sawing 

plaster rock or gypsum and gypsum cement; 
limestone/ crude, not suitable for use as 
paving, monumental or building stone 



Cuatoms value 



Current 
Month 



3 176 

2 300 

187 



688 

210 689 

115 

192 251 

18 323 

390 

103 359 



1 277 

1 306 

5 736 

83 261 

10 292 

1 185 



22 599 

1 076 
760 

315 



763 

279 

17 

237 

21 

1 521 
261 

26 

737 
176 

2 787 

2 608 
179 

972 

37.4 

598 
H 536 

5 360 

3 799 
1 109 

535 

3 730 

1 
658 



17 325 
3 629 

1 566 

2 063 

2 896 



191 

2 219 



CUaulatlve 

January 
to date 



3 176 

2 300 

167 



666 

210 689 
115 

192 251 

16 323 

390 

103 359 



1 2^7 

1 306 

5 736 

63 261 

10 292 

i «es 



22 599 

1 0'6 
760 

315 



763 

279 

17 

237 

1 521 
281 

26 

737 

u76 

2 787 

2 606 

179 

972 

37* 

596 
H 536 

5 360 

3 799 
1 109 

535 

3 730 

1 
658 



17 325 

3 629 

1 566 

2 063 

2 896 



1«1 
2 219 



Current 
aonlh 



3 261 

2 311 
193 



753 

206 636 

16 100 
110 

106 107 



■' 
5 624 

67 606 

10 730 

1 417 



22 66« 

I 075 

760 

315 



279 
237 

1 524 
281 

26 

737 

2 779 

2 599 
179 

996 
360 

616 
H 576 

5 106 

3 792 

1 109 

535 
3 731 

1 

661 



18 567 

3 633 

1 566 

2 066 

2 976 



199 
2 237 



January 



3 261 

19J 



75J 

. - .■ . 

123 

205 636 

16 400 
410 



■ ii". 



Current 



106 007 109 131 



i 3J^ 

5 62* 
67 606 
10 730 



■ 

1 07S 

760 



•:;» 



764 

• 

17 

26 

1 524 
261 

26 

737 
-76. 

2 779 

2 599 

179 

996 
360 

616 

5 406 

3 792 

1 109 

535 

3 731 

1 

664 



18 567 

3 633 

1 566 

2 066 

2 976 



199 
2 237 



3 3*8 

2 356 

216 



775 
233 92* 

12* 

212 626 



1 521 

1 332 

6 197 

87 713 

10 695 

1 *7l 



25 021 

1 124 
769 

335 



1 037 

20 

265 

31 

1 636 

299 
26 

9*6 
563 

3 066 

2 661 
207 

1 092 
621 

665 

15 712 

5 627 

4 151 

1 153 

572 
4 007 

1 
607 



56 067 

1 186 

1 726 

2 459 

1 937 



234 
! --- 



IVlBlUtlX 

January 
to date 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-5 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, fa. s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 



Commodi ty code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F. 


a. s. 


value 


c 


i.f . 


value 


Divi- 
sion 


Group 


Sub- 
group 


Current 
month 


Cumulative, 
January 
to date 


Current 
month 


Cumulative, 
January 
to date 


Current 
month 


Cumulative, 
January 
to date 




273 


273.3 


STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL—CONTINUED 

SAND, CRUDE OR MANUFACTURED (EXCEPT METAL 


























273.4 






26 

458 




26 

458 




27 

512 


27 

512 




37 
781 


37 




CRUSHED OR BROKEN STONE, EXCEPT GRAVEL .... 


781 




274 


274.2 






3 




3 




3 


3 




4 


4 




277 




NATURAL ABRASIVES, CRUDE OR PROCESSED, INCLUD- 




























ING INDUSTRIAL DIAMONDS, NATURAL OR SYNTHETIC . 


8 


756 


8 


756 


8 


756 


8 756 


8 


834 


8 834 






277.1 




7 


581 


7 


581 


7 


580 


7 580 


7 


609 


7 609 






277.2 


NATURAL ABRASIVES, NSPF, INCLUDING NATURAL 
























278 






1 
32 


175 
039 


1 
32 


175 

039 


1 
33 


175 
217 


1 175 
33 217 


1 
38 


225 
124 


1 225 






38 124 






278.2 


CLAY, GRAPHITE, AND OTHER REFRACTORY MINERALS, 


























278.3 




3 
2 


465 
267 


3 
2 


465 
267 


3 

2 


487 
285 


3 487 
2 285 


3 
3 


945 
632 


3 945 






3 632 






278.4 


ASBESTOS, CRUDE, WASHED, GROUND; FIBERS AND 






























13 


481 


13 


481 


14 


462 


14 462 


14 


710 


14 710 






278.5 


MICA, FLUORSPAR. FELDSPAR, QUARTZ, CRYOLITE, 




























NEPHELINE SYENITE AND NATURAL MINERAL FLUXES. 


6 


932 


6 


932 


7 


210 


7 210 


6 


008 


8 008 






278.6 






1 




1 




1 


1 




1 


1 






278,9 


CRUDE MINERAL SUBSTANCES, NSPF, INCLUDING CE- 
RIUM AND LITHIUM ORES, CHALK, IRON OXIDES, 




























AND ARTICLES OF TALC, STEATITE AND SOAPSTONE. 


5 


891 


5 


891 


5 


770 


5 770 


7 


825 


7 825 


28 


281 


281.0 


METALLIFEROUS ORES AND SCRAP, N.S.P.F , . 

IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES, INCLUOING ROASTED 


230 


120 


230 


120 


231 


148 


231 148 


255 


065 


255 065 




282 


282.0 




56 

4 


560 
729 


56 

4 


560 
729 


56 
4 


920 
913 


56 920 
4 913 


66 

4 


927 
935 


66 927 






4 935 




286 


286.0 


THORIUM ORES AND CONCENTRATES AND MONAZITE SAND. 




- 




- 




- 


- 




- 


- 




287 






140 


992 


140 


992 


141 


319 


141 319 


154 


293 


154 293 






287.2 




1 


835 


1 


835 


1 


835 


1 835 


1 


885 


1 885 






287.3 


BAUXITE, CRUDE OR CALCINED, AND ALUMINUM 


























287.4 
287.5 
287.6 




93 
1 

11 
1 


584 
914 
934 
508 


93 

1 

11 

1 


584 
914 
934 
508 


93 

1 
12 

1 


528 
968 
238 
508 


93 528 

1 968 

12 238 

1 508 


102 

2 

12 

1 


924 
013 
564 
527 


102 924 






2 013 






12 564 






1 527 






287.7 


MANGANESE ORES AND CONCENTRATES CONTAINING 


























287.8 




1 


962 
801 


1 


962 

801 


1 


962 
813 


1 962 
813 


2 


457 
851 


2 457 






851 






287.9 


ORES AND CONCENTRATES OF NONFERROUS BASE MET- 
























288 






27 
17 


452 
693 


27 

17 


452 
693 


27 
17 


464 
827 


27 464 
17 827 


30 
18 


068 
693 


30 068 






18 693 






288.1 




11 


692 


11 


692 


11 


776 


11 776 


12 


580 


12 580 






288.2 


NONFERROUS METAL WASTE AND SCRAP, NSPF .... 


6 


001 


6 


001 


6 


051 


6 051 


6 


112 


6 112 




289 


289.0 


PRECIOUS METAL ORES, CONCENTRATES, WASTE AND 






























10 


145 


10 


145 


10 


166 


10 166 


10 


215 


10 215 


29 






ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE MATERIALS, NSPF, CRUDE. . . . 


44 


347 


44 


347 


43 


172 


43 172 


47 


598 


47 598 




291 


291.1 


BONES, IVORY, HORNS, CORAL, NATURAL SHELLS 


10 


468 


10 


468 


10 


162 


10 162 


10 


838 


10 838 








AND SIMILAR PRODUCTS, INCLUDING THEIR WASTES. 


2 


332 


2 


332 


2 


332 


2 332 


2 


686 


2 686 






291.9 




8 


136 


8 


136 


7 


829 


7 829 


8 


151 


8 151 




292 






33 


878 


33 


878 


33 


010 


33 010 


36 


760 


36 760 






292.2 


GUMS, RESINS, BALSAMS, AND LACS, NATURAL . . . 


5 


692 


5 


692 


5 


690 


5 690 


6 


300 


6 300 






292.3 


VESETABLE MATERIALS USED PRIMARILY FOR 


























292.4 






752 




752 




754 


754 




900 


900 




PLANTS AND PARTS (INCLUDING SEEDS, FLOWERS, 










AND FRUITS) OF TREES, BUSHES, SHRUBS OR 




























OTHER PLANTS, USED FOR PERFUMERY, PHARMA- 






























5 


734 


5 


734 


5 


534 


5 534 


5 


726 


5 726 






292.5 


SEEDS, FRUIT AND SPORES FOR PLANTING, EXCEPT 






























4 


409 


4 


409 


4 


448 


4 448 


4 


683 


4 683 






292.6 


NURSERY STOCK AND BULBS, CORMS, PIPS, TUBERS, 




























RHIZOMES, AND ROOTS, EXCEPT VEGETABLE . . . . 


3 


282 


3 


282 


3 


243 


3 243 


3 


567 


3 567 






292.7 


FLOWERS, BUDS AND FOLIAGE, CUT; BRANCHES AND 
OTHER PARTS OF TREES, SHRUBS, ETC., FOR 






























7 


242 


7 


242 


6 


554 


6 554 


8 


264 


8 264 






292.9 


SECTION 3— MINERAL FUELS, LUBRICANTS AND 


6 


763 


6 


763 


6 


784 


6 784 


7 


317 


7 317 




322 






4 221 

21 

2 


182 

539 
336 


4 221 

21 
2 


182 

539 
336 


4 227 

21 

2 


950 

762 

432 


4 227 950 

21 762 
2 432 


4 530 

23 
2 


033 

912 
506 


4 530 033 


32 




23 912 






2 506 






322.5 
322.7 






- 




- 




- 


■ 




" 


_ 




PEAT MOSS, INCLUDING FERTILIZER GRADE PEAT 






323 






2 


335 


2 


335 


2 


432 


2 432 


2 


505 


2 505 




COKE, LIGNITE, AND COAL OR COKE COMPOSITIONS 








323.2 




19 
14 


203 
318 


19 
14 


203 
318 


19 
14 


329 
366 


19 329 
14 366 


21 
15 


406 
407 


21 406 






15 407 






323.6 


COAL OR COKE COMPOSITIONS USED FOR FUEL; AND 






























4 


884 


4 


884 


4 


962 


4 962 


5 


998 


5 998 


33 


333 

334 


333.0 




3 932 

3 081 

845 


460 
607 
644 


3 932 
3 061 

845 


460 
607 

644 


3 935 
3 083 

845 


199 
960 
979 


3 935 199 

3 083 960 

845 979 


4 220 

3 315 

898 


057 
622 
742 


4 220 057 






3 315 622 






898 742 






334.1 


JET FUELS, GASOLINE AND OTHER MOTOR FUELS, 






























117 


895 


117 


895 


118 


152 


118 152 


126 


530 


126 530 



1-6 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities-Continued 

(In thouandi ol dollen. See "Eiplenation ol Sniiitia" lor intormetion on cevereot. den ol unporuiion. delmiuonj ol &mo.-m I ».i . end til «*«ei. end teniae el error » Ow deu 

ere tfiown only under Schedule A uberoup 990 end e>ckided Iron ell oftei euberoustl 



Sk*rae>n oeiued kM Men t»l 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



Group 



334 



335 



34 



41 



42 



43 



51 



341 



411 



423 



424 



431 



517 



Sub- 
croup 



334.2 
334.3 

334.4 
334.5 



335.1 
335.2 



335.3 
335.4 

341.0 



411.1 
411.3 



423.1 
423.2 
423.3 
423.4 
423.5 
423.6 



424, 
424, 
424, 
424, 

424, 



424.8 



431.2 
431.4 
431.6 



517.1 

517.2 

517.3 
517.4 

517.5 

517.6 
517.7 

517.8 
517.9 



Cowoolty description 



petroleum products— continued 

kerosene, except motor fuel 

fuel oils, light and no. 4 type 

fuel oils, heavy 

lubricating oils and greasesj naphthas and 
mixtures of hydrocarbons; and natural gas 
condensates 

MINERAL "AXES; PITCH, ASPhAlT, AND OTHER BY- 
PRODUCTS OF COAL, LIGNITE, PETROLEUM AND SHALE 

OIL 

MINERAL riAXES 

CRUDE COAL, OIL AND GAS TARS; CREOSOTE OIL, 
CRUDE CRESYLIC ACID, AND OTHER OILS AND MIX- 
TURES OF CRUDE ORGANIC CHEMICAL PRODUCTS. . . 

PITCH OF COAL TAR, TAR COKE, MARINE GLUE, ETC. 

ASPHALT, BITUMEN, AND L IMESTONE-ROCK ASPH»l~ . 



Cu.ta*e velur 



CUnuletlv« 
Jenuert 
to detc 



GAS, NATURAL AND MANUFACTURED. 



SECTION 4--QILS AND FATS/ ANlHAL AND 

VEGETABLE ... V ........ . 



animal oils and fats 

fish and marine mammal oil 

animal fats, oils and greases, nspf . 



VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS, FIxEO 

VEGETABLE OILS, FIXED, SOFT, C«UDE, REFINED OR 

PURIF1E0, NSPF 

RAPESEED OIL 

SOYBEAN OIL 

COTTONSEED OIL 

PEANUT OR GROUND NUT OIL 

OLIVE OU 

SUNFLOHER OIL 

VEGETABLE OILS, FIXED, CRUDE, REFINED OR 

PURIFIED, NSPF 

LINSEED OR FLAXSEEO OIL 

PAlM OIL 

COCONUT OIL 

PALM KERNEL OIL 

CASTOR OIL 

VEGETABLE OILS, FIXED, NSPF, INCLUDING SESAME 
OIL 



animal and vegetable oils and fats, processed, 
fatty acids, nspf, and "axes of animal or 

vegetable origin , 

fats and oils, hydrogenated , 

■taxes of animal or vegetable origin , 

fatty acids., oils and fats, processed, nspf, of 
animal or vegetable origin 



•CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS, 



SECTION 5- 

N5PF. ~ 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS, NSPF . . . 

BENZENE, TOLUENE, PARA-XYlENE, XYLENE, NSPF; 
CUMENE AND OTHER ORGANIC CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 
FOUND NATURALLY IN COAL TAR, NSPF 

STYRENE, PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE, PHENOL OR CARBOLIC 
ACID, AND OTHER SPECIFIED CYCLIC ORGANIC CHEM- 
ICAL PRODUCTS, NSPF 

BENZENOID DRUGS AND OTHER SPECIFIED BENZENOID 
CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 

HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS, NSPF, AND OTHER HYDRO- 
CARBONS, NSPF 

ALCOHOLS, MONOHYDRIC, UNSUBSTITuTED, AND POLYHY- 
DRIC; ALCOHOL ESTERS, ETHER AND ETHER-ESTERS, 
NSPF; AND ALCOHOLS, FATTY, OF ANIMAL OR VEGETA- 
BLE ORIGIN, NSPF 

EPOXIDES AND HALOGENATED EPOXIDES, NSPF; ETHERS 
OF MONOHYDRIC ALCOHOLS AND ACETALS; ALDEHYDES, 
NSPF; AND KETONES 

ORGANIC ACIDS, NSPF; ACID ANHYDRIDES, ORGANIC; 
SALTS OF ORGANIC ACIDS, NSPF; ACYL HALIDES; 
ESTERS OF MONOHYDRIC ALCOHOLS, NSPF; AND ACIDS, 
SALTS, AND ESTERS OF FATTY SUBSTANCES 

AMINO ACIDS, NSPF, AND NITROGENOUS COMPOUNDS, 
NSPF 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS, NSPF 



50 778 
547 847 

12° 122 



5 207 
2 096 



685 

177 
2 048 

267 182 



69 «1J 

1 381 
525 
855 

86 677 

« 529 
IM 

3 

11 

3 616 

12 

■ 

9 371 
56 306 

9 820 

2 765 

1 864 



1 354 
237 
992 

124 



536 779 
169 485 

14 553 

33 868 
31 104 
20 223 

14 291 
2 652 



8 632 

29 545 

14 613 



Current 
■oath 



50 778 
Ml Ml 



129 122 



5 207 i 
2 096 



885 

177 
2 046 

267 162 



69 413 

1 361 
525 
855 

86 677 

1 529 

66. 

3 

11 
3 616 

u 

82 146 

9 371 
56 306 

9 620 

2 765 

1 664 



1 35<* 
237 
992 

124 



536 779 
169 485 

14 553 

33 868 

31 104 
20 223 

14 291 
2 652 

8 632 

29 545 
14 613 



uaulet 1 vv . 
Je.nu.ery 
to del* 



50 778 
547 646 



129 199 



5 260 
2 HI 



905 

190 
2 051 

270 966 



1 397 
541 
655 

66 703 

4 532 

887 

3 

11 

3 616 

12 

62 170 

9 392 

56 306 

9 820 

2 765. 

1 864 



1 355 
237 
992 

124 



532 179 
158 455 

14 501! 

29 958 
24 612 
20 145 

14 361 
2 653 

8 565 

29 068 
14 587 



rmlM 



Curreet 



50 776 
M7 6-6 



129 199 



5 260 

2 111 



90S 
190 

2 051 

270 966 



69 455 

1 3V7 
655 

66 703 

4 532 

667 

3 

11 
3 616 

12 

62 170 

9 392 
56 306 

9 620 

2 765 

1 664 



1 355 
131 

992 
124 



532 179 

158 455 

14 501 

29 956 

24 612 
20 145 

14 361 
2 653 

8 565 

29 068 

14 567 



53 191 
583 126 



135 692 



5 692 
2 391 



905 

211 

2 184 

266 063 



.- Ml 

1 469 

577 
911 

91 701 

4 666 

912 

3 

12 

3 946 

12 

66 612 

10 044 
61 460 
10 365 

2 952 

1 969 



1 455 
254 

1 063 

137 

563 174 
169 271 

15 401 

31 611 
26 442 
21 90S 

15 324 

2 620 

9 321 

30 935 

15 309 



(MBuletlt 
Jeriuer) 
to date 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-7 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 



Commodity oode 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F 


a. s. 


value 




C 


.i.f. 


value 












Cumulative , 






Cumulati 


ve , 






Cumulative 


Divi- 




Sub- 




Current 






Cur re 


it 






Current 




sion 


Group 


group 




month 


Janua 


ry 


month 


January 


month 




January 














to date 






to dat 


e 






to date 








SECTION 5— CHEMICALS AND RELATED PRODUCTS, 






























NSPF— CONTINUED 
























52 


522 




INORGANIC CHEMICAL ELEMENTS, OXIDES AND HALOGEN 


118 


999 


118 


999 


120 


216 


120 


216 


126 


234 


126 234 






522.1 




53 


795 


53 


795 


54 


856 


54 


856 


58 


589 


58 589 




SPECIFIED CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND BASE METALS, 










UNWROUGHT AND WASTE AND SCRAP THEREOF, NSPF . 


18 


820 


18 


820 


19 


909 


19 


909 


21 


107 


21 107 






522.2 


INORGANIC ACIDS AND SELENIUM COMPOUNDS, IN- 
































8 


340 


8 


340 


8 


300 


8 


300 


8 


592 


8 592 






522.4 


COBALT OXIDE; ZAFFER; AND PIGMENTS AND PIG- 
































11 


474 


11 


474 


10 


772 


10 


772 


12 


014 


12 014 






522.5 


SPECIFIED INORGANIC COMPOUNDS AND ALUMINUM OX- 
































15 


160 


15 


160 


15 


873 


15 


873 


16 


874 


16 874 




524 


524.0 


URANIUM, THORIUM AND CERIUM SALTS AND COMPOUNDS, 
NSPF AND ISOTOPES, RADIOACTIVE AND NONRADIOAC- 


























526 


526.0 




37 
28 


168 
035 


37 

28 


168 
035 


37 

28 


221 
138 


37 
28 


221 

138 


37 

30 


355 
289 


37 355 






30 289 


53 






DYEING, TANNING, AND COLORING MATERIALS, NATURAL 


























531 


531.0 




20 


968 


20 


968 


18 


740 


18 


740 


19 


992 


19 992 




SPECIFIED COLORS, DYES, STAINS AND RELATED MATE- 










RIALS FROM BENZENOID PRODUCTS 


13 


207 


13 


207 


11 


001 


11 


001 


11 


624 


11 624 




532 


532.4 


SPECIFIED DYEING AND TANNING PRODUCTS, NSPF (IN- 
CLUDING BENZENOID SYNTHETICS, TANNIC ACID AND 
DERIVATIVES); AND TANNING PRODUCTS, NSPF, OF 


























533 






1 


221 


1 


221 


1 


219 


1 


219 


1 


349 


1 349 




PIGMENTS, PAINTS, VARNISHES AND RELATED 








533.1 




6 


539 


6 


539 


6 


519 


6 


519 


7 


018 


7 018 




SPECIFIED PIGMENTS, AND PIGMENT-LIKE MATERI- 








533.2 




1 


462 


1 


462 


1 


454 


1 


454 


1 


592 


1 592 




INK POWDERS DERIVED FROM BENZENOID PRODUCTS 














864 




864 




865 




865 




913 


913 






533.4 


VARNISHES, LACQUERS, DISTEMPERS, WATER PIG- 
































1 


391 


1 


391 


1 


377 


1 


377 


1 


500 


1 500 






533.5 


GLASS FRIT, ENAMELS, COLORS, AND RELATED MATE- 
RIALS; ARTISTSi, STUDENTS', AND CHILDRENiS 
PAINTS; AND PUTTY, PAINTERS" FILLINGS, AND 


























541 




CEMENTS 


2 

43 


821 

504 


2 
43 


821 
504 


2 
41 


822 
427 


2 

41 


822 
427 


3 
43 


Oil 
957 


3 Oil 


54 




43 957 






541.1 
541.3 




14 
5 


673 
853 


14 
5 


673 
853 


12 

5 


706 
822 


12 

5 


706 
822 


14 
5 


505 
958 


14 505 






5 958 






541.4 


VEGETABLE ALKALOIDS, THEIR SALTS AND OTHER DE- 


6 


561 


6 


561 


6 


563 


6 


563 


6 


669 


6 669 






541.5 
541.6 




5 

2 


345 
216 


5 
2 


345 
216 


5 
2 


309 

184 


5 
2 


309 

184 


5 
2 


333 

266 


„ 






5 333 






2 266 






541.7 


VITAMINS, DOSAGE; DRUGS AND RELATED PRODUCTS, 
































4 


000 


4 


000 


3 


992 


3 


992 


4 


155 


4 155 






541.8 
541.9 




4 


214 
639 


4 


214 
639 


4 


208 
640 


4 


208 
640 


4 


411 
656 


4 411 






656 


55 


ESSENTIAL OILS AND PERFUME MATERIALS; TOILET, POL- 












27 


303 


27 


303 


27 


143 


27 


143 


28 


461 


28 461 




551 


551.4 




3 


864 


3 


864 


3 


857 


3 


857 


3 


969 


3 969 




552 


552.0 


ESSENTIAL OILS; PERFUMES; COSMETICS AND TOILET 


18 


501 


18 


501 


18 


460 


18 


460 


19 


284 


19 284 




554 


554.1 
554.2 




4 


938 
839 


4 


938 
839 


4 


825 
841 


4 


825 

841 


5 


207 
933 


m 






5 207 






933 




SURFACE ACTIVE AGENTS, DETERGENTS AND WASHING 












3 


692 


3 


692 


3 


608 


3 


608 


3 


872 


3 872 






554.3 


BLACKINGS, POWDERS, LIQUIDS AND CREAMS FOR 


























562 








406 




406 




375 




375 




401 


401 


56 


FERTILIZERS, MANUFACTURED, AND FERTILIZER 








562.1 


MATERIALS 


53 


992 


53 


992 


65 


227 


65 


227 


66 


164 


66 164 




AMMONIUM NITRATE AND SULFATE; CALCIUM CYANAMIDE 










AND NITRATE; UREA; AND NITROGENOUS FERTILIZERS 
































14 


511 


14 


511 


15 


807 


15 


807 


16 


439 


16 439 






562.2 


BASIC SLAG AND PHOSPHATIC FERTILIZERS AND FERTI- 
































3 


207 


3 


207 


3 


223 


3 


223 


3 


332 


3 332 






562.3 


POTASSIC FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS. . 


31 


394 


31 


394 


41 


049 


41 


049 


41 


132 


41 132 






562.9 


OTHER FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS . . . 


4 


879 


4 


879 


5 


147 


5 


147 


5 


260 


5 260 


57 


572 


572.1 


PROPELLANT POWDERS, DYNAMITE AND EXPLOSIVE SUB- 


5 


359 


5 


359 


5 


445 


5 


445 


5 


827 


5 827 










2 


505 


2 


505 


2 


591 


2 


591 


2 


605 


2 605 






572.2 


CAPS AND FUSES, BLASTING, INCLUDING PERCUSSION 




318 




318 




318 




318 




328 


328 




588 


572.3 




2 


535 


2 


535 


2 


535 


2 


535 


2 


892 


2 892 


58 


SYNTHETIC RESINS; AND RUBBER OR PLASTICS 








588.4 




53 


497 


53 


497 


52 


307 


52 


307 


56 


953 


56 953 




SYNTHETIC RESINS AND PLASTICS MATERIALS IN PRI- 










MARY FORMS, INCLUDING NONPLASTICIZED CELLULOSE 
































19 


848 


19 


848 


18 


646 


18 


646 


20 


669 


20 669 






588.5 


REINFORCED OR LAMINATED PLASTICS PRODUCTS, NSPF; 
EXPANDED, FOAMED, OR SPONGE RUBBER OR PLASTICS 
































3 


083 


3 


083 


3 


089 


3 


089 


3 


366 


3 366 



1-8 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 

(In thousands ol dollars. Set "E»p ion of Sutistics" (of information on covtrjot data ol m,portat«wi. delations ol Cusioms. I • i . end til raVM. and sourtM ol Ktw in tht data Snejmants valued l««*tKI 

ait shown only under Schidult A suboioup 990 and eictuded from all otht> subo-oupil 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



58 



59 



588 



591 
592 



598 



61 



62 



63 



611 



612 



613 
625 



64 



635 



641 



588.6 
588.8 
591.0 



592.1 
592.2 



598.1 



598.5 
598.7 



611.2 
611.3 
611.4 
611.5 
611.6 
611.8 

612.1 

612.2 

612.3 

612.9 
613.0 



625.1 
625.2 
625.7 
625.8 



Coanodity description 



633 633.0 

634 



634.1 

634.3 

634.6 

634.7 

634.8 

634.9 

635.1 
635.2 

635.3 

635.4 
635.9 

641.0 

641.1 
641.3 

641.4 



synthetic resins; and rubber or plastics 
materials — continued 

rubber and plastics film, strips, plates, and 
other profile shapes; cellulosic plastics mate- 
rials for use in artificial kidney machines . , 
plastics waste and scrap 



chehical materials and products 

pesticioes; fly ribbons and disinfectants. . . . 
starches, gelatin; casein; dextrine; albumin and 

adhesives 

wheat gluten and starches, nspf 

casein; albumin; oextrlne; adhesives; gelatin 

and related products 

miscellaneous chemical products 

tall oil; turpentine (except turpentine gum ) 
and rosins; turpen1c solvent mixtures, nspc; 
vegetable pitches, wood tar and hood tar oil. 
chemical products and preparations, organic 

and inorganic, nspf 

glazings, oressings and mordants, prepared for 
textiles 



SECTION 6--MANUFACTURED GOODS CLASSIFIED 
- - Y BY MATERIAL . . . . 



CUetoaaa value 



Current 
aonlh 



LEATHER, LEATHER MANUFACTURES, NSPF, AND 

ORESSED FURSKlNS 

LEATHER 

LEATHERbOARD 

LEATHER, CALF AND KIP 

BOVINE, NSPF, AND E3UINE 

SHEEP AND LAMB, NSPF 

NSPF 

SPECIALLY DRESSED OR FINISHED . . . 

LEATHER MANUFACTURES, NSPF 

BELTING LEATHER IN FINISHED OR SEMIFINISHED 

FORM OR SHAPE FOR CONVERSION TO BELTING . . 
SADDLERY AND OTHER HARNESS MAKERS' GOODS OF 

ALL MATERIALS 

LEATHER, RUBBER OR PLASTICS, CUT OR SHAPED 

FOR CONVERSION INTO FOOTWEAR 

MANUFACTURES OF LEATHER, NSPF 

FURSKlNS, DRESSED, INCLUDING DYED 



LEATHER, 
LEATHER, 
LEATHER, 
LEATHER, 



tires and tubes for tires, of rubber or plastics 

pneumatic tires for passenger cars, ne 

pneumatic tires for trucks and buses, •.£•. . . 
pneumatic tires, nspf; and nonpneumatic tires, 
tubes for tires 



wood and cork manufactures, nspf 

cork manufactures 

wood veneers, plywood, improved or 
reconstituted wood, and other wood, worked, 

NSPF 

VENEERS, WOOD 

IMPROVED OR RECONSTITUTED WOOD, ARTICLES 
THEREOF AND WOOD PARTICLE BOARD 

CELLULAR WOOD PANELS 

PLYWOOD, VENEERED PANELS AND SHEETS AND 
SIMILAR LAMINATED WOOD PRODUCTS; INLAID WOOD. 

WOODEN BEADINGS AND MOLDINGS 

WOOD, SIMPLY SHAPED OR wORKEO, NSPF 

WOOD MANUFACTURES, NSPF 

WOOD PACKING BOXES, CASES, CRATES, AND 
CONTAINERS, EXCEPT COOPERAGE PRODUCTS . . . . 

CASKS, BARRELS, VATS, TUBS, BUCKETS AND OTHER 
COOPERAGE PRODUCTS AND PARTS THEREOF, OF 
WOOD 

BUILDERS' CARPENTRY AND JOINERY, INCLUDING 
DOORS, ASSEMBLED FLOORING, PREFABRICATED AND 
SECTIONAL BUILDINGS, OF WOOD 

MANUFACTURES OF WOOD FOR DOMESTIC OR 
DECORATIVE USE, EXCLUDING FURNITURE 

ARTICLES MANUFACTURED OF WOOD, NSPF 



PAPER, PAPERBOARD, AND MANUFACTURES THEREOF. . , 

PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, NOT CUT TO SIZE 

PAPER, PRINTING (EXCEPT NEWSPRINT) AND 
WRITING, UNCOATED, IN ROLLS OR SHEETS . . , 

PAPER, STANDARD NEWSPRINT 

PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, KRAFT, IN ROLLS OR 

SHEETS, NSPF 

PAPER AND PAPERBOARD- COATED, ETC., CREPED, 
CORRUSATED, ETC., CONVERTED, NSPF 



Cuau>' 

Jimitn 



29 768 
796 

43 668 
16 822 

16 423 
2 024 

14 398 
10 423 



569 

9 430 

423 

2 266 716 



36 174 
25 236 

306 

3 629 

13 971 

873 

3 613 
661 

10 035 

162 

1 322 

6 267 

2 263 
860 

103 636 

38 263 

46 925 

13 546 

4 881 

102 317 
1 566 



68 922 
7 855 

4 509 
2 

49 978 

6 562 

14 

31 807 

269 



386 



3 166 

8 722 ' 
19 263' 

242 148' 
226 349, 

23 76o| 
169 994| 

3 797 

17 771 | 



29 766 
796 

43 666 
16 622 

16 423 
2 024 

1" 398 
10 423 



569 

9 «lol 

423 



».e.» 






29 766 
604 



ruaula 

to dale 



:■ 


1 

-5? 








32? 




376 


I 


320 






2 266 716; 2 253 8*u 



36 174 

25 238, 

306 

3 629 

13 971 

673 

5 613 

861 

10 035, 

J 



1 322 

6 267' 

2 283. 
660 1 

103 636; 

36 263 

"6 925 

13 546 

4 661 

102 317 

1 566 



68 922 

7 835 

4 509 

2 

49 978 

6 562 

.- 

31 807 

269 
386 

3 166 

8 722 
19 263 

242 148 
226 349 

23 760 

169 994 

3 797 
17 771 



33 842 

307 

3 379 

13 910 

646 

3 612 

861 

10 0«4 

161 

1 323 

6 ?76 

2 260 
660 

67 311 

36 836 
12 263 

102 797 
1 566 



69 034 
9 020 

- • -' 
2 

49 753 

6 564 

15 

32 176 

277 



387 

3 14C 

8 783 
19 586 

243 032 
227 334 

23 888 
170 602 

3 762! 

17 984i 



29 766 

604 

43 216 

2 021 

14 420 
10 322 



376 

9 320 

2 233 641 



24 916 

307 

3 379 

13 910 

e«6 

5 612 

661, 

10 044 

161 



value 



Current 
■oath 



1 323 



278 
260 
6 SO 



67 311 

32 033 

36 636 

12 263 

• . 

102 797 

1 366 



69 034 
6 020 

4 676 

2 

49 753 

6 564 

15 

32 176 

277 



Ml 



3 14Q 



8 783 
19 586 



243 032 
227 334 



23 888 

170 602 



3 762 

17 984 



January 
to date 



31 892 

1 023 

46 311 

17 033 

18 141 
? 275 

13 663 

11 136 



663 

9 993 

436 

2 410 669 



37 862 

26 231 

335 

3 302 

14 316 

661 

6 116 

899 

10 661 

166 

1 406 

6 633 

2 473 
929 

36 031 

5 123 

112 686 

1 730 



76 166 
8 757 

4 607 

3 

55 576 

7 004 

15 

M 791 

264 



420 

3 495 

9 950 

<•: Ml 

232 7721 

235 674 ( 

24 816 

175 115 

3 819 

19 399 



— ■^ejea— wi— lai 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-9 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 



Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F.a.s. 


value 




C.i.f. 


value 


Divi- 




Sub- 


Current 


Cumulative, 


Current 


Cumulati 


ve, 


Current 


Cumulative, 


sion 


Group 


group 




month 


Janua 


ry 


month 


January 


month 


January 














to date 




to date 




to date 


641 




paper and paperboard* not cut to size—continued 
























641.5 


PAPER AND PAPERBOARD* IN ROLLS OR SHEETS*NSPF. 


3 


225 


3 


225 


3 203 


3 


203 


3 469 


3 469 






641.6 


BUILDING BOARDS OF HOOD PULP OR OF VEGETABLE 
























641.9 




3 

4 


622 
177 


3 

4 


622 
177 


3 689 

4 202 


3 

4 


689 
202 


4 774 
4 480 


4 774 






4 480 




642 




paper and paperboard* cut to size or shape* and 




























15 


798 


15 


798 


15 698 


15 


698 


16 897 


16 897 






642.1 


BOXES OF PAPER, PAPERBOARD* OR PAPIER MACHE. . 


1 


347 


1 


347 


1 353 


1 


353 


1 522 


1 522 






642.2 


PAPER STATIONERY FOR CORRESPONDENCE 




149 




149 


149 




149 


158 


158 






642.3 


PAPER STATIONERY, EXCEPT FOR CORRESPONDENCE. . 


2 


722 


2 


722 


2 732 


2 


732 


3 115 


3 115 






642.4 


PAPER AND PAPERBOARD* CUT TO SIZE, NSPF. . , . 


3 


154 


3 


154 


3 025 


3 


025 


3 257 


3 257 






642,8 


ARTICLES OF PAPER PULP, PAPER, AND PAPERBOARD. 


8 


424 


8 


424 


8 437 


8 


437 


8 843 


8 843 


65 






TEXTILE YARNS, FABRICS, MADE-UP ARTICLES AND 






















651 






196 

14 


144 
774 


196 

14 


144 
774 


193 860 
14 312 


193 

14 


860 
312 


209 549 
15 568 


209 549 






15 568 






651.0 


YARN AND THREAD OF WOOL AND MANMADE FIBERS . . 


10 


615 


10 


615 


10 416 


10 


416 


11 399 


11 399 






651.1 
651.3 




2 


437 
580 


2 


437 
580 


437 
2 316 


2 


437 
316 


451 
2 478 


451 






2 478 






651.9 


YARN AND ROVING OF COIR, JUTE, FLAX, RAMIE, 
TRUE HEMP OR TEXTILE FIBERS, (INCLUDING 
PAPER), NSPF; GROUPED FILAMENTS AND YARN 






















652 






1 


140 


1 


140 


1 141 


1 


141 


1 238 


1 238 




COTTON FABRICS, WOVEN, NOT INCLUDING NARROW 












38 


614 


38 


614 


38 005 


38 


005 


40 316 


40 316 






652.1 


WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, (INCLUDING TERRY), 
NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED; FABRICS FOR 
USE IN PNEUMATIC TIRES OF TEXTILE FIBERS, 




























25 


981 


25 


981 


25 502 


25 


502 


26 956 


26 956 






652.2 


WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, BLEACHED OR COLORED; 
AND COTTON PILE AND CHENILLE FABRICS, 




























12 


633 


12 


633 


12 503 


12 


503 


13 360 


13 360 




653 




WOVEN FABRICS OF MANMADE FIBERS, (INCLUDING 
PILE AND CHENILLE; TIRE CORD FABRICS), NOT 




























34 


113 


34 


113 


33 130 


33 


130 


35 881 


35 881 






653.1 


WOVEN FABRICS OF CONTINUOUS NONCELLULOSlC 


























MANMADE FIBERS, EXCEPT PILE AND CHENILLE. . . 


20 


189 


20 


189 


19 345 


19 


345 


21 223 


21 223 






653.4 


WOVEN FABRICS OF NONCONTINUOUS NONCELLULOSlC 


























MANMADE FIBERS, EXCEPT PILE AND CHENILLE. . . 


11 


025 


11 


025 


10 943 


10 


943 


11 557 


11 557 






653.5 


WOVEN FABRICS OF CONTINUOUS CELLULOSIC 
MANMADE FIBERS (EXCEPT PILE AND CHENILLE); 




























1 


818 


1 


818 


1 766 


1 


766 


1 921 


1 921 






653.7 


WOVEN FABRICS OF NONCONTINUOUS CELLULOSIC 


























MANMADE FIBERS, EXCEPT PILE AND CHENILLE. . . 




280 




280 


278 




278 


301 


301 






653.9 


PILE AND CHENILLE FABRICS OF MANMADE FIBERS, 






























798 




798 


796 




796 


877 


877 




654 




WOVEN FABRICS OF SILK, WOOL, VEGETABLE FIBERS 
(EXCEPT COTTON), AND OF TEXTILE FIBERS, NSPF, 




























27 


928 


27 


928 


27 863 


27 


863 


31 013 


31 013 






654.1 




5 


518 


5 


518 


5 510 


5 


510 


5 710 


5 710 






654.2 


WOVEN FABRICS OF WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR 
























654.3 




6 


520 


6 


520 


6 478 


6 


478 


6 773 


6 773 




PILE FABRICS OF WOOL OR FINE ANIMAL HAIR, 












1 


043 


1 


043 


1 041 


1 


041 


1 126 


1 126 






654.7 


WOVEN FABRICS OF JUTE AND OTHER VEGETABLE 
FIBERS (EXCEPT COTTON), OF GLASS FIBERS, 
(INCLUDING NARROW FABRICS OF GLASS FIBERS), 
AND OF TEXTILE FIBERS (INCLUDING FABRICS OF 
COARSE ANIMAL HAIR, METALLIZED YARN AND 
PAPER YARN), NSPF, EXCEPT SILK, WOOL AND 
























654.9 




14 


618 


14 


618 


14 607 


14 


607 


17 165 


17 165 




PILE (INCLUDING TUFTED) FABRICS OF TEXTILE 










FIBERS, NSPF, EXCEPT COTTON, SILK, WOOL* 






















655 


655.2 




2 


226 
361 


2 


226 
361 


226 
2 303 


2 


226 

303 


238 
2 531 


238 






2 531 




656 


656.0 


NARROW FABRICS, NONELASTIC; LABELS OF TEXTILE 
MATERIALS, NOT ORNAMENTAL; NONELASTIC BRAIDS 
OR BRAIDED MATERIALS (EXCEPT CABLE, ROPE OR 
TWINE); TRIMMING, CORDS, LACING AND CHENILLE 
YARN; LACE AND NETTING; ORNAMENTAL FABRICS 
AND MOTIFS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS, NSPF, EXCEPT 






















657 






3 

27 


755 
894 


3 

27 


755 

894 


3 752 
27 794 


3 
27 


752 
794 


3 967 
29 961 


3 967 




SPECIAL TEXTILE FABRICS AND RELATED PRODUCTS . . 


29 961 






657.2 


PRESSURE SENSITIVE TAPES AND SHAPES, NSPF. . . 


3 


994 


3 


994 


3 996 


3 


996 


4 312 


4 312 






657.3 


WOVEN OR KNIT FABRICS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS, 
COATED, FILLED OR LAMINATED WITH RUBBER* 




























5 


535 


5 


535 


5 550 


5 


550 


5 882 


5 862 






657.5 


TWINE, CORDAGE, NETS AND NETTING OF TEXTILE 
MATERIALS, INCLUDING OAKUM AND TWISTED 




























9 


979 


9 


979 


9 925 


9 


925 


10 960 


10 960 






657.7 


WADDINGS, FABRICS, OR ARTICLES OF TEXTILE 
FIBERS FOR WICKS, STENCILING PURPOSES AND 




























6 


699 


6 


699 


6 641 


6 


641 


7 024 


7 024 






657.8 


FELT AND FELT ARTICLES; HAT BODIES; ELASTIC 
FABRICS, TRIMMINGS, AND BRAIDS; OF TEXTILE 




























1 


461 


1 


461 


1 463 


1 


463 


1 559 


1 559 






657.9 


HOSES FOR CONDUCTING GASES OR LIQUIDS* WITH 
OR WITHOUT FITTINGS* OF TEXTILE MATERIALS 
(EXCLUSIVE OF FITTINGS); AND BELTING AND 
























1 


BELTS FOR MACHINERY* OF TEXTILE FIBERS. . . . 




223 




223 


217 




217 


223 


223 



1-10 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, data of ,mportat.on. d.lmiuom of Cu, •"*■■ . 

art shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990 and t. eluded from ell ottier tube/aunt) 



.1741 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



65 



66 



656 



659 



661 



662 



663 



664 



665 



666 



667 



Sub- 
group 



658.1 
658. 4 

658.6 

658.9 

659.1 

659.2 
659.7 

659.8 



661.1 
661.2 
661.3 

661.8 

662.3 

662.4 

663.1 
663.2 
663.3 



663.5 
663.7 



663.8 
663.9 



66". 1 
664.2 



664.3 
664.4 
664.5 
664.6 

664.7 
664.8 
664.9 

665.1 
665.3 



666.4 
666.5 



666.6 



667.1 
667.2 

667.3 
667.4 



Commodity description 



textile yarns, fabrics. hade-up articles and 
related products—continued 

made-up articles of textile materials 

bags and sacks of textile materials, nsf- 
sheets, pillowcases, beddings and furnishings 

of textile materials, nspf 

blankets, including electric blankets, 

and travelling rugs, nspf 

tapestries and made-up articles of textile 

materials, nspf 

floor coverings, tapestries ano articles of 

vegetable plaiting materials 

linoleum and nontextile floor covering 

prepared on a textile base 

carpets, carpeting and rugs, knotteo . . . . , 
nonelastic braids of textile materials; 
webbing of rattan; fats, matting, screen 
and other items, nspf, of vegetable plaiting 

materials, nspf 

floor coverings, machine woven, braided and 
knitte0, of textile materials, nspf, except 

TUFTED 



NONMETALLIC MINERAL MANUFACTURES, NSPF 

LIME, CEMENT, AND FABRICATED BUILDING MAT- 

EXCEPT GLASS AND CLAY 

LIME, INCLUDING HyDRATED 

CEMENT AND CONCRETE MIXTURES 

BUILDING AND MONUMENTAL (DIMENSION) STONE, 

INCLUDING SLATE, AND ARTICLES THEREOF ... 
ARTICLES OF GYPSUM AND ASBESTOS-CEmE'. t ... 

Clay and refractory construction materials . . 

REFRACTORY BRICK AND OThER REFRACTORY 
CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS 

CERAMIC BRICK AND TILE AND OTHER CERAMIC CON- 
STRUCTION MATERIALS 

MINERAL MANUFACTURES, '-SPF 

GRINDING, POLISHING, AND ABRASIVE WHEELS AND 
STONES, FOR HAND OR MACHINE USE 

ABRASIVE ARTICLES, NSPF, OF PAPER, CLOTH OR 
OTHER MATERIALS 

ARTICLES OF MINFRAL SUBSTANCES INCLUDING COS- 
CRETE TILES, BLOCK AND BRICK, PLASTER OF 
PARIS ARTICLES, ASPHALT OR TAR R00FIN6 OR 
SIDING AND OTHER MINERAL SUBSTANCES AND 
ARTICLES THEREOF, NSPF 

MINERAL WOOL IN BULK, BATTS, BLANKETS OR OTH- 
ER FORMS, WHETHER OR NOT BACKED OR SUPPORTED 

REFRACTORY AND HEAT INSULATING ARTICLES, 
SHAPED, INCLUDIN6 CARBON AND GRAPHITE 
CRUCIBLES 

ASBESTOS ARTICLES, NSPF 

CERAMIC WARE, LABORATORY AND INDUSTRIAL; AND 

OTHER CERAMIC ARTICLES, NSPF 

GLASS 

glass in the mass, glass waste and scrap; 

solid glass globules and balls over 6mm, and 

rods, tubes, and tubin6/ not processed 
optical glass and synthetic optical crystals; 

polarizing material, lens blanks and leases 

not optically worked 
glass, drawn or blown, unworked 
glass, surface ground or polished 
glass, cast or rolled, not processed 
glass construction materials of pressed or 

moloed glass and foam glass 
glass, toughened or laminated 
glass mirrors 
glass, nspf 
glassware 
glass containers 
glass articles, nspf, including imitation 

gemstones 

POTTERY 

porcelain or china household ware 

earthenware or stoneware household articles 

except ornamental articles 

ceramic and china ornamental articles, nspf. 
precious and semiprecious stones ano pearls, 
not set or strung; synthetic material of gem- 
stone quality and articles thereof 

pearls, natural or cultured 

diamonds, except industrial, not set and not 

STRUNG 

precious and semiprecious stones, NSPF . . . 
synthetic materials of gemstone quality and 
articles made therefrom, NSPF 



Cuetome value 






24 676 
316 

11 688 
435 

12 236 
22 026 

223 

12 157 

1 739 

7 906 

332 625 

il 268 
1 «96 

18 6*7 

3 932 

15 715 
3 300 

13 213 
1 283 
3 561 



5 148 

21 



826 

1 554 

601 
22 494 



1 141 



819 
2 411 
2 133 

326 



8 313 

3 372 

3 975 

16 996 

2 106 

14 890 
40 434 
18 650 

16 599 

5 183 



196 503 
1 636 



178 650 
14 585 



1 630 






■oath 



24 676 
316 

11 686 

*35 

13 236 

22 026 

2» 

1 739 

7 906 
332 62) 

27 2681 
16 647 

3 932 
16 715 

3 300, 

13 213 
1 263 

3 5«1 

214 



826 

1 354 



601 
22 494 



1 141 



819 
2 411 

2 133 
326 

1 
8 313 

3 372 
3 975 

16 996 
2 106 

14 890 
40 434 
16 650 

16 599 
5 183 



196 503 

1 636 

173 650 

14 565 

1 630 



Cumulative 
January 



24 766 
316 

11 700 

12 313 
21 9J0 

223 

12 114 

1 751 

7 641 
333 900 

27 9«6 

1 807 
16 6*7 

3 926 

IS 622 

3 32«| 

1 269 

3 417 

3 220| 





219 




627 


22 


601 


1 




2 
2 


408 
207 
323 


6 
3 
3 
17 
2 


1 
492 
362 
993 
DSC 
115 


14 
41 
18 


970 
001 


16 
5 


945 
192 


196 
1 


182 
637 


i7e 

1- 


345 
568 


l 


630 



V.IU. 



CVirrettt 
auala 



24 766 

316 

11 700 
434 

12 31J 

12 11* 

1 731 

7 641 

333 900 

27 946 

I 607 

18 647 

3 926 

IS 622 

3 324 

1 269 



5 220 

219 



627 
1 536 

601 



1 139 



819 
2 406 

2 207 
323 

1 
8 492 

3 362! 
3 993 

17 086 
2 115 

14 970 
41 001 

18 664 

16 945 
5 192 



196 182 
1 637 

178 345 
14 568i 

1 6301 



2ft 633 
3*9 

12 670 
»73 

13 340 

23 47w 

231 
12 606 

1 974 

6 441 
349 399 

1 606 
21 330 

4 604 

16 446 

3 616 

1 331 

3 490 



3 327 
224 



693 



623 
24 835 



Jar. .. 
to It 



1 198 



643 
2 914 
2 560 

377 



1 
8 720 
3 731 

18 573 
2 250 



16 323 

45 263 
20 659 

19 143 
5 460 



197 077 
1 654 



179 057 

14 719 



1 645 



26 633 

349 

12 670 

473 

13 MO 

23 474 

231 

12 606 

1 V7<* 

349 399 

Jl MM 

1 606 
21 330 

4 S04 

3 616 

14 831 

13 734 

i 490 



S 327 
224 



693 
1 620 

623 
24 633 



1 198 



---I 
2 914 

2 580 
377 

1 
6 720 

3 751 

4 465 
16 373 

2 250 

16 323 
45 263 

20 639 

19 143 

3 460 



197 077 

1 654 



179 057 
14 719 



1 645 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-11 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 





(In th 


)usands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, def 


nitions of Customs 


f.a.s., and c 


i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 






are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other 


subgroups) 














Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F 


a. s. 


value 




c 


.i.f. 


value 


Divi- 




Sub- 


Current 


Cumulative, 


Current 


Cumulati 


ve, 


Current 


Cumulative, 


sion 


Group 


group 




month 


Janua 


ry 


month 


January 


month 




January 














to date 






to dat 


e 






to date 








SECTION 6— MANUFACTURED GOODS CLASSIFIED 






























CHIEFLY BY MATERIAL— CONTINUED 
























67 


671 






556 


838 


556 


838 


543 


845 


543 


845 


598 


232 


598 232 




PIG IRON, SPONGE IRON, IRON AND STEEL POWDERS 












50 


002 


50 


002 


50 


132 


50 


132 


53 


294 


53 294 






671.2 


SPIEGELEISEN, PIG IRON, INCLUDING CAST IRON. . 


6 


197 


6 


197 


6 


203 


6 


203 


6 


837 


6 837 






671.3 


SPONGE IRON; IRON OR STEEL POWDERS, GRIT/ AND 


























672 


671.6 




3 

39 

3 


993 

811 
828 


3 

39 
3 


993 
811 
828 


4 

39 

3 


075 
853 
822 


4 

39 

3 


075 
853 
622 


4 

42 

4 


281 
175 

448 


4 281 






42 175 






4 448 






672.6 


INGOTS, BLOOMS, BILLETS, SLABS AND SHEET BARS 
OF IRON OR STEEL. EXCEPT ALLOY AND BARS OF 




























672.8 




1 


931 


1 


931 


1 


936 


1 


936 


2 


394 


2 394 




INGOTS, BLOOMS, BILLETS, SLABS AND SHEET BARS 












1 


897 


1 


897 


1 


886 


1 


866 


2 


053 


2 053 




673 




IRON OR STEEL BARS, RODS, ANGLES, SHAPES, AND 
































95 


297 


95 


297 


93 


570 


93 


570 


102 


629 


102 629 






673.1 


WIRE RODS OF IRON OR STEEL 


20 


723 


20 


723 


20 


445 


20 


445 


21 


997 


21 997 






673.2 


BARS, HOLLOW DRILL STEEL/ DEFORMED CONCRETE 
REINFORCING BARS, AND FLAT WIRE OF ALLOY 
STEEL. IF UNCOATED, OVER 0.01 INCH THICK, IF 
COATED, OVER .05 INCH THICK AND FLAT WIRE OF 






























OTHER THAN ALLOY STEEL, OVER 0.05 INCH THICK. 


24 


761 


24 


761 


24 


336 


24 


336 


26 


563 


26 563 






673.3 


ANGLES, SHAPES AND SECTIONS OF IRON OR STEEL* 
































49 


812 


19 


812 


48 


788 


48 


788 


54 


068 


54 068 




674 




IRON OR STEEL PLATES AND SHEETS, INCLUDING TIN 




























674.0 




212 
206 


263 
598 


212 
206 


263 

598 


205 

200 


636 

061 


205 
200 


636 
061 


227 

221 


168 
133 


227 168 






221 133 






674.7 




5 


664 


5 


664 


5 


575 


5 


575 


6 


034 


6 034 




675 


675.0 


IRON OR STEEL STRIP, AND FLAT WIRE, NSPF .... 


10 


295 


10 


295 


10 


107 


10 


107 


10 


860 


10 860 




676 


676.0 


IRON OR STEEL RAILS, JOINT BARS AND TIE PLATES . 


2 


646 


2 


646 


2 


649 


2 


649 


2 


766 


2 766 




677 


677.0 


IRON OR STEEL WIRE, EXCEPT FLAT WIRE AND INSU- 
































29 


072 


29 


072 


28 


725 


28 


725 


31 


459 


31 459 




678 




IRON OR STEEL PIPES, TUBES/ AND FITTINGS .... 


151 


965 


151 


965 


147 


746 


147 


746 


163 


993 


163 993 






678.1 






180 




180 




188 




188 




191 


191 






678.5 


IRON OR STEEL FITTINGS FOR PIPES AND TUBES . . 


9 


856 


9 


856 


9 


711 


9 


711 


10 


648 


10 648 






678.6 


IRON OR STEEL PIPES, TUBES, AND BLANKS .... 


141 


928 


141 


928 


137 


846 


137 


846 


153 


153 


153 153 




679 


679.3 


FORCINGS OF IRON OR STEEL, NOT MACHINED/ NOT 






























TOOLED, NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED AFTER FORGING . 


1 


466 


1 


466 


1 


'}53 


1 


453 


1 


611 


1 611 


68 


681 




silver, platinum and platinum group metals. 


425 


485 


425 


485 


424 


407 


424 


407 


434 


613 


434 613 










82 


017 


82 


017 


82 


021 


82 


021 


82 


400 


82 400 






681.1 


SILVER, UNWROUGHT OR SEMIMANUFACTURED, AND 






























REFINED SILVER BULLION. ... . 


27 


694 


27 


694 


27 


695 


27 


695 


27 


891 


27 891 






681.2 


PLATINUM AND PLATINUM GROUP METALS, UNWROUGHT 
































54 


322 


54 


322 


54 


326 


54 


326 


54 


508 


54 508 




682 




COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS, WROUGHT AND UNWROUGHT. 


54 


793 


54 


793 


54 


838 


54 


838 


57 


333 


57 333 






682.1 




24 


668 


24 


668 


24 


695 


24 


695 


25 


526 


25 5,16 






682.2 


COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS/ WROUGHT 


30 


124 


30 


124 


30 


142 


30 


142 


31 


807 


31 807 




683 




NICKEL AND NICKEL ALLOYS/ WROUGHT OR UNWROUGHT . 


32 


602 


32 


602 


31 


246 


31 


246 


33 


061 


33 061 






683.1 




24 


134 


24 


134 


22 


807 


22 


807 


24 


377 


24 377 






683.2 




8 


468 


8 


468 


8 


438 


8 


438 


6 


684 


8 684 




681 




ALUMINUM AND ALUMINUM ALLOYS/ WROUGHT OR 




























684.1 




109 

71 


570 
987 


109 

71 


570 
987 


109 
72 


190 
032 


109 
72 


190 
032 


112 
72 


383 
956 


112 383 




ALUMINUM AND ALUMINUM ALLOYS/ UNWROUGHT. . . . 


72 956 






684.2 




37 


582 


37 


582 


37 


158 


37 


158 


39 


426 


39 426 




685 




LEAD AND LEAD ALLOYS/ WROUGHT AND UNWROUGHT, . . 


13 


337 


13 


337 


13 


485 


13 


485 


13 


568 


13 568 






685.1 




13 


109 


13 


109 


13 


263 


13 


263 


13 


341 


13 341 






685.2 






228 




228 




222 




222 




226 


226 




686 




ZINC AND ZINC ALLOYS/ WROUGHT OR UNWROUGHT . . . 


29 


511 


29 


511 


30 


078 


30 


078 


30 


808 


30 808 






686.1 




29 


111 


29 


111 


29 


672 


29 


672 


30 


390 


30 390 






686.3 






400 




400 




406 




406 




417 


417 




687 




TIN AND TIN ALLOYS, WROUGHT AND UNWROUGHT. . . . 


70 


260 


70 


260 


70 


237 


70 


237 


70 


965 


70 965 






687.1 
687.2 




67 
2 


891 
368 


67 
2 


891 
368 


67 

2 


869 
368 


67 
2 


869 
368 


68 
2 


549 
416 


66 549 






2 416 




668 


688.0 


URANIUM AND THORIUM METAL, WROUGHT AND 




443 




443 




449 




449 




449 


449 




689 




BASE METALS AND BASE METAL ALLOYS/ NSPF/ 






























WROUGHT OR UNWROUGHT, AND WASTE AND SCRAP . . . 


32 


949 


32 


949 


32 


858 


32 


858 


33 


641 


33 641 






689.1 


MAGNESIUM, UNWROUGHT AND WROUGHT, INCLUDING 
ARTICLES, NOT COATED OR PLATED WITH PRECIOUS 
METAL; UNWROUGHT MOLYBDENUM, AND WASTE AND 
SCRAP; TANTALUM, AND TUNGSTEN/ WROUGHT OR UN- 
































1 


273 


1 


273 


1 


283 


1 


283 


1 


340 


1 340 






689.9 


BASE METALS, NSPF, UNWROUGHT AND WROUGHT; AND 
WASTE AND SCRAP; ARTICLES OF BASE METALS, 
NSPF, NOT COATED OR PLATED WITH PRECIOUS 
































31 
291 


675 

344 


31 

291 


675 
344 


31 
290 


574 
842 


31 

290 


574 

842 


32 
310 


301 
801 


32 301 


69 




310 801 




691 


691,1 


STRUCTURES AND STRUCTURAL PARTS, NSPF, OF METAL. 
IRON OR STEEL COLUMNS, PILLARS/ POSTS, BEAMS/ 
GIRDERS AND SIMILAR STRUCTURAL UNITS; BUILD- 


8 


040 


8 


040 


8 


060 


8 


060 


8 


327 


8 327 








INGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES OF IRON OR STEEL. . 


5 


027 


5 


027 


5 


000 


5 


000 


5 


196 


5 196 






691.2 


BUILDINGS, COLUMNS/ DOOR FRAMES AND OTHER 
STRUCTURES OF BASE METAL/ EXCEPT IRON OR 
































3 


013 


3 


013 


3 


059 


3 


059 


3 


131 


3 131 



1-12 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities -Continued 

(In thouandt ol dollin. Sm "Expiration ol Solatia" lor mform.iion on tovtngt. dau ol .mporui.on. dtf.mt.oni ol Cuiio.™ I • v «nd t . • M**m •*> »«'cm ol m» * Ww d»u »»m««iu»«ty»d tea than t»l 

•ni shown only undti Schtoute A ubaroup 990 md tuiudvd liom all ot»»> tuba/pupil 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



69 



Croup 



692 



693 

69<t 
695 

696 
697 



698 



699 



71 



Sub- 
group 



692.1 
692. q 



693.1 



693.2 

69U.0 



695.1 



695.3 
695. t 



696.0 
697.3 

697. q 

697.5 
697.6 

697.7 
697.8 
698.1 



699.1 



699.2 
699.3 



699. q 
699.6 



699.7 
699.8 

699.9 



Coaaodlty description 



Current 

1 fil h 



711 



711.1 



MANUFACTURES OF METAL, NSPF — CONTINUED 

METAL CONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT. . . . 
RESERVOIRS, TANKS AND OTHER CONTAINERS OF 
METAL- OVER 75 GALLONS, FOR STORAGE OR 

MANUFACTURING USE 

DRUMS, FLASKS, COLLAPSIBLE TUBES AND OTHER 
CONTAINERS OF METAL; METAL PRESSURE CONTAp.- 
ERS FOR TRANSPORT OR STORAGE OF COMPRESSED 

GAS 

HIRE PRODUCTS, EXCEPT INSULATED ELEC T RIC . . . . 
HIRE CABLES, ROPES, STRANDS AND SIMILAR 

ARTICLES, SOT INSULATED, OF METAL 

BARBED HIRE 

NAILS, SCREWS, NUTS, BOLTS, TACKS, haSh£RS, 
COTTERS, RIVETS AND OTHER FASTENERS OF BASE 
METAL 

tools for hand or machine use 

hand tools of the type jsed "il'^v in agri- 
culture, horticulture and forestry 

hand tools, nspf, of base metal 

tools for use in machines; interchangeable 
hand-machine tools; oies, kn[ves and cut- 
ting blaoes for poker or hand machines. . . . 
table flatware and cutlery; razors and blades; 
scissors, shears, manicure and pedicure : w - 

plehents; sets of tools 

household equipment of base metal, nspf 

heating and cooking apparatus of base metal, 
not electrically operated, and "etal pari 
thereof, nspf; instantaneous water heaters, 
and storage hater heaters and parts thereof . 
domestic utensils of iron or steel; household 
and sanitary articles, nspf, of iron or 
steel, including tin plated/ chrome plated, 

and enamel ware; steel hool 

toilet and sanitary hare, of iron or steel, 
nspf, not enameleo and not coated or plated 

kith precious metals 

enameled sanitary hare of iron or steel; 
copper cooking, kitchen, household and sani- 
TARY HARES, NOT COATED OR PLATED hITh 

PRECIOUS METALS 

ALUMINUM COOKING AND KITCHEN HARE AND ALUMI- 
NUM HOUSEHOLD AND SANITARY HARES, NSPF, NOT 

COATED OR PLATED KITH PRECIOUS "tTAL 

FOOD SLICERS, CHOPPERS, GRINDERS AND OTHER 
MECHANICAL APPLIANCES, NOT OVER 25 LBS. IN 

WEIGHT 

BASE METAL MANUFACTURES, NSPF, INCLUDING FOuR- 
DRINIER AND CYLINOER HIRES, GALVANIZED CHAIN- 
LINK FENCING, EXPANDED METAL, BASE METAL HIRE 
MESH; CLOTH, GAUZE, FABRIC SCREEN AND 
NETTING; BRADS, NAILS, SPIKES AND OTHER 

FASTENERS, NSPF 

FERROUS AND NONFERROUS METAL MANUFACTURES, 
NSPF; WROUGHT TUNGSTEN, AND WROUGHT MOLYBDENUM. 
LOCKS AND PADLOCKS; SAFES, STRONG BOXES, 
AND OTHER SECURITY BOXES; HARDWARE, NSPF, 

INCLUDING HINGES AND CASTERS 

CHAINS OF IRON OR STEEL 

BASE METAL PINS, NEEDLES/ HOOKS AND EYES, 
BUCKLES, CLASPS, HANDBAG FRAMES AND SNAP 

FASTENERS 

SPRINGS, INCLUDING HAIRSPRINGS* AND LEAVES 

FOR SPRINGS, OF METAL 

FLEXIBLE METAL HOSE OR TUBING; NON-ELECT*- | C 
BELLS AND GONGS; CROHN CORKS AND BOTTLE 
CAPS; SIGNS, NUMBERS, LETTERS; LEAD-TIN 
SOLDERS, AND FLUX COATED WELDING AND SOLDER- 
ING WIRES AND RODS; ALL THE FOREGOING OF 
METAL 

cast iron internal combustion engine parts, 
and other vehicle parts nspf, of iron or 
steel; cast iron articles, nspf 

copper chains and parts, not coated or plated 
with precious metal; articles, nspf, of tin, 
copper, lead, zinc, nickel, and other base 

METALS 

MOLYBDENUM, WROUGHT, AND TUNGSTEN, WROUGHT . . 



SECTION 7 — MACHINERY AND TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT , 

POWER GENERATING MACHINER" AND EQUIPMENT 

STEAM AND OTHER VAPOR GENERATING BOILERS/ AUXIL- 
IARY PLANT FOR USE THEREWITH, AND PARTS THERE- 
OF, NSPF 

STEAM AND OTHER VAPOR GENERATING BOILERS . . . 



6 783 
303 



6 439 
28 726 



27 646 
S78 



67 40W 
37 863 

1 868 
22 772 



13 221 



18 15<t 
27 718 



5 907 

13 313 
482 

4 57^ 

3 051 

389 



9 479 
87 173 



16 067 
9 313 



2 212 

20 364 



2 322 

31 761 



t 720 
390 



4 581 782 
303 842 



2 561 
72 



CUHlltlV/, 



6 783 



6 439 
28 726 

27 8«8 

878 



67 404 
37 863 

1 868 
22 772 



13 221 



18 l5<» 
27 718 



5 907 

13 313 

482 

4 57<* 

3 051 

3«9 



9 «79 

87 173 



16 067 
9 313 



2 212 

20 384 



2 322 

31 761 



4 720 
390 



4 581 782 
303 842 



2 561 
72 



I » 



Currant 
■oath 



CUaultt Ive 



6 810 
3*6 



28 272 

27 39« 
878 






1 67 
22 7J1 



13 1951 



18 203 
27 6*9 



5 90* 
13 210 

3 065 
392 



9 469 



16 116 
9 196, 



2 215 

20 510 



2 315 
31 871 



q 731 
389 



q 515 920 
302 398 



2 496 
76 



6 810 



6 «6« 

■ 

876 



67 239 
37 791 

I 67« 
22 721 






16 203 
27 6«9 



5 90« 

467 

4 561 

■ 

392 



9 469 

87 347 



16 116 
9 196 



c c.: 
20 510 



2 315 
31 871 



4 731 
389 



4 515 920 
302 398 



2 496 
76 






cuaui. 

Jar ... 



7 166 
364 



30 973 

29 99S 

978 



72 269 
39 798 

2 032 



13 632 



19 036 
31 207 



6 «14 
1« 851 

5 095 

3 392 

«30 



9 901 
92 096 



16 695' 

9 8*0 



2 396 
20 835 



2 465 
34 125' 34 125 



394 



5 095 

J94 



q 75q eo3 q 75q 803 

311 296 



::. 2M 



2 6561 2 656 
78| 78 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-13 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 





(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, dale of importation, def 


nitions of Customs 


f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Sh' 


pments valued less than $251 




are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded f 


om all other subgro 


ups) 










Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F.a.s. 


value 


C 


.i.f . 


value 












Cumulative, 




Cumulative, 






Cumulative, 


Divi- 




Sub- 




Curre 


nt 




Current 




Current 




sion 


Group 


group 




month 


January 
to date 


month 


January 
to date 


month 




January 
to date 




711 


711.7 


STEAM AND OTHER VAPOR GENERATING BOILERS/ AUXIL- 
IARY PLANT FOR USE THEREWITH/ ETC.— CONTINUED 
PARTS, NSPF, OF STEAM AND OTHER VAPOR GENERAT- 






















711.8 




2 


273 


2 273 


2 203 


2 203 


2 


354 


2 354 




AUXILIARY PLANT FOR USE WITH STEAM AND OTHER 










VAPOR GENERATING BOILERS; AND PARTS THEREOF/ 




















712 


712.0 






215 


215 


215 


215 




223 


223 




STEAM ENGINES « TURBINES; VAPOR POWER UNITS, 










NSPF (EXCEPT BOILERS); AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF . 


10 


967 


10 967 


11 003 


11 003 


11 


807 


11 807 




713 


713.1 


PISTON TYPE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES 

AIRCRAFT ENGINES, INTERNAL COMBUSTION, PISTON 


143 


163 


143 163 


143 031 


143 031 


145 


154 


145 154 






713.3 






253 


253 


253 


253 




266 


266 




PJSTON TYPE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES DE- 












5 


161 


5 161 


5 154 


5 154 


5 


414 


5 414 






713.5 


PISTON TYPE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES, NSPF. 


137 


747 


137 747 


137 623 


137 623 


139 


473 


139 473 




714 




AIRCRAFT TURBO-JET AND GAS TURBINE ENGINES; AND 


























28 


473 


28 473 


28 287 


28 287 


28 


385 


28 385 






714.6 


AIRCRAFT NON-PISTON TYPE ENGINES (INCLUDING 


























28 


318 


28 318 


28 157 


28 157 


28 


254 


28 254 






714.7 


NON-PISTON TYPE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES, 




















715 


715.0 


NSPF 


83 


155 
547 


155 
83 547 


130 
82 639 


130 
82 639 


86 


131 
817 


131 




PARTS, NSPF, OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES. . . 


86 817 




716 




ROTATING ELECTRIC PLANT AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF. 


28 


569 


28 569 


28 390 


28 390 


29 


647 


29 647 






716.3 


MOTOR GENERATORS AND ROTATING CONVERTERS . . . 


1 


140 


1 140 


1 153 


1 153 


1 


189 


1 189 






716.4 
























716.6 






108 


108 


109 


109 




113 


113 






716.9 


PARTS, NSPF, OF ROTATING ELECTRICAL PLANT. . . 


3 


380 


3 380 


3 357 


3 357 


3 


551 


3 551 




718 


718.8 


POWER GENERATING MACHINERY/ NSPF/ AND PARTS, 
























NSPF 


6 
346 


559 

894 


6 559 

346 894 


6 549 
341 080 


6 549 
341 080 


6 
360 


827 
378 


6 827 


72 


MACHINERY SPECIALISED FOR PARTICULAR INDUSTRIES. . 


360 378 




721 




AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL MACHINERY (EXCEPT 












1 












TRACTORS)/ IMPLEMENTS/ AND PARTS THEREOF/ NSPF. 


48 


216 


48 216 


44' 609 


44 609 


49 


847 


49 847 






721.1 


AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL MACHINERY FOR 
SOIL PREPARATION AND CULTIVATION; AND PARTS 
























THEREOF, NSPF 


7 


811 


7 811 


7 877 


7 677 


8 


168 


8 168 






721.2 


HARVESTING MACHINERY (INCLUDING EGG AND CROP 
























SORTING AND GRADING), AGRICULTURAL 


33 


169 


33 169 


29 426 


29 426 


34 


045 


34 045 






721.8 


DAIRY MACHINERY AND AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY AND 
APPLIANCES, NSPF; AND PARTS/ NSPF, OF THIS 




















722 






7 


236 


7 236 


7 305 


7 305 


7 


633 


7 633 




TRACTORS/ TRACKLAYING AND WHEEL TYPE, INCLUDING 












50 


073 


50 073 


49 944 


49 944 


52 


088 


52 088 






722.3 




2 


658 


2 658 


2 646 


: 2 646 


2 


757 


2 757 






722.4 


WHEELED TRACTORS, (EXCEPT TRUCK TRACTORS AND 
WAREHOUSE, DOCK, ETC. MATERIALS HANDLING 




















723 






47 


415 


47 415 


47 298 


47 298 


49 


331 


49 331 




CIVIL ENGINEERING AND CONTRACTORS' PLANT AND 










equipment (Except tractors); and parts, there- 






















723.6 




55 
21 


401 
850 


55 401 
21 850 


54 488 
21 258 


54 488 
21 258 


57 
22 


398 
366 


57 398 




civil ENGINEERSi AND CONTRACTORS! EQUIPMENT. . 


22 366 






723.9 


PARTS, NSPF, OF CIVIL ENGINEERS' AND CONTRAC- 


























33 


551 


33 551 


33 229 


33 229 


35 


032 


35 032 




724 




TEXTILE AND LEATHER WORKING MACHINERY; AND PARTS 






















724.3 


THEREOF, NSPF 


78 


427 


78 427 


1 77 757 


77 757 


81 


394 


81 394 




SEWING MACHINES; SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES; FUR- 










NITURE SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR SEWING 
























MACHINES; AND PARTS/ NSPF/ OF SEWING 








1 














724.4 


MACHINES 


23 


543 


23 543 


23 495 
1 


23 495 


24 


197 


24 197 




TEXTILE MACHINERY FOR EXTRUDING AND PROCESS- 










ING TEXTILE FIBERS; TEXTILE SPINNING, TWIST- 
























ING, THROWING AND REELING MACHINES; AND PARTS 






















724.5 


NSPF 


24 


923 


24 923 


24 463 


24 463 


25 


809 


25 809 




WEAVING, KNITTING, AND OTHER MACHINES FOR MAK- 










ING ARTICLES OF YARN; MACHINES FOR PREPARING 
























YARNS FOR USE ON SUCH MACHINES; MACHINERY FOR 
























THE MANUFACTURE OF FELT PIECES AND SHAPES . . 


16 


172 


16 172 


16 102 


16 102 


16 


990 


16 990 






724.6 


AUXILIARY MACHINES AND PARTS NSPF (INCLUDING 
NEEDLES), OF TEXTILE MACHINES (EXCEPT PARTS 


























6 


777 


6 777 


6 679 


6 679 


7 


059 


7 059 






724.7 


WASHING MACHINES (EXCEPT HOUSEHOLD); DRY 
CLEANING MACHINES, TEXTILE FINISHING MACHIN- 
ERY; TEXTILE PRINTING MACHINES; AND PARTS 


























6 


135 


6 135 


6 144 


6 144 


6 


423 


6 423 






724.8 


SHOE MACHINERY (EXCEPT SEWING); & PARTS, NSPF. 




875 


875 


872 


872 




913 


913 




725 




PULP AND PAPER MILL MACHINERY; PAPER CUTTING 
MACHINES AND OTHER MACHINERY FOR MAKING ARTI- 
























CLES OF PAPER; AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 


17 


914 


17 914 


17 599 


17 599 


18 


666 


18 686 






725.1 


MACHINERY FOR MAKING OR FINISHING CELLULOSIC 


























4 


517 


4 517 


4 519 


4 519 


4 


750 


4 750 






725.2 


MACHINERY FOR MAKING ARTICLES OF PULP, PAPER 


























a 


963 


8 963 


3 677 


8 677 


9 


276 


9 276 






725.9 


PARTS, NSPF, OF MACHINERY FOR MAKING PULP/ 
























PAPER, OR PAPERBOARD AND ARTICLES THEREOF . . 


4 


432 


4 432 


4 402 


H' 402 


4 


660 


4 660 




726 




PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING MACHINERY; AND PARTS 
























THEREOF, NSPF 


15 


100 


15 100 


15 115 


15 115 


15 


663 


15 663 






726.3 


TYPESETTING MACHINES; PRINTING BLOCKS/ PLATES, 




























592 


592 


592 


592 




614 


614 






726.4 




7 


063 


7 063 


7 086 


7 086 


7 


308 


7 308 



1-14 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 

(In thouondj ot dollm. Set "Explanition of Sunnier lor infomnuon on covrnot. dtn ol trnporuoor.. d«lwibom ol Cuion Hi and c. ■ I ftun. mt loaieat »l ana. •>■->' 

m tfiown onty under ScMdule A mibroup 990 end t.ctudrd Inn ell 8ftxibroot.il 



Commodity code 



Dlvl- 

i ■ ■ 



73 



79. 



Group 



726 



727 



728 



736 



737 



741 



Sub- 
group 



742 
7*3 



744 



745 



726.7 
726.8 

726.9 

727.1 
727.2 

728.1 
728.3 



728.6 



736.1 
736.2 
736.6 
736.8 
736.9 

737.1 



737.2 
737.3 



741.1 
741.2 
741.3 



741.5 
741.6 



742.5 



743.1 



743.5 
743.7 



743.8 



744.1 



744.2 



745.1 
745.2 



Coaaodlty description 



PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING «aCm!S£RY; AND PARTS 

thereof/ nspf— continued 

printing machinery* nspf 

bookbinding machinery (including book-se«ing> 

and parts thereof, nspf 

parts, nspf, of printing presses and other 

printing machinery, ns"f 

food processing machinery (except household) and 

parts thereof, nspf 

flour mill and grain mill machinery, and parts 

thereof, nspf 

food processing machinery, -.spc, and parts 

thereof, nspf 

machinery specialized for particular industries, 

nspf, and parts thereof, nspf 

machine tools {except metalworking ) , nsp-. 

parts thereof, nspf 

machinery for processing (sort, scref 1 ., iash 
etc.) i working (grinding, crushing, etc.) 
minerals in solid form or for agglomerating 
s molding ceramic paste, plastering -aterials 
or other mineral products in powder or paste 

form; 4 parts thereof, nspf 

machinery specialized fo" particular indus- 
TRIAL, nspf, and parts thereof, nspf 



Cuatoefea value 



Current 
•on in 



METAL»ORKING MACHINERY 

MACHINE TOOLS FOR WORKING «ETAL OR »*£TAl CAR- 
BIDES, AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF , 

METAL-CUTTING MACHINE TOOLS , 

METAL FORMING MACHINE TOOlS , 

METAL»0RKING MACHINE TOC^S, NSPf , 

WORKHOLDERS AND T00LHOLDERS FOR «AChINE TOOlS, 
PARTS, NSPF, OF METAl«CR*1N& MACHINE TOOLS . , 
METALWORKING MACHINERY, EXCEPT MACHINE TOOLS . , 
CASTING MACHINES OF THE KIND USED I*. METAL 
FOUNDRIES; CONVERTERS, LACLES, AND INGOT 
MOLDS; AND PARTS OF CASTING MACHINES. .... 
ROLLING MILLS; ROLLS FCR AND PARTS NSPF, OF 

ROLLING MILLS 

WELOING, CUTTING, BRAZING, SOLDERING AND SUR- 
FACE TEMPERING "ACHINES, AND PARTS T"EBt .'■ . 
NSPF 

GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT, MSPFj 

AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 

HEATING AND COOLING E0U1PMENT (EXCEPT REFRIGER- 
ATORS AND REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT); AND PARTS 

NSPF 

GAS GENERATORS WITH ANC WITHOUT PURIFIERS, 

AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 

INDUSTRIAL FURNACE BURNERS, RELATED APPLIAN- 
CES; AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 

INDUSTRIAL AND LABORATORY FURNACES AND OVENS; 
INDUCTION AND DIELECTRIC HEATING EC.: 

AND PARTS, NSPF 

AIR-CONDITIONERS AND AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIP- 
MENT, AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 

INDUSTRIAL AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT FOR 
TREATMENT OF MATERIALS BY PROCESSES INVOLVING 
A CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE; AND PARTS THEREOF, 
NSPF 

pumps for liquids, and parts thereof, nspf . . . 
pumps (except pumps for liouids>; compressors; 
fans and blowers; centrifuges; filtering appa- 
ratus, and parts thereof, nspf 

a]r s gas compressors including refrigeration 

4 air-conditioning types 

centrifuges and parts thereof, nspf 

air and vacuum pumps and parts thereof, n5pfj 
fans and blowers and parts thereof, nspf; and 

parts nspf of compressors 

filtering and purifying machinery, and parts 
thereof, nspf; and parts, nspf, cf air and 

gas compressors 

mechanical handling equipment 

fork-lift trucks and other mechanically pro- 
pelled work trucks of the type used in ware- 
houses, factories, dock areas or airports for 
short distance hauling; and parts thereof, 

NSPF 

LIFTING, LOADING AND HANDLING EQUIPMENT, NSPF . 
NON-ELECTRIC MACHINERY, TOOLS AND MECHANICAL 

APPARATUS, NSPF, AND PARTS, NSPF 

HAND TOOLS, PNEUMATIC OR WITH SELF-CONTAINED 

NON-ELECTRIC MOTORS AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF . 

NON-ELECTRIC MACHINERY & MECHANICAL APPARATUS, 

NSPF; & PARTS THEREOF, NSPF 



1 069 

2 936 

3 *37 
9 541 

930 

8 611 

72 218 

7 563 



» 895 

59 739 

107 266 

96 729 

56 817 

10 821 

9 055 

3 699 

14 335 

10 537 



Jenuao 
to data 



3 113 

3 365 

4 061 

289 971 

30 524 

40 

186 

3 614 

5 406 



21 276 
28 722 



38 165, 



8 076 
3 861 



21 139 



5 068 

43 051 



15 652 
27 399 

39 513 

18 654 
20 859 



1 069 

2 936 

3 437 
9 5*1 

930 

6 611 
72 218 

7 563 



I 8 9» 

59 739 

107 266 

96 729 
58 817 

9 055 
3 699 

1- 335 

3 110 

3 365 

4 061 

289 971 

30 524 

90 

186 

3 614 

5 406 



21 276 
28 722 



36 165 

8 076 
3 881 



21 139 



5 068 
43 051 



15 652 
27 399 

39 513 

18 654 
20 859 






Current 



1 071 

2 926 

3 «36 
9 527 

928 

6 599 
72 038 

7 549 



4 867 

59 599 

105 754 



unullt Ivr 

January 



94 901 

58 176-! 



10 241 

9 034 

13 774 

10 853 



3 468 

3 319 

4 065 

282 870 

29 837 

40 

166 

3 555 

5 417 



20 637 
28 <.56 



37 779 

8 C79 
3 6«3 



20 986 



5 070 

42 795 



15 573 
27 221 

39 351 

18 519 

20 832 



2 926 

3 «36 
9 527 

92* 

6 599 
72 03* 

■ 



4 667 

59 599 

105 754 

• 

10 241 

9 034 

3 674 

13 774 

10 653 

3 466 

4 065 

29 637 

40 

166 

3 555 



28 «56 



37 •'79 



8 079" 
3 643) 



20 986 



5 070 
42 795 



15 573 
27 221 

39 351 

18 519 

20 832 



.\jt rer.i 



1 103 

3 034 

J 603 

» 973 
964 

9 006 

75 325 

7 959 



5 354 

62 Oil 

112 197 

100 653 

61 973 

11 226 

3 777 

11 3* J 



3 606 

3 502 

I 232 

301 107 

32 315 
41 

3 764 

5 620 



22 696 

29 575 



cuaulillx 
January 
to data 



39 72fc 



8 Ml 
3 983 



21 943 



5 387 

45 944 



16 809 

29 135 

-. MS 

19 147 

2: 7 ;' 



40 662 
19 .-" 
21 715 



JANUARY 1979 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 










1-15 




Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 








(In thousands of dollars. Sec "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs 


f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Sh 


pments valued less than $251 




are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 










Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F.a.s. 


value 




C.i.f 


value 


Divi- 




Sub- 


Current 


Cumulative. 


Current 


Cumulati 


ve, 


Current 


Cumulative, 


sion 


Group 


group 




month 


January 


month 


January 


month 


January 












to date 




to dat 


e 




to date 


74 


7i»7 


747.1 


GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT* NSPF, 
AND PARTS THEREOF, NSPF--C0NTINUED 
REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS AND COMBINATION REFRIG- 
ERATOR/FREEZERS; « REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT, 
























12 908 


12 908 


12 890 


12 


690 


14 364 


14 364 




7*9 




NON-ELECTRIC PARTS AND ACCESSORIES OF MACHINERY, 




















749.1 




97 084 


97 084 


91 760 


91 


760 


98 317 


98 317 


BALL AND ROLLER BEARINGS; BALL AND ROLLERS FOR 










BEARINGS, AND OTHER PARTS OF BALL AND ROLLER 




















749.2 




36 513 


36 513 


31 756 


31 


756 


35 637 


35 637 


TAPS, COCKS, VALVES, AND SIMILAR DEVICES; AND 












32 195 


32 195 


31 849 


31 


849 


33 186 


33 186 






749.3 


TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT FOR AGRICULTUR- 
AL EQUIPMENT, MOTOR VEHICLES, AND AIRCRAFT) 
INGLUDING GEARS, GEAR BOXES, PULLEYS, SPEED 
























14 601 


14 601 


14 386 


14 


386 


15 137 


15 137 






749.9 


OTHER NON-ELECTRIC PARTS AND ACCESSORIES OF 
MACHINERY, NSPF (INCLUDING MOLDS) 
















75 






OFFICE MACHINES AND AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING 


















751 






204 500 
101 209 


204 500 
101 209 


202 779 
100 854 


202 
100 


779 
854 


210 017 

104 705 


210 017 






104 705 






751.1 


TYPEWRITERS (EXCEPT TYPEWRITERS INCORPORATING 
























30 524 


30 524 


30 410 


30 


410 


31 226 


31 226 






751.2 


CALCULATORS, ADDING MACHINES, CASH REGISTORS, 
AND OTHER OFFICE MACHINES INCORPORATING A 




















751.8 




37 505 
33 179 


37 505 
33 179 


37 647 
32 796 


37 
32 


647 
796 


39 230 

34 246 


39 230 






34 248 




753 


753.0 


ACCOUNTING, COMPUTING, AND OTHER DATA PROCESS- 


















759 






42 120 


42 120 


41 345 


41 


345 


42 835 


42 835 




PARTS, NSPF, OF OFFICE MACHINES AND AUTOMATIC 












61 169 


61 169 


60 579 


60 


579 


62 476 


62 476 






759.1 


PARTS, NSPF, OF TYPEWRITERS AND OTHER NON-CAL- 
























16 293 


16 293 


16 149 


16 


149 


16 651 


16 651 






759.9 


FERRITE CORE MEMORIES AND OTHER PARTS, NSPF OF 
AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING MACHINES AND OFFICE 
MACHINES INCORPORATING A CALCULATING MECHA- 
























44 876 


44 876 


44 430 


44 


430 


45 824 


45 824 


76 


TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND SOUND RECORDING AND REPRO- 












498 859 


498 859 


497 131 


497 


131 


516 184 


516 184 




761 


761.0 


TELEVISION RECEIVERS AND COMBINATION UNITS IN- 
























101 938 


101 938 


101 139 


101 


139 


105 542 


105 542 




762 


762.0 


RADIO RECEIVERS, AM 4 AM/FM, WHETHER OR NOT CA- 
PABLE OF RECEIVING ANY OTHER BANDS; AND COMBI- 
























135 063 


135 063 


135 453 


135 


453 


140 387 


140 387 




763 




RECORD PLAYERS, PHONOGRAPHS, DICTATION AND OTHER 
SOUND RECORDERS AND REPRODUCERS; TELEVISION 
IMAGE (VIDEO) AND SOUND RECORDERS AND REPRODUC- 




















763.1 




92 623 


92 623 


92 690 


92 


690 


95 336 


95 336 




PHONOGRAPHS, RECORD PLAYERS, AUTOMATIC RECORD 












13 493 


13 493 


13 488 


13 


488 


14 121 


14 121 






763.8 


SOUND AND TELEVISION IMAGE (AUDIO AND VIDEO) 
























79 130 


79 130 


79 202 


79 


202 


81 214 


81 214 




764 




TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, NSPF; AND PARTS, 
NSPF, OF TELEVISION RECEIVERS, RADIO RECEIVERS, 
SOUND AND TELEVISION IMAGE RECORDERS AND REPRO- 






















DUCERS, AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT NSPF . 


169 233 


169 233 


167 848 


167 


848 


174 918 


174 918 






764.2 


MICROPHONES, LOUDSPEAKERS, AUDIOFREQUENCY 
ELECTRIC AMPLIFIERS, HEADPHONES, EARPHONES, 
AND COMBINATIONS OF ELECTRIC SOUND 




















764.3 




33 080 

13 949 


33 080 

13 949 


33 176 

13 953 


33 

13 


176 

953 


35 418 
14 311 


35 418 




RADIO TRANSMITTERS AND TRANSCEIVERS 


14 311 






764.4 


ELECTRIC LINE TELEPHONE & TELGRAPH EQUIPMENT; 
























21 199 


21 199 


20 650 


20 


650 


21 715 


21 715 






764.8 


RADIO RECEIVERS, NSPF (EXCEPT AM, FM, AND 
AM/FM); TELEVISION CAMERAS; RADAR APPARATUS; 
RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AIDS; AND TELECOMMUNICA- 
























16 080 


16 080 


16 080 


16 


080 


16 491 


16 491 






764.9 


PARTS, NSPF OF RADIO RECEIVERS; TELEVISION 
RECEIVERS; PHONOGRAPHS AND OTHER SOUND RE- 
CORDING AND REPRODUCING EQUIPMENT; AND OTHER 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT (EXCEPT LINE 
























84 923 


84 923 


83 987 


83 


987 


86 981 


86 981 


77 


ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES, 












476 719 


476 719 


474 135 


474 


135 


490 083 


490 083 




771 




ELECTRICAL POWER MACHINERY, EXCEPT ROTATING, AND 




















771.1 




20 185 
5 428 


20 185 
5 428 


20 209 
5 449 


20 
5 


209 
449 


20 860 
5 669 


20 860 






5 669 






771.2 


ELECTRICAL POWER MACHINERY, EXCEPT ROTATING, 
NSPF, AND PARTS, NSPF OF TRANSFORMERS AND 






















NON-ROTATING ELECTRICAL POWER MACHINERY . . . 


14 756 


14 756 


14 759 


14 


759 


15 190 


15 190 




772 




ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR MAKING, BREAKING, OR 
PROTECTING ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS, OR MAKING CON- 
NECTIONS TO OR IN ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS; FIXED OR 
VARIABLE RESISTORS; PRINTED CIRCUITS; SWITCH- 
BOARDS (EXCEPT TELEPHONE) AND CONTROL PANELS; 
























67 073 


67 073 


66 472 


66 


472 


69 007 


69 007 



1-16 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 

(In thousandi of doll«n Set "E«pl»n«tion ol Sutima" lot inlomwion on umnj, d»» ot — *•» &>•■»••»» .*»<! ■"» »« W4I 

in rtown only unati Sch»d j4 A ubfioup SM tno t • 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



Group 



?a 



773 



774 



775 



776 



778 



79 






781 
782 



783 



78"* 



785 



788 



791 



772.1 

772.2 
772.3 

773.1 

773.2 



774.1 
774,2 



775.1 
775.4 

775.7 
775.8 



776.1 
776.2 
776.3 

776.4 

776.8 



778.1 
778.2 
778.3 

778.4 
778.8 

781.0 



782.1 
782.2 



783.1 
783.2 



784.1 
784.2 



785.1 
785.2 
785.5 
788.0 

791.3 

791.6 
791.7 

791.8 



Coawodlty doacrii 












Electrical apparatus for »aking, breaking, or 
protecting electrical circuits, etc.— conl 

CIRCUIT BREAKERS, SkITChES, FUSES, CONNECTORS 

and other electrical apparatus f 

breaking or protecting electrical circuits. . 

printed circuit boards 

fixed and variable resistors and parts, nspf . 
equipment for distributing electa .... 

INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS (»:RF 4 CABlE) 

- - or without fittings 

insulated Electrical c of 

IRON OR STEEL AND ElE I ISULATORS - 

insulating fittings for electr: 
Electrical apparatus for medical purpose^ 

radiological apparatus 

electro-medical apparatus (except radiol 

cad and parts tmereo* , 

x-ray apparatus and parts thereof, nspf, 
other apparatus based on the use of radio- 
active substances, and parts thereof, nspf. . 

HOUSEHOLD TyPE E0u1P u Ent, '.spf, ElEC ' 

NON-ELECTRICAl 

HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY EOUI c ' Ml 

shavers, hair clippers, « sciss. ■ elf- 

CONTAINEO ELECTPIC »0T0«; « PARTS NSPF. . . . 
ElECTRO-MEChANICAl APPLIANC , 

eltctrc-thermic appliances, nsw 

electronic tubes; diodes, t« other 
semlcondutor devices; integrated circ 
mounted piezo-electric cr^ parts, 
nspf of these :c component. 

TELEVISION PICTURE TUBES, CAThC • 

ELECTRONIC TUBES, NSFF 

DIODES. TRANSISTORS AND SIM] 

OEVICES; AND PHOTOCELL 

ELECTRONIC INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND MICRO 

CUITS 

mounted piezo-electric crystals; *nd pa- 
nspf, of Electronic - -: conduct: 

and related electronic components 

Electrical machinery and apparatus, nspf .... 

batteries and electric accumulators; and parts 

THEREOF 

ELECTRIC LAMPS (BULBS), INCLUDING PHOTO-FLASH 
LAMPS; AND PARTS THEREC C , NSPF 

electrical lighting e. r c« motor 
hicles, and electrical eouipment, nspf, for 
"-rnal combustion engines 

tools for wcf- iii lf-com- 

tained electric motors; and parts, nspf . . . 

electrical machinery ii - nsw . . . 

road vehicles 

passenger motor cars (Except buses) including 
vehicles for the transport of passenges 4 goods 
motor vehicles for the transport of goods and 
materials; AND SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES . . . . 

automotive trucks 

special purpose vehicles (e.g. fire engines, 
street cleaners, mobile x-ray units, etc.). . 

Road motor vehicles, nspf 

motor buses 

truck trac t 0rs, impcrtec without trailers. . . 

booies and chassis for road motor vehicles and 

tractors (agricultural « construction types) . 

chassis for road motor vehicles and tractors . 

bodies for road motor vehicles and tractors. . 

motorcycles, motor scooters, and adult cycles; 

and parts therof, nspf 

motorcycles, motor scooters and other motor- 
IZED CvCLES 

CYCLES, ADULT (INCLUDING BICYCLES KITH BOTH 

WHEELS OVER 25 INCHES), NON-MOTORIZED . . . . 
PARTS, NSPF, OF HOTORCYCLES, OTHER MOTORIZED 

AND NON-MOTORIZED CYCLES 

PARTS, NSPF, OF ROAD MOTOR VEHICLES, TRACTORS, 
AND MATERIALS HANDLING EOUIPMENT 



OTHER TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT 

RAILWAY VEHICLES AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT. . . . 
RAILWAY VEHICLES DESIGNED TO CARRY PERSONS OR 

ARTICLES, SElF-oroPELLEO 

LOCOMOTIVES AND TENDERS, RAILWAY 

PASSENGER, MAIL, BAGGAGE, FREIGHT AND OTHER 

RAILWAY CARS, NOT SELF-PROPELLED 

WORKSHOPS, CRANES, AND OTHER RAILWAY SERVICE 
VEHICLES 



- 

10 
25 


495 

• 


10 900 


. 


• 


53 205 

.: if 
26 566 


23 




23 973 




23 617 




1 




1 561 




I 551 


1 651 










■ 










' 


5 015 


5 252 



2 246 
29 339 



6 so: 






16 651 
100 453 

10 063 

5 538 

52 446 

- 599 

1 911 

136 366 

133 503 

2 863 
70 547 

12 155 
58 392 

153 300 

124 241 

29 058 

122 512 

103 820 

2 963 

15 727 

337 960 

105 129 
23 597 

2 316 

25 

13 693 
7 562 



10 969 
29 339 



196 755 
2 074 






16 651 
1C 

5 538 

52 446 

- 599 

J 911 

136 366 
133 503 

2 863 
70 547 

12 155 
58 392 

153 300 

121 2«1 

29 058 

122 512 
103 820 

2 963 j 

15 727 

337 960 

105 129 
23 597 

2 316 

25 

13 693 1 
7 562 



11 005 



197 620 

143 607, 



10 760 
21 357 



5 

52 

2 205 
1 403 

2 
60 

a 

- 

151 
123 

27 

122 

103 

2 

IS 

339 

104 
23 



13 

7 



541 
075 

094 

57 2 

581 
760 

821 
015 
206 
809 

793 
861 

• 24 

722 

til 
607 

370 
25 

713 



16 61) 

• 
147 

2 247 
11 009 






16 364 
99 760 

10 760 

10 024 

21 357 



5 
52 

2 205 

. 

2 

60 
12 

-" 

151 
123 

27 

122 

2 

15 

339 

. - 
23 



572 

760 

821 

015 
206 
809 

793 
661 
932 

. 

963 

624 

722 

675 
607 

370 
25 

713 

ta99 



17 574 

45 430 

163 

31 205 



201 274 
6 003 



16 630 

104 095 

22 402 



5 

136 

136 

2 
71 
12 
58 

167 
135 

129 
109 
3 
16 
352 
107 



674 
135 

090 

626 
216 
430 
766 

379 

321 

377 

• 
It 






1 466 227 



! 

24 059 

26 

13 713 
7 893 



JANUARY 1979 U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 












1-17 




Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 








(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs 


f.a.s., and c. 


.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than S25 1 




are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other 


subgro 


jps) 










Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F.a.s. 


value 




C.i.f 


value 


Divi- 




Sub- 


Current 


Cumulative, 


Current 


Cumulati 


ve, 


Current 


Cumulative; 


sion 


Group 






month 


January 


month 


January 


month 


January 














to date 




to dat 


e 




to date 


79 


792 




other transport equipment—continued 
aircraft and associated equipment; and parts. 
























792.5 
792.8 




64 
26 


857 
036 
175 


64 
26 


857 

036 
175 


64 430 

26 038 

175 


64 
26 


430 
038 
175 


65 161 

26 214 

190 


65 161 




26 214 


AIRCRAFT AND SPACECRAFT, EXCEPT AIRPLANES. . . 


190 






792.9 


PARTS, NSPF, OF AIRCRAFT AND SPACECRAFT. . . . 


38 


646 


38 


646 


38 215 


38 


215 


38 757 


38 757 




793 


793.2 


PLEASURE BOATS, INCLUDING RACING SHELLS AND 


14 


046 


14 


046 


14 030 


14 


030 


15 423 


15 423 










13 


298 


13 


298 


13 279 


13 


279 


14 669 


14 669 






793.8 


BUOYS, BEACONS, RAFTS S FLOATING STRUCTURES. . 




748 




748 


750 




750 


754 


754 


81 


799 
812 


799.5 




2 
1 632 


627 
750 


2 
1 632 


627 
750 


2 607 

1 619 691 


2 
1 619 


607 
691 


2 757 
1 731 472 


2 757 


SECTION 8— MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURED 






1 731 472 


LIGHTING FIXTURES, FITTINGS, AND PARTS, NSPF; 








612.2 




13 


180 
698 


13 


180 
698 


13 238 
728 


13 


238 
728 


14 488 
769 


14 488 




769 






812.4 


LIGHTING FIXTURES AND FITTINGS, LAMPS, LAN- 




























12 


482 


12 


482 


12 509 


12 


509 


13 719 


13 719 


82 


821 


821.3 


FURNITURE DESIGNED FOR MEDICAL, SURGICAL OR DEN- 
TAL USE (INCLUDING WHEEL CHAIRS), BEAUTY OR 
BARBER SHOP CHAIRS, AND PARTS THEREOF; BED- 
SPRINGS. MATTRESSES, PILLOWS, CUSHIONS AND SIM- 


77 


407 


77 


407 


77 586 


77 


586 


85 751 


85 751 








ILAR FURNISHINGS, AND FEATHER SLEEPING BAGS . . 


1 


285 


1 


285 


1 290 


1 


290 


1 370 


1 370 






821.8 




76 


122 


76 


122 


76 296 


76 


296 


84 380 


84 380 


83 


831 


831.0 


TRAVEL GOODS, HANDBAGS, AND SIMILAR ARTICLES . . . 


45 


221 


45 


221 


45 330 


45 


330 


49 795 


49 795 


8<t 






WEARING APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES; AND ARTICLES 




























490 


162 


490 


162 


494 279 


494 


279 


530 073 


530 073 




842 




MEN'S AND BOYS' OUTER GARMENTS (EXCEPT SHIRTS) 




























67 


653 


67 


653 


68 342 


68 


342 


72 047 


72 047 






842,1 


MEN'S AND BOYS' COATS (EXCEPT SUIT-TYPE), 
INCLUDING RAINCOATS, OF TEXTILE FIBERS, 
























842.2 




11 


036 


11 


036 


11 114 


11 


114 


11 836 


11 836 


MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS, OF WOOL OR OF MANMADE 












12 


448 


12 


448 


12 554 


12 


554 


13 232 


13 232 






842.3 


MEN'S AND BOYS' TROUSERS, SLACKS, AND SHORTS, 


























OF COTTON, WOOL OR MANMADE FIBERS, NOT KNIT . 


29 


675 


29 


675 


30 089 


30 


089 


31 614 


31 614 






842.4 


MEN'S AND BOYS' SUIT-TYPE SPORT COATS AND 
JACKETS, OF COTTON, WOOL OR MANMADE FIBERS, 
























842.6 




6 


252 


6 


252 


6 292 


6 


292 


6 627 


6 627 


MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESSING GOWNS AND OTHER 










OUTER WEARING APPAREL OF WOOL, NOT KNIT . . . 




142 




142 


144 




144 


152 


152 






842.7 


MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESSING GOWNS AND OTHER 
OUTER WEARING APPAREL OF MANMADE FIBERS, 
























842.8 




5 


612 


5 


612 


5 647 


5 


647 


5 967 


5 967 




MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESSING GOWNS AND OTHER 










OUTER WEARING APPAREL OF COTTON, NSPF, NOT 






















843 






2 


484 


2 


484 


2 499 


2 


499 


2 616 


2 616 




WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTSi OUTER WEARING 










APPAREL, OF COTTON, WOOL, OR MANMADE OR OTHER 




























142 


549 


142 


549 


144 090 


144 


090 


155 009 


155 009 






843.1 


WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTS' COATS (INCLUDING 
RAINCOATS) OF COTTON, WOOL, OR MANMADE 
























843.3 




29 


160 


29 


160 


29 385 


29 


385 


31 494 


31 494 




WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTS' DRESSES, OF 










COTTON, WOOL, OR MANMADE FI8ERS, NOT KNIT . . 


3 


869 


3 


869 


3 881 


3 


881 


4 206 


4 206 






843.4 


WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTS' SKIRTS, OF WOOL, 




























4 


695 


4 


695 


4 732 


4 


732 


5 136 


5 136 






843.7 


GARMENTS FOR RAINWEAR; OTHER OUTER WEARING 
APPAREL, NSPF, FOR WOMEN, GIRLS AND INFANTS, 


























NOT KNIT 


104 


824 


104 


824 


106 090 


106 


090 


114 171 


114 171 




844 




MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS OF COTTON, WOOL OR 
MANMADE FIBERS, NOT KNIT; MEN'S AND BOYS' 
NIGHTWEAR, AND OTHER UNDERWEAR, NSPF, NOT 
KNIT, OF TEXTILE MATERIALS; WOMEN'S, GIRLS' 
AND INFANTS' NIGHTWEAR, AND OTHER UNDERWEAR, 




























48 


490 


48 


490 


48 846 


48 


846 


53 509 


53 509 






844.1 


MEN'S AND BOYS'SHIRTS OF COTTON, WOOL OR 




























45 


043 


45 


043 


45 405 


45 


405 


49 882 


49 882 






844.2 


MEN'S AND BOYS' PAJAMAS AND OTHER NIGHTWEAR, 
OF COTTON OR MANMADE FIBERS, NOT KNIT; MEN'S 
AND BOYS' OTHER UNDERWEAR, NSPF, OF TEXTILE 
























844.3 


FIBERS 


2 


064 


2 


064 


2 069 


2 


069 


2 172 


2 172 




WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTS PAJAMhS AND OTHER 










NIGHTWEAR, OF COTTON, NOT KNIT; WOMEN'S, 


























GIRLS' AND INFANTS' OTHER UNDERWEAR, NSPF, 




























1 


381 


1 


381 


1 370 


1 


370 


1 454 


1 454 




845 


845.5 


SWEATERS AND OTHER OUTER WEARING APPAREL, MEN'S 
AND BOYS', OF TEXTILE MATERIALS, KNIT; SKIRTS, 
SWEATERS, DRESSES, AND OTHER OUTER WEARING 
APPAREL, WOMEN'S, GIRLS' AND INFANTS', OF 




























84 


901 


84 


901 


85 794 


85 


794 


92 566 


92 566 



1-18 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities Continued 



(In thouandi ol dolleu. See "Explanation of Simma" toi information on emerge. daw ol imponjtwm. Hi 

in diowti only undti ScMOula A Kbfioup S90 and tiduoVd I'om ail »»n Hibroi*!) 



»i»u>if»»«ii.*«ta 



Commodity code 



Divi- 
sion 



Croup 



84 



BS 

87 



846 



847 



848 



Sub- 
group 



851 

871 
872 
873 

874 



68 



881 



882 



883 
884 



885 



846.2 
846.5 

846.8 

847.1 

847.2 

848.1 
848.2 
848.3 
848.4 

851.0 

671.0 
872.0 



873.1 
873.2 



874.1 
874.2 

874.3 

874.4 
874.5 
874.7 



881.1 
881.2 

881.3 

882.1 
882.2 

883.1 
884,1 
884.2 
885.1 



Coaaaodlty d»«crlptlo 



HEARING APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES; AND ARTICLES 
MADE OF FUR--C0NTINUED 

UNDERGARMENTS, KNIT 

MENiS AND BOYS' KNIT SHJRTS, OF COTTON, 

INCLUDING T-SHIRTS 

BRASSIERES, CORSETS, GARTERS, AND OTHER 
BODY-SUPPORTING GARMENTS OF TEXTILE 

MATERIALS/ KNIT 

UNDERGARMENTS (INCLUDING SHIRTS), OF 

TEXTILE MATERIALS, NSPFa 

CLOTHING ACCESSORIES OF TEXTILE FABRICS 

HANDKERCHIEFS; Vt | "-ERS, SCARVES 
SHA«LS; NECKTIES; AND GLOVES OF TEXTILE 

MATERIALS. NSPF, NOT ICHM 

GLOVES AND GLOVE LININGS, HOSIERY, 

MATERIALS, NSPF, KNIT , 

CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES OF LEATHER, FUR OR 
TEXTILE MATERIALS; GLOVES AND WEARING APPAREl 

of rubber or plastics , 

gloves, belts and other hearing apparel, 

of leather, nspf 

gloves and hearing apparel of rubber or 

plastics, includin6 rainhear, nspf 

fur clothing and other articles of fur, 

except headhear 

headhear of all materials, (includin6 

RUBBER CR PLASTICS), >.S p F, ExCE"T HAT b 

FOOTWEAR, NEK, EXCEPT MILITARY AND ORTHOPEDIC. . , 

PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CONTP ; L . . ;TRu- 

MEnTS/ AND APPARATUS, NSPF 

OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS l\T ;0PARATuS, AND PAPTS 

THEREOF, NSPF 

MEDICAL INSTR'JMEN-S AND APPLIANCES, EXCEPT 

ELECTRO-MEDICAL 

METERS AND COUNTERS; f-iPf 

gas s liouid supply "ete-s 

revolution and production counters, taximeters, 
mlleometers and similar devices; speed i 

cators 4 tachometers, non-electric 

measuring, checking, analysing and contrc. 
instruments, nspf, and parts thereof, . - 
parts, nspf, of meters and counters, nspf . . . 

surveying, hydrograp-ic, neteokolmicaLj 
hydrological and geophysical instruments, 
non-electric; navigational instruments, n 
electric; compasses 

drawing, marking-out and mathematical calcu- 
lating instruments, drafting machines* ; i 
graphs, slide rules, disc calculators a . 
like; measuring or checking instruments or 
appliances, non-electric, and parts, n$ p f . . 

instruments and apparatus, non-electric, for 
measuring, checking or controlling liquids 
or gases; or for controlling temperature. . . 

instruments or apparatus for physical or 
ical analysis, non-electric; and parts, nspf. 

measuring, controlling, and scientific instru- 
ments, non-electric, nspf, and parts, nspf. . 

electric or electronic measuring, checking, 
analysing, or automatic controlling instru- 
ments, and parts thereof, nspf 

photographic apparatus/ eouipment and supplies; 

optical goods, nspf; hatches and clocks 

photographic apparatus and eouipment 

photographic cameras (other than motion-pic- 
ture), and parts thereof, nspf; photographic 

flash-lighting apparatus 

motion-picture cameras, projectors, sound re- 
corders and reproducers/ and parts thereof, 

NSPF 

PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT, NSPF . . 

PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 

PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS 

PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM AND PAPER, UNEXPOSED; AND X- 
RAY FILM, EXPOSED/ WHETHER OR NOT DEVELOPED . 
MOTION-PICTURE FILM, EXPOSED/ WHETHER OR NOT 

DEVELOPED 

OPTICAL GOODS, NSPF 

LENSES, PRISMS, MIRRORS AND OTHER OPTICAL ELE- 
MENTS, OF ANY MATERIAL, EXCEPT ELEMENTS OF 

GLASS NOT OPTICALLY WORKED 

SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE FRAMES/ INCLUDING 
PARTS OF FRAMES 
HATCHES AND CLOCKS/ " ANd'paRTs'thEREOF '. ! ! ! ! ! 
WATCHES/ WATCH MOVEMENTS/ HATCH CASES, AND 
PARTS OF WATCH CASES 



■on tli 



Cumi.- 
Jtnuory 



- 
16 961 

8 464 

64 321 

U 666 

9 902 

1 765 

55 151 

J4 572 
12 330 

2 6*2 
5 606 

66 163 
10 003 
16 169 

3 901 ] 
55 619 

3 73C 



1 949 
1 630 

37 ioe 



213 694l 

70 560i 



61 20«| 



4 893 
29 357 

28 923 

1 475 

43 161 



22 261 

20 8991 
69 139] 

17 181 1 



16 961 | 

6 06* 

54 321 

9 902 

1 765 

55 151 

3» 572 
12 33C 

2 6*2 
5 606 

66 163 

10 003 

18 169 

446 

3 901 



6 261, 
1 63', 






213 69" 

70 560 



61 204 



4 893 

29 357! 

• -'- 

28 923 

i 475 
13 161 



22 261 

20 899 
69 139 

47 !8l 



60 366 

17 144 

6 360 

« 910 

. • 

55 143 

5 620 
265 072 

• 

17 964 

4 273 

3 624 



3 759 



. I ,' 
36 629 



206 756. 
68 012 



lufclillltf 



56 669 



366 

21 556 

- 61 

43 176 



22 276 

20 900 j 
69 184| 

17 22ll 



60 366 

■ 

• 366 

11 67» 

9 910 

1 764 

55 143 

34 521 

2 621 
5 620 

10 01* 
17 9«« 

3 624 
S3 00* 

3 759 



4 663 

1 667 



66 012 



58 669 



24 922 

"O 176 



22 276 



20 900! 

69 1»4. 



47 22l| 



I! TM 

16 369 

6 741 
56 634 

10 «59 

1 906 

56 769 

36 395 
13 346 

2 779 
6 266 

265 337 

VO 774 
10 267 
16 734 

4 066 

37 207 

3 665 



6 601 

5 063 

2 013 

1 710 

37 931 1 



215 103 

- 






5 057 

- "-■ 

25 776 

379 

25 396 

1 531 

- 



22 922 



21 640 

7c m 



48 020 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



1-19 



Table 1. Value of Schedule A Groupings of Commodities— Continued 

(In thousands of dollars. See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, and sources of error in the data. Shipments valued less than $251 

are shown only under Schedule A subgroup 990.0 and excluded from all other subgroups) 



Commodity code 


Commodity description 


Customs value 


F. 


a. s. 


value 




C 


.i.f . 


value 












Cumuiative , 






Cumulati 


ve, 






Cumulative , 


Divi- 




Sub- 




Current 






Current 






Current 




sion 


Group 


group 




month 


January 


montl 




January 


month 




January 














to da 


.e 






to dat 


e 






to date 




885 


885.2 


WATCHES AND CLOCKS* AND PARTS THEREOF— CONTINUED 
CLOCKS/ CLOCK MOVEMENTS, CLOCK CASES* AND 
PARTS OF CLOCK CASES; PARTS OF WATCH AND 
































21 
431 


958 

446 


21 
431 


958 
446 


21 
430 


962 

148 


21 
430 


962 
148 


22 
459 


967 

948 


22 967 


89 




459 948 




891 


891.0 




68 


297 


68 


297 


68 


444 


68 


444 


74 


648 


74 648 




892 






37 


866 


37 


866 


37 


827 


37 


827 


40 


199 


40 199 






892.1 


BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAPS AND GLOBES, PRINTED . . 


20 


782 


20 


782 


20 


730 


20 


730 


21 


837 


21 837 






892.2 




4 


859 


4 


859 


4 


688 


4 


888 


5 


089 


5 089 






892.5 




2 


777 


2 


777 


2 


779 


2 


779 


3 


101 


3 101 






892.8 


PRINTED MATTER, NSPF, INCLUDING GREETING 
































9 


447 


9 


447 


9 


428 


9 


428 


10 


169 


10 169 




891 




BABY CARRIAGES, TOYS, GAMES AND SPORTING GOODS . 


99 


717 


99 


717 


98 


347 


98 


347 


108 


049 


108 049 






894.1 


BABY CARRIAGES, STROLLERS, AND PARTS THEREOF . 




560 




560 




560 




560 




647 


647 






894.2 


TOYS, INDOOR GAMES, AND CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS. 


57 


703 


57 


703 


56 


888 


56 


888 


63 


838 


63 838 






894.6 


NONMILITARY ARMS; SHOTGUN SHELLS, LOADED OR 




























894.7 




5 


546 


5 


546 


5 


195 


5 


195 


5 


345 


5 345 




OUTDOOR GAMES AND SPORTING GOODS (INCLUDING 










ATHLETIC AND PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT), NSPF. , . 


35 


906 


35 


906 


35 


703 


35 


703 


38 


218 


38 218 




895 




OFFICE AND STATIONERY SUPPLIES, NSPF 


7 


933 


7 


933 


7 


909 


7 


909 


8 


357 


8 357 






895.1 


METAL STAPLES IN STRIP FORM, AND PAPER CLIPS . 


1 


876 


1 


876 


1 


879 


1 


879 


2 


042 


2 042 






895.2 


PENS* PENCILS, AND PARTS THEREOF; CRAYONS, 




























895.9 




5 


892 
164 


5 


892 
164 


5 


866 
163 


5 


866 

163 


6 


138 
176 


6 138 






176 




896 


896.0 


WORKS OF ART* COLLECTORS' PIECES AND ANTIQUES. , 


75 


866 


75 


866 


75 


863 


75 


863 


77 


421 


77 421 




897 


897.2 


JEWELRY AND OTHER OBJECTS OF PERSONAL ADORN- 
MENT OF NONPRECIOUS MATERIALS, INCLUDING 
ARTICLES OF SEMIPRECIOUS STONES AND CULTURED 


63 


344 


63 


344 


63 


409 


63 


409 


64 


980 


64 980 






897.3 




14 


319 


14 


319 


14 


354 


14 


354 


15 


345 


15 345 




JEWELRY AND OTHER OBJECTS OF PERSONAL ADORN- 










MENT OF PRECIOUS METAL, NATURAL PEARLS, OR 




























897.5 




46 
2 


052 
972 


46 
2 


052 
972 


46 
2 


059 
995 


46 
2 


059 
995 


46 
3 


454 
179 


46 454 




ARTICLES OF PRECIOUS METAL, NSPF 


3 179 




898 




MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 
THEREFOR; PHONOGRAPH RECORDS AND OTHER RECORD- 
































33 


633 


33 


633 


33 


352 


33 


352 


35 


393 


35 393 






898.1 


PIANOS AND OTHER STRINGED MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 




























898.2 




5 
6 


174 
104 


5 
6 


174 
104 


5 
6 


161 
102 


5 
6 


161 

102 


5 
6 


725 
528 


5 725 






6 528 






898.3 


PHONOGRAPH RECORDS, VIDEO AND OTHER RECORD- 
INGS; RECORD BLANKS AND BLANK MAGNETIC 
































18 


317 


18 


317 


18 


054 


18 


054 


18 


909 


18 909 






898.9 


MUSICAL INSTRUMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, 


























899 




NSPF 


4 
44 


036 
787 


4 
44 


036 

787 


4 

44 


034 
992 


4 
44 


034 
992 


4 
50 


230 
898 


4 230 






50 898 






899.1 


ARTICLES FOR USE IN JEWELRY (CORAL, CAMEOS, 
IVORY BEADS, ETC.), NSPF; ANO OTHER ARTICLES 






























OF CARVING AND MOLDING MATERIALS, NSPF. . . . 


1 


945 


1 


945 


1 


956 


1 


956 


2 


124 


2 124 






899.3 


CANDLES, MATCHES. AND SMOKERS" ARTICLES. . . . 


6 


666 


6 


666 


6 


698 


6 


698 


7 


231 


7 231 






899.4 


UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, WALKING STICKS AND SIMI- 
































4 


746 


4 


746 


4 


758 


4 


758 


5 


085 


5 085 






899.6 


ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCES, HEARING AIDS, ARTIFI- 
CIAL PARTS OF THE BODY, FRACTURE APPLIANCES, 






























SURGICAL BELTS AND SIMILAR ARTICLES 


2 


493 


2 


493 


2 


490 


2 


490 


2 


525 


2 525 






899.7 


BROOMS, AND BRUSHES (INCLUDING TOOTHBRUSHES, 
PAINT AND ARTISTS" BRUSHES); HANDBAGS, LUG- 
GAGE AND SIMILAR ARTICLES, OF UNSPUN FIBROUS 
































12 


329 


12 


329 


12 


382 


12 


382 


14 


933 


14 933 






899.8 


BUTTONS AND FASTENERS (SNAP AND SLIDE); HAIR 






























COMBS AND ORNAMENTS, NSPF; FEATHER DUSTERS. . 


4 


777 


4 


777 


4 


786 


4 


786 


5 


217 


5 217 






899.9 




11 


828 


11 


828 


11 


920 


11 


920 


13 


779 


13 779 




SECTION 9— COMMODITIES AND TRANSACTIONS NOT 






931 


93i.l 




309 


027 


309 


027 


309 


443 


309 


443 


314 


936 


314 936 


93 


SPECIAL TRANSACTIONS NOT CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO 






941 


941.0 




221 


186 


221 


186 


222 


165 


222 


165 


227 


095 


227 095 


94 


ANIMALS, LIVE, NSPF, INCLUDING ZOO ANIMALS, DOGS, 












1 


006 


1 


006 


1 


007 


1 


007 


1 


123 


1 123 


95 


951 


951.0 


ARMORED FIGHTING VEHICLES, ARMS OF WAR, AMMUNITION 






























(EXCEPT SHOTGUN SHELLS), MO PARTS THEREOF. . . . 


C 


738 


5 


738 


5 


178 


5 


178 


5 


309 


5 309 


97 


971 


971.0 


GOLD, NON-MONETARY (EXCLUDING GOLD ORES AND 


























990 


990.0 




53 
27 


746 
351 


53 
27 


746 
351 


53 

27 


741 
351 


53 
27 


741 
351 


53 
27 


8S3 
525 


53 883 


99 


UNDER *251 FORMAL AND INFORMAL ENTRIES, ESTIMATED. 


27 525 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-1 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to dale 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C. i.i. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



O011010 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0011022 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0011030 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0011040 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0011055 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

TOTAL 

0012000 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0013000 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0014000 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0015010 

ARGENT 

TOTAL 

0015030 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

ECUADOR 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

NORWAY 

U KING 

IRELAND 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY...,. 
TOTAL 

0015045 

CANADA.. .... 

TOTAL 

0019000 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0111010 

CANADA 

GUATMAL 

TOTAL 



BULLS FOR BREEDING 



81 
81 



150 108 
150 108 



DAIRY COWS FOR BREEDING 



203 
203 



176 446 
176 446 



150 841 
150 841 



178 786 
178 786 



COWS FOR BREEDING, EXCEPT DAIRY 



269 
269 



271 564 
271 564 



274 669 
274 669 



150 841 
150 841 



178 786 
178 786 



274 669 
274 669 



dairy cows, nspf, weighing 700 lbs or more each 



397 
397 



299 837 
299 837 



302 217 
302 217 



302 217 
302 217 



81 
81 



203 
203 



269 

269 



397 
397 



150 108 
150 108 



176 446 
176 446 



271 564 
271 564 



299 837 
299 837 



CATTLE, NSPF, AND ANIMALS, DOMESTICATED, RETURNED FROM PASTURAGE IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY 



20 544 
75 795 
96 339 



8 980 874 
15 896 962 
24 877 836 



9 059 595 
16 006 023 
25 065 618 



SHEEP, LAMBS AND GOATS, LIVE 



751 
751 



SwINE, LIVE 



33 206 
33 206 



64 976 
64 976 



4 071 551 
4 071 551 



65 179 
65 179 



4 112 496 
4 112 496 



9 059 595 
16 006 023 
25 065 616 



65 179 
65 179 



4 112 496 
4 112 496 



20 544 
75 795 
96 339 



751 
751 



33 2C6 
33 206 



8 980 874 
15 896 962 
24 877 836 



64 976 
64 976 



4 071 551 
4 071 551 



CHICKENS, DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS, BOBWHITE QUAIL, ETC, LIVE, & GAME ANIMALS FOR STOCKING 



226 072 

300 

226 372 

HORSES FOR BREEDING, MALE 



55 000 
55 000 



227 621 

300 

227 921 



55 000 
55 000 



227 928 
387 

228 315 



62 350 
62 350 



HORSES, LIVE, NOT FOR IMMEDIATE SLAUGHTER OR BREEDING 



484 

2 

1 

4 

1 

28 

3 

2 

38 

21 

23 

1 

4 

61 

40 

1 

714 



649 554 

8 711 

30 000 

321 000 

20 000 

34 800 

6 045 

50 000 

279 285 

635 177 

894 581 

23 000 

29 160 

451 661 

424 598 

2 538 

860 110 



659 718 
8 711 

30 000 

321 000 

20 000 

24 000 

6 045 

50 000 

279 434 

635 177 

894 581 

23 000 

29 160 

451 711 

424 673 

2 538 

859 748 



2 659 718 

8 711 

30 999 

330 882 

22 165 

58 764 

12 060 

54 125 

1 343 771 

663 002 

929 255 

25 700 

36 678 

563 283 

479 840 

4 426 

7 223 379 



HORSES, NSPF, ASSES, BURROS, AND MULES, LIVE 



340 
340 



68 378 
68 378 



69 472 
69 472 



69 472 
69 472 



ANIMALS, LIVE, NSPF, OF A KIND CHIEFLY USED FOR HUMAN FOOD 



795 
795 



1 689 
1 689 



1 689 
1 689 



BEEF* FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN/ WITH BONE 



2 773 401 
608 470 

3 381 871 



2 686 913 
728 279 

3 415 192 



2 688 148 
728 279 

3 416 427 



1 689 
1 689 



2 688 148 
751 939 

3 440 087 



484 

2 

1 

4 

1 

26 

3 

2 

38 

21 

23 

1 

4 

61 

40 

1 

714 



340 
340 



795 
795 



2 773 401 
608 470 

3 381 871 



226 072 

300 

226 372 



55 000 
55 000 



649 554 

8 711 

30 000 

321 000 

20 000 

34 800 

6 045 

50 000 

279 285 

635 177 

894 581 

23 OCO 

29 160 

451 661 

424 598 

2 538 

860 110 



68 378 
68 376 



1 689 
1 689 



2 686 913 
728 279 

3 415 192 



(NO) 

150 841 
150 841 

(NO) 

178 786 
178 786 

(NO) 

274 669 
274 669 

(NO) 

302 217 
302 217 

(NO) 

9 059 595 
16 006 023 
25 065 618 

(NO) 

65 179 

65 179 

(NO) 

4 112 496 
4 112 496 



227 621 

300 

227 921 

(NO) 

55 000 
55 000 

(NO) 

659 718 
8 711 

30 000 

321 000 

20 000 

24 000 

6 045 

50 000 

279 434 

635 177 

894 581 

23 000 

29 160 

451 711 

424 673 

2 538 

859 748 

(NO) 

69 472 

69 472 



(NO) 

1 669 
1 669 

(LB) 

2 688 148 
728 279 

3 416 427 



150 841 
150 841 



178 786 
178 786 



274 669 
274 669 



302 217 
302 217 



9 059 595 
16 006 023 
25 065 618 



65 179 
65 179 



4 112 496 
4 112 496 



227 928 
387 

228 315 



62 350 
62 350 



2 659 

8 

30 

330 

22 

58 

12 

54 

1 343 

663 

929 

25 

36 

563 

479 

4 

7 223 



718 
711 
999 
882 
165 
764 
060 
125 
771 
002 
255 
700 
678 
283 
840 
426 
379 



69 472 
69 472 



1 689 
1 689 



2 688 148 
751 939 

3 440 087 



2-2 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs. I.aj . and ti f >ahm. source* of unjr m the data. OIM CTV lotiwr country) am! < • ■ I ■* Mun 

of the import statistics. Shipment! valued leu than S25I ate itiown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 OOOO and excluded from all other com- 







Schedu 


mod 




umber , 


•nd ual 


of « 


uantlty 
















Cum-nl iminlli 




t umul 


Country 








Value 




















origin 


quant l ty 


Cusr 


P. 


1.*. 






qu- 




IOH 








011102 


3 BEEF/ FRESH, 


CHILLED/ OR 


FROZEN 


WITHOUT 


BONE 


















(LB) 








4 606 817 


5 209 782 


5 


236 


?4? 


5 236 


242 


« 


606 


6l7 


5 


209 


762 


5 


236 242 


5 


236 242 


MEXICO 


2 998 845 


3 342 762 


3 


346 


540 


3 3«6 


540 


2 


996 


645 


3 


3-2 


762 


3 


346 540 


3 


346 540 


GUATMAL 


M 371 691 


4 641 047 


4 


64| 


117 


4 662 


796 


- 


371 


691 


4 


641 


--' 


4 


6-.1 117 


4 


662 796 




1 471 955 


1 699 867 


1 


709 


867 


1 784 


605 


1 




955 


1 


699 


667 


1 


709 667 


1 


764 605 


HONDURA 


6 218 760 


6 099 962 


6 


102 


998 


6 416 


647 


6 


216 


760 


6 


0«9 


9*2 


6 


. 


6 


416 647 


NICARAG 


10 739 503 


11 575 366 


11 


575 


799 


12 16* 


213 


10 


739 


503 


11 


575 


366 


11 


575 799 


12 


164 213 


C RICA 


9 149 143 


9 329 837 


9 


325 


034 


9 951 


616 


9 


149 


143 


9 


329 


637 


9 


325 034 


9 


951 6)6 


HAITI 


159 840 


162 292 




156 


752 


167 


832 




159 


64O 




162 


iW 




156 752 




167 632 




43 080 


42 757 




4? 


757 


-- 


449 




43 


060 




42 


757 




4? 757 




,, •.- , 




82 479 378 


77 370 213 


77 


?78 


795 


88 256 


Oil 


62 


479 


376 


77 


370 


?13 


77 


276 795 


66 


256 Oil 


N ZEAL 


15 036 652 


14 768 699 


1« 


824 


76? 


16 767 


553 


15 


036 


652 


14 


7»e 


699 


:» 


624 762 


16 


767 553 




137 275 664 


134 242 58* 


134 


240 


663 


149 040 


506 


131 


275 




134 


2*2 


564 


134 


240 663 


149 


0*0 506 


011103 


VEAL/ FRESH, 


CHILLED OR 


"ROZEN 
























(LB) 








600 520 


587 119 




587 


119 


666 


355 




60C 


520 




567 


119 




567 U9 




666 355 




1 379 633 


1 607 788 


1 


624 


831 


1 766 


654 


1 


379 


633 


1 


607 


766 


1 


624 631 


1 


766 654 




1 980 153 


2 194 907 


2 


211 


950 


2 «35 


209 


1 


960 


153 


2 


194 


907 


2 


211 950 


2 


435 209 


011104 


BEEF 6 VEAL. 


NSPF, PREPARED, FRES", 


CMLD OR FRZN, BUT 


NOT OTHERWISE PRES, OV 


30 CENTS Lb 


(LB) 








72 000 


61 247 




61 


?47 


70 


560 




72 


000 




61 


247 




61 247 




70 560 




529 920 


382 969 




382 


969 


450 


634 




529 


920 




362 


969 




362 969 




450 834 


TOTAL 


601 920 


444 216 




444 


216 


521 


39- 




601 


920 




«•« 


216 




444 216 




521 394 


01120" 


LAMB/ FRESH, 


CHILLED OR 


FROZEN 
























(L6) 








1 10" 673 


818 205 




818 


605 


1 152 


427 


1 


104 


673 




616 


205 




616 605 


1 


152 427 




3 430 876 


3 071 551 


3 


078 


660 


3 619 


555 


3 


430 


676 


3 




551 


3 


076 660 


3 


619 555 




4 535 549 


3 889 756 


3 


897 


665 


4 77i 


962 


- 


535 


5*9 


3 


669 


756 


3 


697 665 


4 


771 982 


011206 


GOAT MEAT, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN 






















(LB) 








26 108 


28 500 




28 


500 


30 


100 




26 


106 




26 


500 




26 500 




30 100 




26 108 


28 500 




28 


500 


30 


100 




26 


106 




26 


500 




26 500 




30 100 


011300 


PORK, FRESH, 


CHILLED OR 


FROZEN 
























(LB) 








8 716 OIJ 


6 576 237 


6 


625 


794 


6 625 


79m 


6 


716 


013 


6 


576 


237 


6 


625 7V4 


6 


625 794 




60 930 


46 650 




46 


650 


54 


on 




60 


930 




• 6 


650 




46 650 




54 Oil 




8 776 943 


6 622 867 


6 


672 


,-- 


6 679 


605 


6 


776 


•-.' 


6 


622 


667 


•- 


672 *«4 


6 


679 605 


011600 


MEAT OFFAL. 


EDIBLE/ FRESH, CHILLED, 


OR 


FROZEN, OF 


ILL 


UUHAU 


, EXCEPT 


BIROS 








(LB) 








349 478 


247 861 




251 


441 


251 


-- 




349 


476 




247 


661 




251 441 




251 441 




8 280 


5 ^00 




5 


900 


6 


217 




6 


260 




5 


900 




5 900 




6 217 




17 000 


10 869 




10 


869 


13 


438 




17 


000 




10 


Be 1 




10 669 




13 438 




47 830 


16 262 




12 


326 


16 


262 




47 


630 




16 


262 




12 326 




16 262 




20"» 000 


146 252 




l"i6 


252 


172 


587 




204 


000 




1«6 


252 




146 252 




172 567 




9 298 


7 238 




7 


238 


8 


483 




9 


296 




7 


?36 




7 236 




6 463 




2 445 


734 






734 




772 




2 


445 






734 




734 




772 




638 331 


435 116 




434 


76C 


469 


200 




638 


331 




135 


116 




434 760 




469 200 


011902 


FROG MEAT 




























(LB) 








30 000 


46 899 




46 


899 


50 


999 




30 


000 




"6 


899 




46 699 




50 999 




330 703 


459 000 




454 


207 


53- 


139 




330 


703 




459 


000 




454 207 




5 34 139 




130 980 


204 583 




204 


583 


231 


688 




130 


980 




204 


583 




204 563 




231 666 




32 u 50 


103 119 




103 


119 


108 


780 




32 


450 




103 


119 




103 119 




106 760 




524 133 


813 601 




808 


80S 


925 


606 




524 


133 




813 


601 




606 608 




925 606 


01190M 


MEAT OF BIRD 


S, GAME ANIHALS, AND ANIMALS, NSPF, FRESH, 


CHILLED OR 


FROZEN 








(LB) 








66 802 


41 986 




42 


388 


42 


388 




66 


802 




-1 


986 




«2 366 




42 366 




18 990 


46 144 




46 


144 


47 


604 




18 


990 




46 


]44 




46 144 




47 604 




247 143 


139 819 




139 


819 


172 


349 




247 


143 




139 


ft 1 <5 




139 619 




172 349 




73 230 


62 939 




62 


939 


71 


679 




73 


230 




62 


939 




62 939 




71 679 




8 208 


21 428 




21 


428 


25 


25s 




8 


208 




21 


426 




i: ~<.». 




25 254 




414 373 


312 316 




312 


718 


359 


274 




414 


373 




312 


316 




312 716 




359 274 


013002 


HAMS 4 SHOULDERS, PORK, 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED/ NOT 


BON 


ED, COOKED 


DR IN AIRTIGHT 


:ontainrs 


(LB) 








22 523 


55 694 




56 


271 


56 


271 




22 


523 




55 


694 




56 271 




56 271 




6 291 


20 666 




20 


668 


21 


606 




6 


291 




?0 


666 




20 666 




21 606 




28 814 


76 362 




76 


939 


77 


877 




28 


814 




76 


36? 




76 939 




77 677 


01300' 


BACON, PORK, 


NOT BONED AND COOKED AND PACKED IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 










(LB) 








14 680 


18 656 




18 


74C 


18 


74C 




14 


68C 




18 


656 




18 74C 




'6 740 




216 000 


242 741 




242 


741 


259 


36<5 




216 


000 




24? 


741 




242 744 




259 369 




230 680 




261 40C 




261 


481 


278 


105 




230 


68C 




261 


40C 




261 484 




276 109 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-3 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions ol Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown nnly under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



0130060 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quanti ty 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity- 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. C.i.f. 



PORK, NSPF, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NOT BONED, COOKED, OR PACKED IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



(LB) 



CANADA 

TOTAL 

0141000 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

U KING...... 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0142025 

CANADA 

DENMARK 

ROMANIA 

TOTAL 

0142045 

DENMARK 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

0142060 

CANADA 

DENMARK 

FR GERM 

POLAND 

TOTAL 

0148010 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

0148020 

DENMARK 

NETHLOS 

FR GERM 

CZECHO 

HUNGARY 

POLAND 

ITALY 

YUGOSLV 

ROMANIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0148030 

HUNGARY 

ROMANIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0148040 

DENMARK 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

POLAND 

ROMANIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0148050 

PANAMA. 

BRAZIL 

PARAGJA 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT. 

FRANCE 

ROMANIA 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



5 266 
5 266 



7 948 
7 948 



8 115 
8 115 



EXTRACT OF MEAT, INCLUDING FLUID 



33 600 

24 407 

1 256 

42 

59 305 

SAUSAGES, PORK 

256 310 

189 924 

4 992 

451 226 

SAUSAGES, BEEF 

272 229 
32 196 

304 425 



45 360 
39 320 
13 325 

441 
98 446 



409 355 

207 728 

6 112 

623 195 



376 084 

43 982 

420 066 



sausages, except pork and beef 



164 832 

83 577 

7 937 

37 800 

294 146 



184 167 

100 291 

18 916 

26 541 

329 915 



GOOSE-LIVER PRODUCTS 



20 952 
20 952 



98 506 
98 506 



45 360 
39 427 
13 325 
441 
98 553 



413 157 

206 728 

6 112 

625 997 



376 084 

43 982 

420 066 



185 150 

100 291 

18 916 

26 541 

330 898 



98 512 
98 512 



8 416 
8 416 



46 165 

41 260 

13 809 

486 

101 720 



414 780 

217 502 

6 489 

638 771 



394 286 

46 302 

440 588 



197 159 

106 553 

19 790 

30 996 

354 498 



105 549 

105 549 



5 266 
5 266 



33 600 

24 4o7 

1 256 

42 

59 305 



256 310 

189 924 

4 992 

451 226 



272 229 
32 196 

304 425 



164 832 

83 577 

7 937 

37 800 

294 146 



20 952 
20 952 



7 948 
7 948 



45 360 
39 320 
13 325 
441 
98 446 



409 355 

207 728 

6 112 

623 195 



376 084 

43 982 

420 066 



184 167 

100 291 

18 916 

26 541 

329 915 



98 506 
98 506 



8 115 
8 115 

(LB) 

45 360 
39 427 
13 325 
441 
98 553 

(LB) 

413 157 

206 728 

6 112 

625 997 

(LB) 

376 084 

43 982 

420 066 

(LB) 

185 150 

100 291 

18 916 

26 541 

330 898 

(LB) 

98 512 
98 512 



HAMS S SHOULDERS, PORK, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, BONED AND COOKED AND IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS (LB) 



7 814 652 

644 623 

48 138 

299 184 

1 266 744 
6 066 119 

36 900 

2 909 798 
943 291 

2 092 
20 031 541 



14 113 959 

1 140 868 

90 473 

434 396 

1 989 852 

9 939 534 

65 052 

4 495 558 

1 480 993 

2 481 

33 753 166 



14 095 960 

1 140 868 

90 473 

434 396 

1 989 852 

9 939 534 

65 052 

4 525 558 

1 480 993 

2 490 

33 765 176 



14 694 581 

1 185 854 

95 581 

478 931 

2 071 404 
10 565 372 

66 652 

4 903 749 

1 577 751 

2 490 

35 642 365 



20 



814 652 
644 623 

48 138 
299 184 
266 744 
066 U9 

36 900 

909 798 

943 291 

2 092 

031 541 



14 
1 



BACON, PORK, BONED AND COOKED AND PACKED IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



36 000 

28 800 

103 

64 903 



37 545 

20 211 

257 

58 013 



37 545 

20 211 

262 

58 018 



40 680 

21 599 

262 

62 541 



36 000 

28 800 

103 

64 903 



113 959 

140 868 

90 473 

434 396 

1 989 852 

9 939 534 

65 052 

4 495 558 

1 480 993 

2 481 

H 753 166 



37 545 
20 211 

257 
58 013 



PORK, NSPF, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, BONED AND COOKED AND PACKED IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



116 426 

140 022 

35 282 

546 850 

321 988 

2 149 

162 717 



121 755 
112 020 
36 701 
775 947 
447 530 
4 101 
498 054 



121 755 
112 020 
36 701 
776 747 
447 530 
4 107 
498 860 



129 561 
121 536 
39 267 
830 528 
476 320 
4 361 
601 573 



BEEF, EXCEPT SAUSAGES, IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



72 000 

2 060 970 

845 740 

361 711 

8 053 073 

91 942 

31 200 

105 924 

761 

11 623 321 



56 500 

2 062 824 

762 571 

292 925 

7 176 736 

26 798 

15 653 

78 445 

1 050 

10 473 502 



56 500 

2 072 824 

762 946 

292 925 

7 244 384 

26 798 

15 653 

78 411 

1 C59 

10 551 500 



60 363 

2 198 627 

310 648 

314 768 

7 697 889 

28 476 

18 291 

86 637 

1 059 

11 216 758 



11 



116 426 
140 022 
35 282 
546 850 
321 988 
2 149 
162 717 



72 000 

060 970 

845 740 

361 7ll 

053 073 

91 942 

31 200 

105 924 

761 

623 321 



121 755 

112 020 

36 701 

775 947 

447 530 

4 101 

498 054 



56 500 

2 062 824 

762 571 

292 925 

7 176 736 

26 798 

15 653 

78 445 

1 050 

10 473 502 



14 095 960 

1 140 866 

90 473 

434 396 

1 969 852 

9 939 534 

65 052 

4 525 558 

1 480 993 

2 490 

33 765 176 

(LB) 

37 545 

20 211 
262 

58 018 

(LB) 

121 755 

112 020 

36 701 

776 747 

447 530 

4 107 

1 498 860 

(LB) 

56 500 

2 072 824 
762 946 
292 925 

7 244 384 

26 798 

15 653 

78 411 

1 059 

10 551 500 



8 416 
8 416 



46 165 

41 260 

13 oC9 

101 72C 



414 76C 

217 502 

6 4S9 

638 771 



394 28c 

46 302 

440 58S 



197 159 

106 553 

19 790 

30 996 

354 498 



105 549 
105 549 



14 694 581 

1 185 854 

95 581 

478 931 

2 071 404 
10 565 372 

66 652 

4 903 749 

1 577 751 

2 490 

35 642 365 



40 680 

21 599 

262 

62 541 



129 561 

121 536 

39 267 

830 526 

476 320 

4 361 

601 573 



60 363 

2 198 627 

610 648 

314 768 

7 697 889 

28 476 

IB 291 

86 637 

1 059 

11 216 758 



2-4 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F^.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of SutBtid" lor information Mi co-r.se. d.1. of impora.,on. cWWtkw of Cuitonu. U«. ■dci.l .atuta. «~'cn ft *n>- * ' iMur OTH CTY lo»a» co ^rei.^ c«h, M*M a* k*M 
of the import stttiflia. Shipment! valued Its than S2SI H lHown only undt. Sctvtdui. A commodnY numtm 990.1800 and ntMtC from «t o«w. f»IWI 



Country 

of 
orlrrln 



CANADA 

MEXICO 

ARGENT 

SWITZLD 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0148070 

CANADA 

DENMARK 

FRANCE 

POLAND 

CHINA T 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0223000 

CANADA 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

0221015 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0224025 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0230000 

DENMARK 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

0240005 

DENMARK 

U KING 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0240010 

U KING 

AUSTRIA 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0240017 

ARGENT 

FINLAND 

NETHLDS 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0240020 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

0240025 

ARGENT 

DENMARK 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

0240030 

CANADA 

ARGENT 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

FINLAND 



Schedule A c 



Hy luiauvr, deacrlpllon and unll of quantlt) 



Current month 



quant 1 ty 



Value (dollars) 



K.a... 



(urnulaliir linur< I., dale 



quant 1 ty 



-■■llaral 



0148060 BEEF OR VEAL/ CURED OR PICKLED/ PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NSPF 



2 908 

72 000 

465 02' 

1 031 

140 257 

681 225 



17 377 

52 479 

419 540 

7 555 

200 848 
697 799 



17 580 

52 479 

565 298 

7 555 

200 848 
843 760 



18 505 

52 479 

985 07l 

7 905 

218 571 

282 531 



2 9 6 

72 000 

469 029 

1 031 

140 257 

681 225 



17 377 

52 «79 

419 5*0 

7 555 

200 8«6 

697 799 



MEAT, EXCEPT FROG, INCLUDING BIRO, EDIBLE OFFAL, PR£P OR PRES, NSPF, ANO C0*N BEEF HAW 



4 785 

1 077 206 

127 926 

27 324 

114 001 

20 999 

1 372 241 



6 164 

1 059 212 

461 503 

19 696 

172 783 

17 678 

1 737 236 



6 283 

1 059 212 

461 483 

19 696 

172 783 

17 878 

1 737 335 



6 534 

1 132 452 

480 597 

21 625 

186 Oil 

26 055 

1 655 47* 



I 7 8 J 

1 077 206 

127 926 

27 324 

114 001 

20 999 

1 372 241 



6 164 
059 J\2 
461 503 

19 696 
172 763 

17 876 
737 236 



MILK, CREAM, WHEY, YOGHURT, FLUID, FRESH, SOUR OR FERMENTED, NOT OVER 45» 8UTT. - 



26 386 
832 716 
859 102 



26 425 
832 716 
859 141 



34 434 
1 077 259 
1 111 693 



MILK AND CREAM, CONDENSED OR EVAPORATED 



67 368 
67 368 



24 535 
24 535 



24 535 
24 535 



MILK, CREAM, AND WHEY, DRIED 



859 629 
859 629 



216 361 
216 361 



216 
216 



361 
361 



29 674 
29 674 



265 799 
265 799 



67 366 
67 366 



659 629 
659 629 



butter and fresh or sour cream containing over 49» of buttekfat 



10 537 
21 739 



111 
41(8 



49 835 

CHEESE, BLUE-MOLO 

70 522 
10 766 

13 258 
1 347 

95 893 

cheese, cheddar 

9 572 

14 250 
453 888 
477 710 



31 310 

15 807 

7 177 

5 517 

59 811 



98 045 

17 849 

23 641 

2 495 

142 030 



12 970 

9 417 

289 216 

311 603 



cheese, edam and gouda 



17 967 

482 956 

195 895 

2 719 

699 537 

CHEESE, ROQUEFORT 



13 977 

207 186 

290 582 

3 423 

515 170 



15 514 

15 514 



48 684 
48 684 



31 310 

15 807 

7 177 

5 517 

59 611 



98 045 

17 849 

25 859 

2 495 

144 248 



14 004 

9 417 

279 260 

302 681 



14 262 

200 927 

290 583 

3 423 

509 195 



47 317 
47 317 



17 589 
6 079 
6 364 

64 69h 



106 765 

19 293 

27 473 

2 660 

156 191 



14 964 

:. 102 

351 135 
376 501 



16 042 

238 159 

310 843 

3 643 

568 667 



49 688 
49 688 



10 537 

■ 

6 446 
49 635 



70 522 

10 766 

13 256 

1 347 

95 893 



9 572 

14 25C 

453 666 

477 710 



17 9 6 7 

482 956 

195 895 

2 7l9 

699 537 



15 514 
15 514 



26 366 
632 716 
659 102 



24 535 
24 535 



216 361 
216 361 



31 310 

15 607 

7 177 

5 517 

59 611 



96 045 

17 649 

23 641 

< - •'. 

142 030 



12 9^0 

9 4H 

269 216 

311 603 



13 977 

207 168 

290 582 

3 423 

515 170 



48 684 
48 684 



CHEESES, REGGIANO, PARMESANQ, PR0V0L0NI, PROVOLETTE, AND ROMANO MADE FROM COW'S MILK 



609 260 

4 400 

248 895 

862 555 



597 869 

5 809 

655 806 

259 484 



592 955 

5 809 

665 606 

1 264 370 



651 692 

6 160 

693 044 

1 350 896 



CHEESE, SWISS OR EMMENTHALER WITH EYE FORMATION 



75 549 

15 496 
454 742 
881 948 
480 552 



47 059 

18 850 

343 487 

377 107 

398 013 



47 364 

19 138 

343 487 

377 097 

377 136 



47 364 

20 700 

390 262 

1 465 121 

430 449 



609 260 

- --, : 
241 -.5 

862 555 



75 549 

15 496 

454 742 

881 948 

480 552 



597 869 
5 809 

655 806 
J59 --■- 



47 059 

18 950 

343 467 

377 107 

398 oi: 



1l8) 



17 


960 


92 


479 


6 565 


296 


7 


555 


200 


646 


6 643 


760 


(LB) 




6 


263 


1 059 


212 


461 


493 


19 


696 


172 


763 


17 


676 


1 737 


335 


26 




632 


716 


659 


141 


(LB 




24 


539 


24 


939 


(LB 




216 


361 


216 


361 


(LB 




31 


310 


15 


607 


7 


177 


5 


917 


59 


811 


(LB 




96 


049 


17 


144 


25 


699 


2 


499 


144 


246 


(LB 




14 




9 


417 


279 


260 


302 


661 


(LB 




.- 


262 


200 


927 


290 


983 


3 


423 




199 


(LB 




47 


317 


47 


317 


(LB) 


592 


995 


5 


809 


665 


606 


1 264 


370 


(LB) 


47 


364 


19 


138 


343 


467 


1 37"> 


097 


377 


136 






16 


509 


52 


479 


6 965 


071 


7 


909 


216 


571 


7 262 


931 


6 


534 


1 132 


452 


460 


597 


21 


625 


166 


-11 


26 


055 


1 699 


174 


34 




1 077 


299 


1 111 


693 


29 


674 


29 


674 


269 


799 


269 


799 


32 


642 


17 


969 


6 


079 


6 


364 


-.- 


694 


106 


769 


19 


293 


27 


473 


c 


660 


196 


191 


14 




10 




391 


135 


376 


501 


16 


042 


236 


159 


310 


MJ 


3 


643 


966 


667 


M 


666 


49 


666 


691 


692 


6 


160 


693 


044 


1 390 


696 


47 


364 


20 


700 


390 


262 


1 465 


121 


430 


449 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-5 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countriesl, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $25) are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



DENMARK 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

HUNGARY 

SWITZLO 

POLAND 

ROMANIA 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

0240037 

NORWAY 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

SWITZLD 

TOTAL 

0240040 

ITALY 

ROMANIA 

TOTAL 

0240045 

HUNGARY 

ITALY 

GREECE 

ROMANIA 

BULGAR 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0240055 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

SALVADR,.... 

NICARAG 

DOM REP 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

CZECHO 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

ITALY, 

ISRAEL. 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0250000 

CANADA 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY...., 
TOTAL 

0340004 

PANAMA 

INDNSIA.,... 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

NEW GUI 

MAURIT 

F IND 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 



167 136 

51 401 

39 156 
528 686 
321 863 
242 834 

36 962 
135 411 

26 394 
3 458 130 



224 017 

65 828 

47 451 

655 066 

242 052 

428 844 

41 397 

106 381 

28 534 

024 086 



CHEESE. GRUYERE-PROCESS 



9 073 

324 771 

49 197 

36 867 

121 853 

67 540 

138 043 

747 344 



11 704 

152 525 

75 120 

52 923 

102 222 

46 310 

256 971 

697 775 



224 Oil 

68 588 

47 451 

655 066 

242 052 

428 844 

41 397 

106 381 

28 534 

006 546 



11 704 
133 766 

75 120 

54 159 
102 222 

46 310 
255 508 
678 789 



243 728 

75 778 

52 385 

695 495 

279 689 

451 105 

45 551 

122 554 

34 129 

4 354 310 



12 494 
162 415 

80 494 

59 122 
118 395 

52 182 
272 690 
757 792 



CHEESES FROM SHEEP'S MILK IN ORIGINAL LOAVES AND SUITABLE FOR GRATING 



860 978 

43 465 

9Q4 443 



247 386 

47 910 

295 296 



385 073 

47 910 

432 983 



475 459 

52 810 

528 269 



CHEESE, PECORINO, IN ORIGINAL LOAVES, NOT SUITABLE FOR GRATING 



26 455 

2 801 
155 051 
465 552 
236 313 

3 510 
889 682 



23 280 

4 774 

193 411 

405 460 

186 828 

4 940 

818 693 



23 280 
5 410 
193 411 
405 460 
186 828 
4 940 
819 329 



CHEESES, NSPF, AND SUBSTITUTES FOR CHEESE 



215 398 

15 873 

6 211 

5 700 

22 205 

11 023 

38 214 
55 118 

696 126 

30 942 

47 804 

3 811 

7l7 935 

39 687 
186 438 
132 276 
165 505 
211 219 

17 901 
260 106 
348 953 
786 583 
2 468 
017 496 



249 
15 
9 
7 
26 
12 
38 
39 

946 

44 

86 

6 

236 
62 

149 
68 

302 

133 
23 

158 

300 

122 
3 

045 



442 
783 
248 
695 
241 
495 
787 
910 
557 
540 
959 
105 
135 
712 
484 
285 
999 
737 
257 
665 
520 
523 
713 
792 



252 598 

15 783 

9 248 

7 695 

26 241 
12 750 
38 787 
36 656 

946 744 

44 540 

86 959 

6 105 

1 268 767 

62 712 

149 727 

68 957 

303 149 

133 737 

27 378 
158 665 
298 130 

1 122 523 

3 713 

5 081 564 



27 875 
6 004 
206 326 
483 502 
226 828 
5 288 
955 823 



252 361 

15 783 

10 694 

8 507 

29 644 

13 754 

42 680 

42 787 

1 023 801 

48 850 

94 599 

6 426 

1 422 980 

68 437 

164 465 

68 200 

321 051 

151 716 

29 445 

162 685 

338 760 

1 314 899 

5 565 

5 678 089 



167 


136 


51 


401 


39 


156 


528 


686 


321 


863 


242 


834 


36 


962 


135 


411 


26 


394 


458 


130 


9 


073 


324 


771 


49 


197 


36 


867 


121 


853 


67 


540 


138 


043 


747 


344 


GRATING 


860 


978 


43 


465 


904 


443 


26 


455 


2 


801 


155 


051 


465 


552 


236 


3l3 


3 


5l0 


889 


682 


215 


398 


15 


873 


6 


211 


5 


700 


22 


205 


11 


023 


38 


214 


55 


U8 


696 


126 


30 


942 


47 


804 


3 


811 


717 


935 


39 


687 


186 


438 


132 


276 


165 


505 


211 


219 


17 


901 


260 


106 


348 


953 


786 


583 


2 


468 


017 


496 



BIRD EGGS, YOLKS AND ALBUMEN/ FRESH, FROZEN, PREPARED OR PRESERVED 



183 241 

19 434 

24 325 

24 664 

11 745 

1 762 

265 171 



186 583 

19 434 

24 325 

24 667 

11 745 

1 762 

268 516 



186 583 

22 047 

27 488 

28 183 
12 708 

2 046 

279 055 



224 017 

65 828 

47 451 

655 066 

242 052 

428 844 

41 397 

106 381 

28 534 

024 086 



11 704 

152 525 

75 120 

52 923 

102 222 

46 310 

256 971 

697 775 



1 247 386 

47 910 

1 295 296 



23 280 

4 774 

193 411 

405 460 

186 828 

4 940 

818 693 



249 442 

15 783 

9 248 

7 695 

26 241 

12 495 

38 787 

39 910 
946 557 

44 540 

86 959 

6 105 

236 135 

62 712 

149 484 

68 285 

302 999 

133 737 

23 257 

158 665 

300 520 

122 523 

3 713 

045 792 



1 

183 241 

19 434 

24 325 

24 664 

11 745 

1 762 

265 171 



TUNA/ ALBACORE, FRESH, CHILLED* OR FROZEN, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVED 



28 680 
389 850 
652 411 
582 411 
672 273 
380 700 
304 000 
448 000 
276 000 
734 325 



21 367 

96 552 

467 326 

634 443 

4 355 656 

101 649 

1 751 120 

89 600 

676 280 

8 193 993 



21 367 

96 552 

467 326 

634 443 

4 360 937 

101 649 

1 751 120 

89 600 

676 280 

8 199 274 



22 908 

159 459 
517 306 
711 264 

4 794 394 
116 694 

1 966 376 
103 600 
759 411 

9 151 412 



28 680 
389 850 
652 411 
582 411 
672 273 
380 700 
304 000 
448 000 
276 000 



13 734 325 



21 367 

96 552 

467 326 

634 443 

4 355 656 

101 649 

1 751 120 

89 600 

676 280 

8 193 993 



224 


on 


68 


588 


47 


451 


655 


066 


242 


052 


428 


844 


41 


397 


106 


381 


28 


534 


4 006 


546 


(LB 




11 


704 


133 


766 


75 


120 


54 


159 


102 


222 


46 


310 


255 


508 


678 


789 


(LB) 




1 385 


073 


47 


910 


1 432 


983 


(LB 




23 


280 


5 


410 


193 


411 


405 


460 


186 


828 


4 


940 


819 


329 


(LB 




252 


598 


15 


763 


9 


248 


7 


695 


26 


241 


12 


750 


38 


787 


36 


656 


946 


744 


44 


540 


86 


959 


6 


105 


1 268 


767 


62 


712 


149 


727 


68 


957 


303 


149 


133 


737 


27 


378 


158 


665 


298 


130 


1 122 


523 


3 


713 


5 081 


564 


186 


583 


19 


434 


24 


325 


24 


667 


11 


745 


1 


762 


268 


516 


(LB 




21 


367 


96 


552 


467 


326 


634 


443 


4 360 


937 


101 


649 


1 751 


120 


89 


600 


676 


280 


8 199 


274 



243 


728 


75 


778 


52 


385 


695 


495 


279 


689 


451 


105 


45 


551 


122 


554 


34 


129 


4 354 


310 


12 


494 


162 


415 


80 


494 


59 


122 


118 


395 


52 


182 


272 


690 


757 


792 


1 475 


459 


52 


810 


1 528 


269 


27 


875 


6 


004 


206 


326 


483 


502 


226 


828 


5 


288 


955 


823 


252 


361 


15 


783 


10 


694 


8 


507 


29 


644 


13 


754 


42 


680 


42 


787 


1 023 


801 


48 


850 


94 


599 


6 


426 


1 422 


980 


68 


437 


164 


465 


86 


200 


321 


051 


151 


716 


29 


445 


182 


685 


338 


760 


1 314 


899 


5 


565 


5 678 


089 


186 


583 


22 


047 


27 


488 


28 


183 


12 


708 


2 


046 


279 


055 


22 


908 


159 


459 


517 


306 


711 


264 


4 794 


394 


116 


694 


1 966 


376 


103 


600 


759 


411 


9 151 


412 



2-6 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C if Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of SBtota" for information on coven*., date of .mpomt.on. dtf.n.i.om of Cunom,. I « and cJ f ft** «« 0, ™L; n J flfV " " V '!riL°t!L!!LLTLT" * , ' B "' <,, " "" *""' 
of the import lUtjftia. Shipmenn v*ued lea than $251 ens thown onfy under Schedule * commodity numb.. 990 00 OP end excluded from m oWw. can—Mutt I 



Schedule A coMeodlty number, deacrlptlon and unit of qu> 





Current month 




I umulilin IMMHI ' 


Country 

of 
origin 


Na 1 

quant l ty 


Value (dollars) 


quant l ty 


r (Jollar.l 




Cuatotu 


F.a.a. 


C.l.f. 









0340014 

C RICA 

PANAMA 

BERMUDA 

N ANTIL 

VENEZ 

ECUADOR 

PHIL R 

JAPAN 

BR P IS 

CO BRAZ 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340018 

MEXICO 

C RICA 

PANAMA 

BERMUDA 

N ANTIL 

VENEZ 

ECUADOR 

FRANCE 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

JAPAN 

NEW GUI 

BR P IS 

T PAC I 

GHANA 

CO BRAZ 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340021 

PANAMA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

034002a 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

P0RTUGL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340027 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0340029 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0340035 

CANADA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340041 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BRAZIL 

PHIL R 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340043 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

NORWAY 

U KING 

IRAN 

KOR REP 



TUNA, YELLOwFIN, FRESH, CHILLED, or frozen, but NOT OTHERWISE PREPARED or preserved 



714 294 
850 366 
848 770 
309 539 
978 000 
030 456 
188 929 
344 296 
122 288 
595 245 
155 560 
17 137 7i*5 



277 200 

754 841 

127 316 

508 200 

917 019 

1 129 932 

532 995 

417 387 

1 638 090 

231 000 

9 92a 

6 543 904 



277 


200 


763 


669 


127 


316 


508 


200 


917 


019 


129 


932 


532 


995 


417 


387 


638 


090 


231 


000 


9 


92« 



6 552 732 



277 200 

850 690 

153 840 

508 200 

1 o"9 694 

1 279 366 

651 740 

«97 62a 

1 655 450 

231 000 

12 473 

7 167 477 



714 294 

1 850 368 

848 770 

309 539 

978 000 

030 456 

168 929 

'-« . H 

122 288 

595 245 

155 560 

17 137 745 



277 200 

75« 

127 316 

506 2CC 

917 019 

1 129 932 

53* 

417 JW7 

1 638 0«0 

2 31 000 

9 924 

6 543 904 



(LB) 

277 200 

763 669 

127 316 

508 200 

917 019 

i 129 9J2 

532 995 

417 387 

1 636 OVO 

231 000 

9 924 

6 552 732 



Tuna, skipjack, fresh, chilled, or frozen, but not otherwise prepared or preserved 



63a 
515 

a 551 
a93 

4 007 

1 394 
ase 

2 328 
209 

4 504 

10 599 

1 a72 

4 206 

1 373 
327 

2 063 

6 
39 147 



928 
879 
770 
384 
983 
000 
160 
672 
073 
711 
784 
389 
398 
450 
020 
516 
000 
117 



230 

187 

1 796 

1 455 

314 

171 

95a 

54 

1 368 

2 540 
303 

1 526 

507 

32 

748 

12 242 



aoo 
200 
214 
338 
aoo 
a74 
018 
756 
666 
392 
823 
714 
400 
819 
702 
800 
600 
916 



230 

187 

1 809 

a9 

1 955 

314 

171 

954 

54 

1 366 

2 546 
303 

1 526 

507 

32 

748 



12 262 



400 
200 
521 
338 
400 
474 
016 
756 
666 
392 
666 
714 
400 
619 
702 
800 
600 
066 



230 400 

187 200 

1 990 677 

64 756 

1 455 400 

373 227 

l9l <-: 

1 046 855 

70 262 

1 660 992 

3 077 6*6 

331 125 

1 526 400 

568 529 

42 921 

746 600 

766 

13 607 419 



3« 



634 9J6 
515 679 
551 770 
493 364 
007 963 
394 000 
a56 160 
328 672 
209 073 
504 7H 
599 784 
472 369 
206 396 
373 450 
327 020 
063 516 
6 000 
147 H7 






230 400 

167 200 

1 796 214 

49 336 

1 *5S 400 

314 474 

171 016 

9i» 

54 666 

1 366 3*2 

2 540 823 
303 714 

1 526 400 

507 819 

32 703 

7*6 600 

6C0 

24J 916 



TUNA, nspf, fresh, chilled OR FROZEN, but NOT OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVED 



(LB) 

230 
167 

1 609 
49 

1 455 

314 

171 

954 

54 

1 366 

1 526 

507 

32 

12 262 

(LB) 



400 
200 
521 
336 

400 
474 
016 
756 
666 

666 
?U 

400 

619 
702 
600 

600 
066 



116 390 

1 278 226 

2 624 

1 397 240 



45 801 
417 321 

39a 

a63 516 



46 706 

421 140 

394 

468 240 



51 401 

468 993 

476 

520 870 



116 390 

1 278 226 

2 624 

1 397 240 



417 321 

394 

463 516 



46 706 

421 140 

394 

466 240 



SMELTS AND SEA HERRING, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVD (LB) 



2 823 992 

30 000 

22 738 

10 166 

2 886 896 



641 533 
6 600 
9 637 
1 555 

659 325 



648 737 

6 600 

9 637 

1 555 

666 529 



663 826 
6 ti- 
ll 396 
2 076 

683 9CC 



823 992 

30 000 

22 736 

10 166 

886 896 



641 533 
6 600 
9 637 
1 399 

659 325 



WHITEFISH, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, IIHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED 



423 578 
423 578 



436 142 

436 142 



443 072 
443 072 



443 857 
aa3 857 



a23 578 
423 576 



a36 142 
»3U :-i 



PIKE, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, 4H0LE OR BEHEADED, ETC, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSEO 



647 78a 
647 784 



683 761 
683 761 



666 680 
688 680 



688 680 
688 660 



647 784 
647 78a 



683 761 
MS 761 



TROUT, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, llHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED 



43 165 
10 000 
19 550 
72 715 



41 039 

11 850 

4 218 

57 107 



41 272 

11 850 

4 218 

57 340 



41 272 

13 000 

5 108 

59 380 



43 165 

10 000 

19 550 

72 715 



41 039 

11 850 

4 218 

57 107 



648 737 

6 600 

9 637 

1 555 

666 529 

(LB) 

443 072 
143 973 

(LB) 

Ml Ml 

Ml MO 

(LB) 

-: 273 
.: B9C 

4 218 

31 '-: 



FISH, FRESH WATER, NSPF, FRESH, CHLD OR FRZN, WHOLE OR BEHEADED, NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED (L3> 



236 119 

24 610 

19 350 

24 640 

675 

305 394 



117 939 

11 592 

11 652 

8 704 

810 

150 697 



121 178 

11 914 

11 652 

8 704 

829 

154 277 



121 441 

11 914 

13 373 

9 141 

829 

156 698 



236 119 
24 610 

19 350 

24 640 

675 

305 394 



117 939 

11 592 

11 652 

8 704 

810 

150 697 



COD, CUSK, EELS, HADDOCK, HAKE, POLLOCK, STURGEON, SHAD, FRESH, FROZEN, NOT SCALED 



740 184 
19 197 

198 303 
15 000 
39 687 

118 800 



310 092 
7 679 

110 028 
17 602 
88 210 
67 973 



311 284 
7 679 

110 028 
17 602 
88 210 
67 973 



311 284 
7 679 

126 914 
18 750 
90 885 
77 220 



740 184 
19 197 

198 3o3 
15 000 
39 687 

118 800 



310 092 
7 679 

110 026 
17 6C2 
88 210 
67 973 



121 176 
11 914 
11 652 

8 704 

829 

154 277 

(LB) 

311 264 
7 679 

110 028 
17 602 
88 210 
67 973 



277 200 

650 690 

153 640 

306 200 

1 049 694 

1 279 366 

631 740 

497 624 

1 655 450 

231 000 

12 473 

7 167 477 



230 

167 

1 990 

64 

1 453 

373 

191 

1 046 

70 

1 660 

3 077 

331 
1 326 

366 
42 

746 

13 607 



400 
200 
677 
736 
4 00 
227 
<«1 
655 
262 
V92 
646 
123 
400 
529 

ovO 
766 
419 



121 441 

11 914 

13 373 

9 141 

■29 

156 698 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-7 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


f. 



HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340046 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

TOTAL 

0340048 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340051 

CANADA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340052 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340054 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BELIZE 

NICARAG 

C RICA 

DOM REP 

VENEZ 

ECUADOR 

PERU 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

ICELAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

AZORES 

P0RTU6L 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

PHIL R 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

N ZEAL 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340056 

CANADA 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

ICELAND 

JAPAN 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340058 

GREENLD 

CANADA 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

DENMARK 

POLAND 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 



10 869 

4 243 

12 727 

1 159 010 



17 876 

38 444 

8 226 

666 130 



17 876 

38 444 

8 226 

667 322 



18 599 

42 179 

10 157 

703 667 



10 869 

4 243 

12 727 

1 159 010 



17 876 

38 444 

8 226 

666 130 



HALIBUT, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN WHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, NOT SCALED OR OTHRWSE PROCSSD 



21 681 
120 854 
142 535 



57 159 

56 201 

113 360 



57 163 

56 320 

113 483 



57 163 

56 320 

113 483 



21 681 
120 854 
142 535 



57 159 

56 201 

113 360 



382 576 

245 

382 821 



774 454 
773 

775 227 



775 254 
773 

776 027 



775 254 
859 

776 113 



382 576 

245 

382 821 



774 454 
773 

775 227 



19 595 

32 274 

6 522 

58 391 



5 477 
22 399 

4 344 
32 220 



5 487 
22 399 

4 344 
32 230 



5 487 
25 465 

5 031 
35 983 



19 595 

32 274 

6 522 

58 391 



5 477 
22 399 

4 344 
32 220 



SwORDFISH, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, WHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, NOT SCALED OR OTHRWSE PROC 



10 000 

394 

10 394 



21 259 
907 

22 166 



21 259 
907 

22 166 



22 500 
1 092 

23 592 



10 000 

394 

10 394 



21 259 
907 

22 166 



574 855 

527 133 

9 250 

10 460 

52 774 

99 726 

23 600 

10 375 

801 198 

21 450 

172 720 

563 814 

325 540 

2 800 

6 325 

10 500 

2 884 

18 848 

9 651 

71 192 

59 672 

5 000 

76 445 

130 745 

90 459 

78 214 

38 396 

253 239 

41 899 

089 164 



100 639 

310 469 

5 493 

9 262 

81 823 

67 028 

31 660 

8 819 

214 750 

7 251 

105 127 

340 824 

242 249 

7 748 

15 057 

41 550 

11 057 

12 634 

7 116 
51 799 
46 698 

8 651 
69 671 

80 140 

81 325 
76 669 
29 032 

117 398 

18 913 

200 852 



102 697 

313 733 

5 493 

9 262 

81 823 
67 028 
31 660 

8 819 

214 810 

7 251 

105 127 

340 825 

242 249 

7 748 

15 057 

41 655 

11 087 

12 634 

7 116 
51 809 
46 698 

8 651 
69 678 
80 346 

82 185 
76 669 
29 032 

117 398 

18 913 

207 453 



103 125 
314 827 

6 165 

10 485 
89 462 
73 744 
34 220 

9 819 
279 933 

8 367 
118 588 
433 464 
270 958 

7 980 
15 514 
41 655 

11 087 
15 961 

9 260 
73 039 
51 920 

9 278 
78 484 

92 964 

93 117 
84 764 
40 172 

132 365 

26 288 

2 537 005 



574 855 

527 133 

9 250 

10 460 

52 774 

99 726 

23 600 

10 375 

801 198 

21 450 

172 720 

563 814 

325 540 

2 800 

6 325 

10 500 

2 884 

18 848 

9 651 

71 192 

59 672 

5 000 

76 445 

130 745 

90 459 

78 214 

38 396 

253 239 

41 899 

089 164 



FISH, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, SCALED BUT NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED 



60 050 

103 740 

318 541 

10 110 

25 000 

38 352 

136 

555 929 



45 529 

62 055 

260 161 

7 116 

8 525 

9 241 
969 

393 596 



45 770 

62 055 

248 161 

7 116 

8 525 

9 241 
996 

381 864 



45 770 

70 677 

280 184 

7 536 

10 500 

12 464 

1 119 

428 250 



60 050 

103 740 

318 541 

10 110 

25 000 

38 352 

136 

555 929 



100 639 

310 469 

5 493 

9 262 

81 823 

67 028 

31 660 

8 819 

214 750 

7 251 

105 127 

340 824 

242 249 

7 748 

15 057 

41 550 

11 057 

12 634 

7 116 
51 799 
46 698 

8 651 
69 671 

80 140 

81 325 
76 669 
29 032 

117 398 

18 913 

200 852 



45 529 

62 055 

260 161 

7 116 

8 525 

9 241 
969 

393 596 



17 876 

38 444 

8 226 

667 322 

(LB) 

57 163 

56 320 

113 483 



SALMON, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, WHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, NOT SCALED OR OTHRWSE PROCESSED (LB) 



775 254 
773 

776 027 



MACKEREL; FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, WHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, NOT SCALED OR OTHRWSE PROCESSED (LB) 



5 487 
22 399 

4 344 
32 230 

(LB) 

21 259 
907 

22 166 



FISH, NSPF, FRSH, CHLD OR FRZN, WHOLE OR BEHEADED, ETC, NOT SCALED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED (LB) 



211 476 
3 388 808 
3 360 534 

177 150 
1 426 604 

316 932 

44 400 

8 925 904 



200 553 
277 015 
253 418 
166 172 
351 780 
270 810 
36 283 
556 031 



200 553 
3 278 164 
3 253 418 

166 172 
1 351 780 

270 810 

36 283 

8 557 180 



211 476 
3 322 908 
3 417 555 

179 336 
1 444 393 

301 106 

40 848 

8 917 622 



211 476 
3 388 808 
3 360 534 

177 150 
1 426 604 

316 932 

44 400 

8 925 9Q4 



200 553 
3 277 015 
3 253 418 

166 172 
1 351 780 

270 810 

36 283 

8 556 031 



102 697 

313 733 

5 493 

9 262 

81 823 
67 028 
31 660 

8 819 

214 810 

7 251 

105 127 

340 825 

242 249 

7 748 

15 057 

41 655 

11 087 

12 634 

7 116 
51 809 
46 698 

8 651 
69 678 
80 346 

82 185 
76 669 
29 032 

117 398 

18 913 

207 453 

(LB) 

45 770 

62 055 

248 161 

7 116 

8 525 

9 241 
996 

381 864 



COD, SKINNED, BONED, FROZEN INTO BLOCKS WEIGHING OVER 10 LBS, IMPORTED TO BE MINCED, ETC (LB) 



200 553 
3 278 164 
3 253 418 

166 172 
1 351 780 

270 810 

36 283 

8 557 180 



18 599 

42 179 

10 157 

703 667 



57 163 

56 320 

113 483 



775 254 
859 

776 113 



5 487 

25 465 

5 031 

35 983 



22 500 
1 092 

23 592 



103 125 
314 827 

6 165 

10 485 
89 462 
73 744 
34 220 

9 819 
279 933 

8 367 
118 588 
433 464 
270 958 

7 980 
15 514 
41 655 

11 087 
15 961 

9 260 
73 039 
51 920 

9 278 
78 484 

92 964 

93 117 
84 764 
40 172 

132 365 

26 288 

537 005 



45 770 

70 677 

280 184 

7 536 

10 500 

12 464 

1 119 

428 250 



211 476 
3 322 908 
3 417 555 

179 336 
1 444 393 

301 106 

40 848 

8 917 622 



2-8 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a 


s., and C if. Values Contin 


ued 




(See "Explanation of Statistics" tor information on coverage, date ol i 


mportation, delinitiont ol Cultom:. las and c 


. 


. sources ol ■ 


data OTH CTY 'othe' countroej. and other dettnittom and leetu<ai 




ol the import staunicj. Shipment! valued len than $251 ere shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 end eidudad liom all oBur eeanmodrtan 1 














uulv A commodity number. and unit of qua 










Current month 




'-"Uin 1.. Jalr 


Country 


Net 
quant i t y 




quautl 










orlKln 


Cu stoma 








» 










031006 


o flatfish. 


SKINNED, BONEO 


, FRZN INTO 8LCKS fEIGHING 


OVER 


10 LBS, IMPORTED TO BE MInCEO/ETC 


(LB) 






CANADA 


1 252 124 


1 027 


951 


1 031 793 


1 035 


991 


1 252 124 


1 027 951 


1 031 793 


1 


035 991 




77 184 


7i* 


773 


7m 773 


79 


056 


77 18-* 


. 773 


70 773 




79 056 


DENMARK 


17 754 


17 


41 <! 


17 116 


17 


931 


17 75« 


17 


17 - 




17 V31 


JAPAN 


79 200 


360 


9511 


360 958 


370 


121 


79 200 


360 956 


360 956 




370 121 


OTH CTY 


2 970 


2 


(1 ' l 


2 611 


2 


622 


2 970 


2 611 


2 611 




2 822 




1 429 232 


1 483 


" i 


1 487 551 


1 505 


923 


: -29 232 


1 483 709 


1 467 551 


1 


505 923 


034006 


2 HADDOCK, 


SKINNED, BONED, 


frzn into Blocks ■eighing 


OVER 


10 LBS, IMPORTED TO BE MINCf 


(LB) 








428 633 


139 


46? 


439 162 


439 


905 


426 633 


439 M62 


139 "*62 




•39 905 




603 567 


"499 


771 


199 77m 


529 


646 


603 5e>T 


199 77* 


K94 




529 618 




42 702 


38 


-3? 


38 832 


42 


005 


42 702 


36 632 


36 632 




42 005 




106 "434 


104 


BO J 


104 802 


110 


004 


106 43* 


104 602 


104 602 




110 004 




8 316 


8 


■ 1 


8 106 


6 


705 


6 316 


6 106 


B 106 




6 705 




1 189 652 


1 090 


»7( 


1 090 97J 


1 130 


467 


1 189 652 


1 090 976 


1 090 976 


1 


130 467 


031006 


4 POLLOCK, 


SKINNEO/ BONED, 


FRZN INTO BLOCKS 4EI&HING 


OVER 


10 LBS, IMPORTED TO BE «• 


(LB) 








171 226 


112 


65! 


112 366 


112 


em 


171 226 


■>55 


112 366 




112 641 




154 436 


99 


98C 


99 986 


106 


176 




99 966 


99 966 




106 176 




198 025 


136 




136 64: 


151 




196 02! 


136 


136 613 




151 242 




27 528 


18 


"l 


18 361 


19 


159 


27 5J« 


16 361 


16 361 




19 159 




82 432 


52 


6] 


52 061 


57 


045 


62 132 


52 061 


52 061 




57 (J«l5 




4 911 515 


2 919 


BB< 


2 919 88« 


3 283 


046 




2 919 669 


<SB9 


3 


263 046 




159 810 


92 


}?> 


92 326 


106 


693 


159 6uC 


92 326 


92 326 




106 693 




5 735 032 


3 431 


92] 


3 «31 632 


3 636 


202 


S 735 035 


S - •: 92i 


3 431 63? 


3 


616 202 


034006 


6 FISH/ NSPF, SKINNED, 


BONED/ FRZN INTO BLKS HEIGMING OVER 10 LBS, 1MP0HTE0 TO t- . ET (LB) 








399 630 


212 


-:* 


214 01C 


215 


725 


399 63C 


212 615 


JlO 




215 7?5 




8 550 


10 


581 


10 66! 


11 


66C 


6 55C 


10 686 


10 666 




11 660 




130 071 


19 


33< 


19 33<i 


26 


J-: 


130 071 


19 339 


19 339 




26 541 




233 637 


178 


71( 


1 178 71C 


199 


605 


233 631 


176 710 


176 710 




199 605 




1 115 292 


622 


51" 


612 5T 


699 


302 


1 115 292 


622 517 


61? 517 




699 302 




3 682 457 


1 920 


20S 


1 1 920 20<; 


2 200 


410 


3 662 45T 


1 920 209 


1 920 209 


2 


200 410 




510 940 


419 


573 419 57: 


»-< 


993 


510 9itC 


■ '.73 


419 573 




112 993 




20 061 


20 


57t 


. 20 57e 


22 


067 


20 o&: 


20 576 


20 576 




22 067 




7 260 


5 


186 5 18< 


5 


606 


7 26C 


1 5 166 


5 486 




5 806 




201 762 


168 


211 


168 211 


181 


005 


201 762 


166 211 


166 




161 005 


KOR REP... . 


887 618 


565 


uuu. 565 IK 


630 


546 


667 616 56! 


561 "- 




630 546 




196 00C 


140 


068 140 06t 


1 15m 


670 


196 000 140 066 


110 066 




154 670 




36 036 


27 


268 27 268 26 


929 


36 036 /66 


tl 266 




26 929 




82"; 




332 33< 




400 


829 332 


'!< 




400 




7 132 143 


4 311 


236 4 302 43] 


q 819 


661 


J -'-<. 143 . 236 


4 30^ 


1 


619 661 


03400< 


>8 ATLANTIC 


OCEAN PERCH 


(ROSEFISH), FRSH, 


CHLD OR FRZN, OTHERWISE PROCESSEO, FILLETEC, ETC 


(LB) 








1 815 666 


1 619 


064 1 621 45 


1 634 


638 


• 666 16:4 M 


i 62: 


1 


631 636 




601 3l£ 


508 


059 508 059 535 


975 


601 316 506 059 


506 059 




535 975 




36 90C 


32 


861 32 86 


35 


78e 


36 9oO 32 661 


32 861 




35 766 




17 05C 


14 


796 14 796 15 


601 


17 050 14 796 


- 796 




15 601 




63 98C 


51 


048 51 048 56 


507 


63 980 51 046 


51 046 




56 507 




2 566 9H 


2 225 


828 2 228 215 2 278 


709 


2 566 9i4 2 225 626 


2 226 215 


2 


276 709 


03400 


?0 COD, FRESH/ CHILLED 


5R FROZEN, OTHERpiISE PROCESSED 


r FILLETED, MlNCEDi 


6R0UND, ETC 


(LB) 








2 766 921 


2 750 


008 2 756 32 


L 2 771 


805 


2 766 921 2 750 006 


321 


2 


771 605 




9 80C 


5 


680 5 880 6 


540 


9 600 5 880 


5 860 




6 5«0 




2 932 25C 


3 520 


415 3 520 415 3 675 


205 


2 932 250 3 520 415 


3 52: 


3 


675 205 




399 21C 


192 


926 492 925 523 


639 


399 2jO 492 926 


492 925 




523 639 




765 96C 


1 816 


036 848 036 900 


399 


765 960 6«8 036 


618 036 




900 399 




217 000 235 


506 235 506 257 


5*6 


217 000 235 5C6 


235 506 




257 5M6 




5 350 1 


842 1 842 5 


350 


5 350 - %M2 


i 842 




5 350 




7 096 491 


7 857 


613 7 863 925 8 140 


661 


7 096 491 7 857 613 


7 663 925 


6 


140 664 


03400 


72 CUSK/ HADDOCK, HAKE 


J POLLOCK/ FRSH/ CHLD OR FRZN/ 


OTHE 


RuISE PROCESSED, FILLETED, ETC. 


(LB) 








1 883 677 1 746 


038 1 737 382 1 748 


215 


1 883 677 1 746 038 


1 737 362 


1 


716 215 




854 104 892 


348 892 348 932 


901 


654 104 892 3«8 


692 346 




932 901 




299 110 292 


203 292 223 318 


825 


299 1M0 292 203 


292 223 




316 825 




. 90 900 117 


798 117 798 124 


078 


90 900 117 798 


117 796 




124 078 




106 000 73 


199 73 199 83 


733 


106 000 73 199 


73 199 




83 733 




3 233 82 


L 3 121 


586 3 112 950 3 207 


752 


3 233 821 3 121 566 


3 112 950 


3 


207 752 


03400 


74 NOLF FISH (SEA CATFISH) 


, FRSH, CHLD/ FRZN/ OTHERWISE PROCESSED, FILLETED/ MINCED, ETC 


(LB) 








81 383 87 


801 87 079 86 


235 


81 383 67 801 


67 079 




66 235 




145 861 198 


113 198 113 206 


693 


145 86 


* 198 113 


198 113 




206 693 




30 150 3* 


831 34 831 37 


100 


30 150 34 831 


34 831 




37 100 




39 000 42 


060 42 060 44 


819 


39 000 42 060 


-? 060 




MM 649 




296 397 362 


805 362 083 376 


877 


296 397 362 805 


362 083 




376 677 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-9 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



0340078 

CANADA 

ROMANIA 

TOTAL 

0340080 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0340082 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340084 

CANADA 

ARGENT 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

DENMARK 

NETHLDS 

POLAND 

MALAYSA 

K0R REP 

JAPAN....... 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340086 

URUGUAY 

ICELAND 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340090 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BELIZE 

HONDURA 

NICARAG 

C RICA 

ECUADOR 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

INDIA 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0340092 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

ICELAND 

DENMARK 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

0340094 

C RICA 

JAMAICA 

HAITI 

COLOMB 

GUYANA 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

THAILND 



PIKE/ PICKEREL, PIKE PERCH, FRSH, CHLLD, OR FRZN, OTHRWSE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED,ETC (LB) 



254 886 

6 525 

261 411 



531 675 

14 494 

546 169 



532 971 

14 562 

547 533 



533 834 

14 562 
548 396 



254 886 

6 525 

261 4H 



531 675 

14 494 

546 169 



YELLOW PERCH/ FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN, OTHRWSE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED, GROUND, ETC 



85 450 
85 450 



245 812 
245 812 



246 676 
246 676 



246 676 
246 676 



85 450 
85 450 



245 812 
245 812 



FISH, FRESH-KATER, NSPF, FRSH, CHLLD, OR FRZN, OTHRWSE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED, ETC 



61 718 

995 250 

3 589 

060 557 



69 634 

672 528 

4 345 

746 507 



70 588 

671 528 

4 345 

746 461 



75 716 

759 542 

4 565 

839 823 



61 718 

995 250 

3 589 

060 557 



69 634 

672 528 

4 345 

746 507 



FLATFISH, EXCEPT HALIBUT, FRSH, CHLLD, OR FRZN, OTHRWSE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED, ETC 



060 702 

16 789 

65 116 

19 950 

57 160 

220 769 

154 116 

6 500 

140 000 

813 609 

2 000 

556 711 



503 820 

17 730 

60 838 

17 950 

102 285 

290 438 

958 306 

7 367 

123 531 

588 699 

2 075 

673 039 



506 977 

17 730 

60 838 

17 950 

102 285 

290 438 

958 306 

7 367 

123 531 

588 734 

2 075 

676 231 



512 584 

19 041 

64 184 

19 451 

106 525 

316 488 

068 425 

8 205 

136 360 

681 994 

2 223 

935 480 



060 702 

16 789 

65 116 

19 950 

57 160 

220 769 

154 U6 

6 500 

140 000 

813 609 

2 000 

556 7ll 



503 820 

17 730 

60 838 

17 950 

102 285 

290 438 

958 306 

7 367 

123 531 

588 699 

2 075 

673 039 



HALIBUT, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, OTHRWSE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED, GROUND, ETC 



43 175 
7 250 
2 160 

52 585 



18 134 

13 323 

1 294 

32 751 



18 134 
13 323 

1 294 
32 751 



21 825 

13 992 

1 567 

37 384 



43 175 
7 250 
2 160 

52 585 



18 134 

13 323 

1 294 

32 751 



FISH, NSPF, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, OTHERWISE PROCESSED, FILLETED, MINCED, ETC 



243 058 
146 999 

16 626 
5 400 

35 730 

24 938 

166 036 

442 642 

613 620 

621 762 

880 623 

18 072 

178 650 

4 515 

28 461 

38 905 

565 650 

594 294 

14 958 

144 000 

17 418 
802 357 



308 329 

212 744 

19 926 

10 800 

25 530 

31 935 

111 316 

108 825 

676 472 

343 078 

517 139 

28 968 

247 057 

7 561 

35 260 

46 783 

385 963 

502 761 

13 509 

73 570 

13 194 

720 740 



309 373 

218 020 

19 926 

10 800 

25 530 

31 935 

111 316 

108 825 

676 472 

343 078 

517 138 

28 968 

247 057 

7 581 

35 365 

46 783 

385 855 

502 761 

13 509 

73 570 

13 194 

727 056 



303 459 

218 482 

21 078 

11 022 

27 759 

35 766 

124 169 

120 371 

722 664 

388 827 

587 386 

33 230 

264 958 

8 040 

37 888 

51 137 

462 844 

566 222 

15 645 

87 437 

17 616 

4 106 000 



243 058 
146 999 

16 626 
5 400 

35 730 

24 938 

166 036 

442 642 

613 620 

621 762 

880 623 

18 072 

178 650 

4 515 

28 461 

38 905 

565 650 

594 294 

14 958 

144 000 

17 418 
802 357 



308 329 

212 744 

19 926 

10 800 

25 530 

31 935 

111 316 

108 825 

676 472 

343 078 

517 139 

28 968 

247 057 

7 581 

35 260 

46 783 

385 963 

502 761 

13 509 

73 570 

13 194 

720 740 



FISH ROE, EXCLDNG STURGEON, FRESH, CHILLED OR FROZEN/NOT BOILED OR IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



44 664 

10 361 

3 788 

3 960 
1 200 

4 050 
68 023 



24 327 

16 525 

8 912 

15 897 

5 267 

34 166 

105 114 



25 032 
16 525 

8 912 
15 897 

5 267 

34 186 

105 819 



25 032 

17 250 

9 352 

17 062 

5 741 

37 146 

111 583 



44 664 
10 361 



788 
960 
200 
050 



68 023 



24 327 

16 525 

8 912 

15 897 

5 267 

34 186 

105 114 



FISH OR SHELLFISH, LIVE, IMPORTED TO BE USED FOR PURPOSES OTHER THAN HUMAN CONSUMPTION 



7 530 

5 656 

5 598 

185 566 

28 829 

67 792 

45 530 

272 083 



7 530 

5 656 

5 598 

184 787 

28 829 

68 017 

45 044 

272 053 



9 900 

6 648 

6 386 

228 016 

57 290 

90 884 

61 541 

435 231 



7 530 

5 656 

5 598 

185 566 

28 629 

67 792 

45 530 

272 083 



532 


971 


14 


562 


547 


533 


(LB 




246 


676 


246 


676 


(LB 




70 


588 


671 


528 


4 


345 


746 


461 


(LB 




2 506 


977 


17 


730 


60 


838 


17 


950 


102 


285 


290 


436 


958 


306 


7 


367 


123 


531 


588 


734 


2 


075 


4 676 


231 


(LB 




18 


134 


13 


323 


1 


294 


32 


751 


(LB 




309 


373 


218 


020 


19 


926 


10 


800 


25 


530 


31 


935 


111 


316 


108 


825 


676 


472 


343 


078 


517 


138 


28 


968 


247 


057 


7 


581 


35 


365 


46 


783 


385 


855 


502 


761 


13 


509 


73 


570 


13 


194 


3 727 


056 


(LB 




25 


032 


16 


525 


6 


912 


15 


897 


5 


267 


34 


186 


105 


819 


7 


530 


5 


656 


5 


598 


184 


787 


28 


829 


68 


017 


45 


044 


272 


053 



533 


834 


14 


562 


548 


396 


246 


676 


246 


676 


75 


716 


759 


542 


4 


565 


839 


823 


512 


584 


19 


041 


64 


184 


19 


451 


106 


525 


316 


488 


068 


425 


8 


205 


136 


360 


681 


994 


2 


223 


935 


480 


21 


825 


13 


992 


1 


567 


37 


384 


303 


459 


218 


482 


21 


078 


11 


022 


27 


759 


35 


766 


124 


169 


120 


371 


722 


664 


388 


827 


587 


386 


33 


230 


264 


958 


8 


040 


37 


888 


51 


137 


462 


844 


566 


222 


15 


645 


87 


437 


17 


616 


106 


000 


25 


032 


17 


250 


9 


352 


17 


062 


5 


741 


37 


146 


111 


583 


9 


900 


6 


648 


6 


386 


228 


016 


57 


290 


90 


684 


61 


541 


435 


231 



2-10 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C.i.f Values Continued 

(See •'Explananon ol Suiutio" lor ,nfortn«,on on cow-me. d«e of imporui.on. dtiMtkm ol Cuiio-m. I . , * '•■— 
ol the .mport suunio. Shiprojnrs .< u «0 Ira thin S251 »>• 1110*11 only »««■ SdwjJulc A connwo.ty numb* 990 MOO tod titl-O/d how WW 0«w ca— e*f.| 



SINGAPR 

INONSIA 

PHIL R 

H6 KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

NIGERIA 

MALAWI 

OTH CTV 

TOTAL 

0350410 

CANADA 

U KING 

TOTAL 

0350420 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350430 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350440 

CANADA 

U KING 

IRELAND 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350510 

VENEZ 

NORWAY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350520 

MEXICO 

NICARAG 

VENEZ 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

INDIA 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

CHINA H 

KOR R£P 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350530 

CANADA 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

SPAIN 

TOTAL 

0350540 

CANADA 

NORWAY 

SPAIN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0350550 

CANADA 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

OTH CTV 

TOTAL 



• 








1 urrt-ni month 




Counl ry 
origin 




Value (dolUm) 


quasi 

















330 "79 

12 264 

130 289 

334 872 

81 103 

■ - . t 

6 546 

26 697 

8 357 

26 636 

1 64Q 129 



330 479 

12 26<t 

130 589 

338 162 

79 965 

64 102 

6 5-46 

26 697 

8 357 

641 561 



516 933 

23 919 

• 920 

502 755 

126 667 

7 662 

38 75«4 

9 647 

2 492 211 



330 479 
12 264 

1JC 

334 872 
81 103 

■ 
?6 697 

26 636 
129 



COO, CUSK, HADDOCK, HAKE AND POLLOCK, SMOKED OR KIPPERED, NOT OTHEMIS' "■■■•' I s." 



9 555 
29 040 
38 595 



9 001 
32 635 
4] 636 



9 001 
32 635 

41 636 



9 001 
35 061 

44 062 



* 555 
29 040 
38 59'. 



9 001 
32 635 



HERRING, SMOKED OR KIPPERED, WHOLE OR BEHEADED ONLY, NOT OThRwSE PRQCfc 



123 L48 
1 69" 

124 842 



91 216 
1 624 



91 292 

1 62« 

92 916 



91 292 
2 002 

93 29a 



1 694 



92 840 



HERRING, SMOKED OR KIPPERED/ OTHERWISE PROCESSE. 



76 465 

867 

79 332 



45 478 
1 222 

46 700 



45 921 
1 222 

47 143 



45 921 

1 373 

47 294 



78 465 
667 

79 332 



46 700 



FISH, NSPF, SMOKED OR KIPPERED* NOT OTHRWSE PREP OR PRES ANO NOT | 



3 127 

10 920 

7 286 

8 236 
29 569 



21 645 

94 305 

54 930 

8 575 

1-9 -55 



21 645 

94 305 

54 930 

8 575 

179 455 



106 611 

58 662 

9 SOS 

198 006 



3 127 

10 920 

7 286 

6 236 

29 569 



94 30) 
54 930 

6 575 



COD 



, CUSK, HADDOCK, HAKE AND POLLOCK, DR:-- . -T OTHERWISE PREP CM PRES, NCT CANNED 



70 000 
20 889 

45 
90 934 



80 500 
32 912 

641 
114 053 



60 500 
32 912 

641 
114 053 



725 
123 020 



70 000 

20 669 

45 

90 934 



60 5C0 
32 912 

114 053 



FISH, NSPF, INCLUDING SHARK FINS, DRIED, NOT OTHERWISE PREP OR PRES, AND NOT CM 



10 098 



800 

1 350 

3 472 

400 

236 

3 520 

4 993 

5 427 
3 773 

14 345 



16 599 

5 400 

6 100 



001 
016 
320 
462 
139 
406 
515 



630 
910 



64 954 



92 353 

46 237 

16 392 

?39 940 



16 599 

5 400 

8 100 

6 001 

9 016 
8 320 
6 500 
6 139 
6 406 

12 515 

92 624 

46 433 

16 392 

240 445 



17 725 

5 616 

8 721 

8 050 

9 892 
8 451 
7 006 

6 675 

7 197 
14 603 

H :'-.' 
50 700 

17 934 
258 823 



It 191 



1 


600 


1 


35C 


5 


472 




400 




236 


s 




- 


993 


! 


-■r 


3 


773 


.- 




7 


630 


7 


910 



16 599 
5 400 
100 



001 

016 
320 
- 
139 



64 954 



12 515 

92 353 

16 392 

239 940 



COD, CUSK, HADDOCK, HAKE, POLLOCK, SALTED OR PICKLED, WHOLE, BEHEADED, SCALED, EVIS, ETC 



136 060 

2 282 

101 330 

75 044 

314 716 



2 000 679 

5 250 

156 529 

67 720 

2 230 178 



038 036 

5 250 

156 529 

67 720 

267 535 



038 036 

6 508 

163 096 

71 200 

278 840 



136 060 

2 282 

101 330 

~l ..- 

314 7j6 



2 000 679 

5 250 

156 529 

67 720 

i 230 178 



330 


479 


12 


<64 


130 


5S9 


338 


162 


79 


965 


t" 


102 


6 


546 


26 


697 


8 


357 


26 


666 


641 


561 


til 




9 


001 






41 


636 


li-8 




91 


292 


1 




'. 


916 


(LB 




44 




1 


222 


■ 


.-' 


(LB) 


21 


645 


N 


305 


• 


930 


6 


575 


179 


455 


(LB) 




500 


iZ 


912 




641 




053 



16 599 



9 


400 


1 


100 


•. 


001 


1 


016 


I 


320 


1 


500 


1 


139 


1 


•■j> 


1. 


515 


»J 


62« 


-1 


433 


:*- 


392 



240 445 

(LB) 

036 036 

5 250 

156 529 

67 720 

267 535 



COD, CUSK, HADDOCK, HAKE, POLLOCK, SALTED, PICKLED, BOsED, SKINNED/ 0* OTHERWISE PPCCESSEC (L9) 



247 862 

7 939 

25 000 

2 510 

283 311 



490 093 

13 183 

31 250 

6 153 

540 679 



1 505 115 

13 183 

31 250 

6 153 

1 555 701 



505 115 

16 207 

32 508 

6 652 

560 482 



247 862 
7 939 

za >c 

2 c ;: 

283 311 



1 490 093 

13 163 

31 250 

6 153 

1 54Q 679 



HERRING, SALTED OR PICKLED/ BUT NOT OTHRWSE PREP OR PRES AND NOT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



2 362 320 

66 138 

31 950 

4 578 

2 464 986 



1 251 043 

33 765 

21 "Ol 

4 070 

1 310 279 



274 925 

33 765 

21 SC3 

4 070 

33« 568 



1 27e 691 

39 300 

23 832 

4 737 

1 346 560 



362 320 

66 138 

31 950 

4 578 

464 986 



1 251 043 

33 765 

21 4C1 

4 070 

1 310 279 



1 505 115 

13 183 

31 250 

6 153 

1 555 701 

(LB) 

1 274 925 

33 765 

21 606 

4 070 

1 334 566 



516 


V33 


23 


919 


249 


920 


502 


755 


126 


667 


76 


943 


7 


682 


36 


754 


9 


647 


40 


675 


492 


111 


9 


001 


35 


061 


44 


062 


91 


292 


< 


002 


93 


294 


45 


921 


1 


373 


47 


<94 


22 


730 


106 


oil 


56 


662 


9 


605 


196 


006 


66 


065 


34 


230 




725 


123 


020 


17 


725 


5 


616 


6 


721 


6 


050 


9 


892 


6 


451 


7 


006 


6 


075 


7 


197 


14 


603 


96 


053 


50 


700 


17 


934 



;*.= I2J 



2 038 036 

6 506 

163 096 

71 200 

2 278 640 



1 505 115 

16 207 

32 506 

6 652 

1 560 462 



1 276 691 

39 300 

23 832 

4 737 

1 346 560 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-11 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.1 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.F. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



0350560 


MACKEREL.. 


SALTED OR PICKLED, 


BIT 


r noi 


0THRH5 


E PREP OR PRES & 


NOT H 


AIRTJ 


GHT C0NT< 


INERS 


(LB) 






144 


271 


45 


279 




45 


827 


45 862 


144 


271 


45 


279 


45 827 


45 862 




144 


271 


45 


279 




45 


827 


45 882 


144 


271 


45 


279 


45 827 


45 882 


0350570 


FISH, 


NSPF 


, SALTED OR PICKLED, BUT NOT OTHRWSE PREP OR PRES 


S NOT 


IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 


(LB) 






50 


452 


161 


772 




161 


772 


161 772 


50 


452 


161 


772 


161 772 


161 772 




41 


086 


122 


926 




122 


926 


126 938 


41 


086 


122 


926 


122 926 


126 938 




11 


023 


16 


000 




16 


000 


16 800 


11 


023 


16 


000 


16 000 


16 800 




12 


083 


13 


540 




13 


540 


14 936 


12 


063 


13 


540 


13 540 


14 936 




13 


500 


18 


851 




18 


851 


19 942 


13 


500 


18 


851 


18 851 


19 942 




18 


489 


12 


992 




12 


992 


14 578 


18 


489 


12 


992 


12 992 


14 578 




1 


790 


5 


391 




5 


526 


6 334 


1 


790 


5 


391 


5 526 


6 334 




7 


2?8 


5 


297 




5 


361 


5 667 


7 


226 


5 


297 


5 361 


5 867 




30 


037 


72 


748 




73 


333 


76 900 


30 


037 


72 


748 


73 333 


78 900 




1 


500 


5 


050 




5 


050 


5 670 


1 


500 


5 


050 


5 050 


5 670 




7 


275 


31 


538 




31 


537 


34 859 


7 


275 


31 


538 


31 537 


34 859 




194 


463 


466 


105 




466 


see 


486 596 


194 


463 


466 


105 


466 888 


486 596 


0360010 


CRABMEAT, 


FRESH, CHILLED OR 


r R0ZEN 














(LB) 






32 


544 


101 


993 




102 


043 


102 043 


32 


544 


101 


993 


102 043 


102 043 




19 


980 


73 


543 




73 


543 


76 117 


19 


96C 


73 


543 


73 543 


76 117 




5 


000 


20 


950 




20 


214 


20 950 


5 


000 


20 


950 


20 214 


20 950 






619 


1 


238 




1 


236 


2 129 




619 


1 


238 


1 238 


2 129 




58 


143 


197 


724 




197 


036 


201 239 


56 


143 


197 


724 


197 038 


201 239 


0360015 


CRABS, 


FRESH, FRZN, PREPARED 


OR 


PRESERVED; 


OYSTERS, EXCEPT 


SEED, NOT IN 


AIRTIGHT 


CONTNRS 


(LB) 






22 


289 


18 


888 




19 


054 


19 780 


22 


289 


18 


868 


19 054 


19 760 




112 


472 


23 


549 




28 


005 


28 005 


112 


472 


23 


549 


28 005 


28 005 




3 


625 


19 


999 




20 


252 


21 616 


3 


625 


19 


999 


20 252 


21 616 




94 


129 


86 


965 




86 


965 


95 441 


94 


129 


86 


965 


66 965 


95 441 




2 


480 


18 


190 




18 


274 


19 335 


2 


480 


18 


190 


16 274 


19 335 




5 


710 


24 


172 




24 


172 


25 073 


5 


710 


24 


172 


24 172 


25 073 






542 


1 


035 




1 


035 


1 648 




542 


1 


035 


1 035 


1 648 




241 


247 


192 


798 




197 


757 


210 898 


241 


247 


192 


798 


197 757 


210 698 


0360035 


LOBSTERS, 


LIVE 




















(LB) 






747 


733 


2 465 


239 


2 


469 


183 


2 469 200 


747 


733 


2 465 


239 


2 469 183 


2 469 200 




1 


520 


6 


080 




6 


080 


6 194 


1 


520 


6 


080 


6 080 


6 194 




2 


870 


5 


992 




5 


992 


6 352 


2 


870 


5 


992 


5 992 


6 352 




16 


693 


36 


109 




36 


109 


39 771 


16 


693 


36 


109 


36 109 


39 771 




6 


921 


12 


263 




12 


263 


13 530 


6 


921 


12 


263 


12 263 


13 530 




775 


737 


2 525 


683 


2 


529 


627 


2 535 047 


775 


737 


2 525 


683 


2 529 627 


2 535 047 


0360015 


ROCK LOBSTER TAILS, NOT IN AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 










(LB) 






1 


110 


5 


051 




5 


116 


5 116 


1 


110 


5 


051 


5 116 


5 116 




15 


780 


85 


110 




85 


441 


86 302 


15 


780 


85 


110 


85 441 


86 302 




12 


000 


69 


560 




69 


560 


70 675 


12 


000 


69 


560 


69 560 


70 675 




212 


496 


1 154 


802 


1 


154 


802 


1 176 547 


212 


496 


1 154 


802 


1 154 802 


1 176 547 




512 


772 


2 380 


959 


2 


280 


959 


2 336 248 


512 


772 


2 380 


959 


2 280 959 


2 336 248 




32 


010 


192 


720 




192 


720 


201 411 


32 


010 


192 


720 


192 720 


201 411 




39 


180 


147 


429 




147 


429 


152 919 


39 


180 


147 


429 


147 429 


152 919 




108 


195 


615 


259 




615 


259 


626 079 


106 


195 


615 


259 


615 259 


626 079 




20 


161 


76 


099 




76 


099 


78 560 


20 


161 


76 


099 


76 099 


78 560 




13 


476 


70 


127 




70 


127 


74 225 


13 


476 


70 


127 


70 127 


74 225 




8 


833 


36 


791 




36 


791 


38 308 


6 


833 


36 


791 


36 791 


38 308 




19 


000 


111 


051 




111 


051 


114 950 


19 


000 


111 


051 


111 051 


114 950 




36 


850 


181 


396 




181 


646 


193 872 


36 


850 


181 


396 


181 646 


193 872 




18 


000 


59 


904 




59 


904 


62 604 


18 


000 


59 


904 


59 904 


62 604 




2 


468 


6 


049 




6 


049 


6 297 


2 


468 


6 


049 


6 049 


6 297 




36 


000 


115 


191 




115 


191 


122 669 


36 


000 


115 


191 


115 191 


122 669 




46 


480 


139 


740 




139 


740 


148 766 


46 


480 


139 


740 


139 740 


148 766 




59 


950 


330 


829 




328 


442 


339 304 


59 


950 


330 


829 


328 442 


339 304 




384 


977 


2 501 


502 


2 


500 


062 


2 578 148 


384 


977 


2 501 


502 


2 500 062 


2 578 148 




88 


200 


494 


752 




494 


752 


505 201 


88 


200 


494 


752 


494 752 


505 201 




231 


460 


1 420 


880 


1 


420 


880 


1 475 577 


231 


460 


1 420 


880 


1 420 860 


1 475 577 




26 


950 


177 


325 




177 


325 


178 983 


26 


950 


177 


325 


177 325 


178 983 






40 




280 






280 


285 




40 




280 


280 


285 




1 926 


388 


10 372 


806 


10 


269 


625 


10 573 046 


1 926 


388 


10 372 


806 


10 269 625 


10 573 046 


0360055 


LOBSTERS, 


NSPF, NOT 


IN AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 












(LB) 






74 


391 


70 


010 




69 


164 


70 010 


74 


391 


70 


010 


69 164 


70 010 




189 


852 


564 


926 




564 


926 


564 926 


189 


852 


564 


926 


564 926 


564 926 




2 


360 


9 


440 




9 


440 


10 762 


2 


360 


9 


440 


9 440 


10 762 




49 


790 


151 


246 




151 


246 


154 054 


49 


790 


151 


246 


151 246 


154 054 




40 


840 


226 


310 




226 


310 


230 686 


40 


840 


226 


310 


226 310 


230 686 




8 


000 


43 


374 




43 


374 


44 990 


8 


000 


43 


374 


43 374 


44 990 




13 


930 


77 


611 




77 


611 


78 779 


13 


930 


77 


611 


77 611 


78 779 




18 


800 


61 


048 




61 


048 


63 296 


18 


800 


61 


048 


61 048 


63 296 



2-12 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Expiation o. Sum,:,*" .0, in.on™,,on on co« ra oe. d,,e 0. .mport^on. d,r,n,„on, 0. DM • . «.«,.! = .he, '" d °™ ^*-ou^ «£°' ' " ^ 

o( the import sutittia Shipmeno vdueJ lea than S?5 1 en ihown only under ,tHy numb., 990 00 OP md t.dudad W .11 otM. c om, 









Schedule A coraodlty nu 


.uant 1 1 y 










Cunrni month 






tut 




Country 


No l 

(lUJ'll 1 IV 






Value (doll a 










orltfln 


Cub tons 


P. a. a. 








CAYMAN 


1 200 


6 


000 


6 


000 


6 093 


1 200 


6 000 


6 000 


6 093 


CHILE 


15 907 


101 


07| 


101 


071 


105 238 


15 907 


101 071 


101 071 


105 238 


176 63" 


570 


03? 


570 


032 


591 785 


• 634 


570 032 


570 032 


991 769 


BRAZIL 


3 142 


9 


4?<S 


9 


426 




3 . 




9 426 


9 94* 


DENMARK. . 


1 355 


9 


98? 


9 


98? 


10 064 


1 355 


9 982 


9 96? 


10 064 


U KING. . 


33 500 


180 


4?5 


180 


425 


165 139 


" 500 


160 425 


180 425 


ie- 


INDIA , 


44 040 


143 


6IB 


140 


875 


153 31V 


-- 040 


143 616 


140 675 


153 319 


THAILND 


38 8i*0 


148 


?76 


146 


276 


156 936 


36 640 


146 276 




15' 


INDNSIA 


13 668 


45 


938 


45 


938 


46 104 


13 666 






46 104 


PHIL R 


11 687 


45 


061 


45 


061 


46 79e 


11 667 


45 061 


45 061 


46 796 


H6 KONG 


41 310 


149 


568 


149 


566 


157 037 


HO 


149 566 




15 ' 


CHINA T 


59 750 


275 


R?« 


275 


828 


290 063 


"50 


275 626 


?75 S26 


290 063 


JAPAN 


56 694 


?48 


769 


243 


343 


J 432 


56 694 


246 769 


. ■ 


29 


AUSTRAL 


42 929 


?73 


535 


273 


535 


283 604 


4? 929 


27J 535 


273 535 


283 604 


NEK GUI 


52 930 


310 


856 


310 


858 


316 029 


52 930 


310 656 


310 656 


3K 




49 840 


287 


963 


287 


963 


303 679 


-■ mo 


267 963 


267 963 


303 679 




300 




765 




765 


793 


300 


765 


765 


793 




1 041 689 


4 Oil 


100 


4 002 


065 


HI 996 


. 669 


4 Oil 100 


4 00? 069 


« J41 V96 


036006 


5 SCALLOPS. 


FRESH, CHILLED 


, FROZEN, PREPARED OR PRESERVED 




(LB) 






1 180 023 


' 


- 1 


3 610 




3 6 


1 160 023 


3 613 401 


3 610 «1« 


3 614 617 




5 136 


12 


1?5 


12 


125 




it 


12 125 


1? 125 


12 125 




237 240 


570 


763 


570 


763 


580 933 


237 2 ,o 


570 763 


■ 


560 933 




90 210 


287 


930 


287 


930 


295 336 


90 210 


267 930 


267 930 


295 13b 




19 830 


36 


- '. 


36 


401 


. 


19 630 




36 401 


41 6?1 




12 292 


43 


556 


43 


607 


46 057 


12 292 




-3 607 


46 097 




63 364 


131 




131 


644 




63 ' 




131 644 


140 966 




1 60S 095 


4 897 


820 


4 895 


064 


4 9 3: 


1 606 095 


4 697 620 


» 695 064 


« 931 479 


036007 


5 shrimp and prawns, shell 


-ON 










(LB) 






20 883 


-6 


369 


46 


419 




20 663 


46 369 








2 696 420 


6 390 


181 


6 370 


244 


6 !' 


2 6*6 420 


6 390 161 


■ ' '0 2«4 


6 3- 




185 905 


869 


319 


869 


319 


665 914 


1*5 


869 319 


669 319 


6»" 




9 800 


40 


914 


40 




"1 656 


9 600 




40 914 


4 1 656 




299 720 


1 548 


148 


1 546 




1 579 827 


299 720 


1 Ml 




1 979 6?7 




52 100 


157 


909 


157 


909 


163 557 


52 100 




117 909 


163 597 




743 104 


2 161 


523 


2 161 


523 


2 219 395 


743 ;o» 


• 1 523 


2 161 923 


2 219 399 




139 917 


263 


943 


263 


943 


28? 42c 


139 9i7 




263 943 


262 420 




705 340 


2 375 


072 


2 370 


072 


|4] (ft! 


705 3*0 


2 375 072 


i 370 072 






5 000 


25 


000 


25 


000 


25 960 


5 000 


25 00C 


29 OOO 


?t >M 




284 200 


1 070 


910 


1 070 


910 


1 111 766 


284 200 


1 070 91C 


1 070 910 


1 111 766 




40 300 


150 


050 


150 


050 


153 341 


40 300 


150 05C 


190 09C 


153 341 




298 100 


516 


807 


516 


607 


548 276 


298 100 


516 601 


516 601 


948 276 




147 982 


526 


798 


526 


798 


551 769 


.-" *62 


526 79J 




991 769 




161 700 


242 


550 


242 


550 


260 690 


161 700 


i-2 J5< 




260 690 




595 989 


2 140 


336 


2 140 


337 


2 231 724 


595 989 


2 140 336 


2 ;- 


i 231 724 




46 800 


95 


800 


95 


800 


102 430 


'.00 


95 60C 


99 60C 


102 h3C 




18 000 


56 


430 


56 


430 


5b 7C5 


16 000 






98 709 




123 941 


426 


994 


426 


994 


446 797 


123 941 




426 991 


446 797 




5 000 


21 


250 


21 


250 


21 505 


5 000 


21 2'-C 


. 


?1 909 




75 440 


476 


889 


476 


689 


■92 B(H 


75 440 


476 ees 


476 669 


493 899 




228 439 


625 


900 


625 


900 


672 167 


228 -39 


625 90C 


629 90C 


67? 167 




347 920 


995 


759 


995 


759 


1 055 62e 


W7 920 


995 759 




1 095 6?8 




167 862 


597 


58e 


597 


588 


640 035 


167 662 




997 966 


640 035 




45 706 


165 


14? 


165 


142 


173 li: 


■"06 


165 14J 


165 142 


173 113 




59 519 


163 


C1C 


162 


407 


176 32] 


59 519 


163 01C 


16? 40' 


176 321 




16 612 


25 


37C 


25 


37C 


27 621 


16 612 


25 37C 


25 37C 


27 621 




32 617 


139 


756 


139 


756 


145 923 


32 617 


139 75c. 


' 


14t 




30 850 


24 


375 


24 


375 


28 609 


30 850 


24 375 


<- m 


28 609 




98 376 


340 


605 


340 


605 


358 256 


98 376 


340 605 


340 60! 


356 298 




96 326 


205 


43C 


205 


57M 


220 25C 


96 328 


209 -" 


205 57* 


220 250 




5 051 


17 


74< 


17 


746 


19 276 


5 051 


17 74< 


17 7m 


19 276 




14 500 


100 


672 


100 


67: 


104 625 


.- 500 


100 67: 


100 67: 


104 625 




1 080 


3 


64( 


3 


676 


3 741 


1 080 


3 64t 


3 676 


3 741 




7 800 503 


23 008 


19, 


22 982 


87" 


23 669 656 


7 800 5o3 


23 006 192 


22 962 67' 


23 669 656 


03600! 


>5 SHRIMP, PEELED, NOT 


BREADED, RAH, NOT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 




IL3) 






2* 260 


52 


760 52 


76' 


54 77: 


24 260 


52 760 52 7W 


54 773 




1 ^23 519 


4 630 


149 4 650 


871 


4 650 87*; 


» 1 423 519 


4 63' 4 650 879 4 650 879 




101 15C 


248 


265 248 


265 


. 255 806 


> 101 150 


248 263 246 265 255 806 




485 21' 


689 


47: 


689 


47] 


728 206 485 214 


689 47 


689 47] 


728 206 




76 36' 


197 


714 197 


71« 


1 201 965 


1 76 36« 


197 714 197 7l« 


201 965 




68 39C 


68 


005 68 


005 74 167 68 390 


66 005 68 005 74 167 




, 26 64C 


38 


550 38 


550 '♦O 872 26 640 


38 550 38 550 40 872 




90 97' 


243 


298 2<*3 


296 


1 253 03, 


90 974 


<-3 296 243 298 253 031 




125 231 


321 


329 321 


339 333 102 125 231 


321 329 321 339 333 102 




179 402 


231 


737 231 


737 252 984 179 402 


231 737 231 737 252 964 




, 25 88' 


80 


652 80 


652 84 466 26 884 


80 652 e: 65; 


. 




811 246 


1 065 


090 1 065 


09 


1 190 634 611 248 


1 065 1 065 09] 


1 190 634 




45 796 


118 


406 118 


406 127 486 45 798 


118 406 lie 406 127 486 




330 636 


454 


927 454 


927 543 547 330 638 


454 927 454 927 5-3 547 




75 00C 


61 


625 61 


625 72 174 75 000 


61 625 61 625 72 174 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-13 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 





125 


250 




280 886 




280 886 


308 


709 




125 250 




280 


886 


280 886 


306 709 




150 


855 




271 730 




271 685 


304 


185 




150 855 




271 


730 


271 685 


304 185 




79 


746 




332 939 




332 939 


346 


331 




79 746 




332 


939 


332 939 


346 331 




189 


116 




560 677 




568 068 


606 


716 




189 U6 




560 


677 


568 068 


606 716 




208 


460 




407 292 




407 292 


436 


665 




208 460 




407 


292 


407 292 


436 665 




5 


543 




6 739 




6 712 


7 


386 




5 543 




6 


739 


6 712 


7 386 




4 649 


682 


10 


362 241 


10 


390 305 


10 874 


084 


4 


649 682 


10 


362 


241 


10 390 305 


10 874 084 


0360095 


clams 


AND SEED OYSTERS/ NOT 


IN 


MRTIGHT 


:ONTAINERS 






















_ 




78 723 




79 557 


80 


830 




. 




78 


723 


79 557 


80 830 






- 




9 082 




9 082 


10 


215 




- 




9 


082 


9 082 


10 215 






- 




3 484 




3 484 


3 


773 




- 




3 


484 


3 484 


3 773 






- 




91 289 




92 123 


94 


818 




- 




91 


289 


92 123 


94 818 


0371005 


FISH/ 


BONITO 


AND 


YELLOHTAILi 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED; 


NOT IN 


OIL, IN AIRTIGHT 


:ONTAINERS 


(LB) 








213 




987 




987 


1 


103 




213 






987 


987 


1 103 






213 




987 




987 


1 


103 




213 






987 


987 


1 103 


0371012 


HERRING, PREPARED OR PRESERVED 


IN ANY MANNER/ NOT 


N OIL/ 


IN 


MRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 




(LB) 






351 


446 




359 821 




363 420 


363 


420 




351 446 




359 


821 


363 420 


363 420 




28 


664 




48 626 




48 626 


50 


998 




28 664 




48 


626 


48 626 


50 998 




28 


405 




41 412 




41 412 


45 


782 




28 405 




41 


412 


41 412 


45 782 


NORWAY 


27 


498 




46 611 




46 131 


49 


796 




27 498 




46 


611 


46 131 


49 796 




48 


774 




40 476 




40 476 


44 


710 




48 774 




40 


476 


40 476 


44 710 




9 


120 




12 475 




12 475 


13 


291 




9 120 




12 


475 


12 475 


13 291 




24 


412 




34 168 




34 168 


36 


171 




24 4i2 




34 


168 


34 168 


36 171 






859 




1 487 




1 487 


1 


791 




859 




1 


487 


1 487 


1 791 




519 


178 




585 076 




588 195 


605 


959 




519 178 




585 


076 


588 195 


605 959 


0371015 


SALMON, PREPARED 


OR PRESERVED IN ANY MANNER, NOT IN OIL/ IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 




(LB) 






72 


080 




87 383 




97 373 


97 


551 




72 080 




87 


383 


97 373 


97 551 




72 


080 




87 383 




97 373 


97 


551 




72 080 




87 


383 


97 373 


97 551 


0371024 


TUNA/ 


ALBACORE/ 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED/ NOT IN OIL/ 


IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 






(LB) 






150 


282 




220 573 




220 573 


237 


205 




150 282 




220 


573 


220 573 


237 205 




1 593 


398 


2 


369 060 


2 


369 060 


2 516 


612 


1 


593 398 


2 


369 


060 


2 369 060 


2 516 612 




1 743 


680 


2 


589 633 


2 


589 633 


2 753 


817 


1 


743 680 


2 


589 


633 


2 589 633 


2 753 817 


0371025 


SARDINES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED 


IN ANY MANNER/ NOT 


IN OIL/ 


IN 


AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 


(LB) 






28 


135 




34 267 




34 521 


34 


521 




28 135 




34 


267 


34 521 


34 521 




268 


015 




125 849 




125 849 


125 


849 




268 015 




125 


849 


125 849 


125 849 




40 


500 




18 950 




18 950 


20 


381 




40 500 




18 


950 


18 950 


20 381 




933 


265 




307 594 




296 713 


339 


310 




933 265 




307 


594 


296 713 


339 310 




101 


933 




33 000 




33 000 


36 


522 




101 933 




33 


000 


33 000 


36 522 




599 


942 




695 285 




694 627 


727 


056 




599 942 




695 


285 


694 627 


727 056 




35 


044 




37 641 




36 820 


40 


054 




35 044 




37 


641 


36 820 


40 054 




7 


616 




6 335 




6 335 


7 


006 




7 616 




6 


335 


6 335 


7 006 




27 


000 




13 750 




13 750 


15 


754 




27 000 




13 


750 


13 750 


15 754 




188 


662 




108 757 




108 757 


123 


HI 




188 662 




108 


757 


108 757 


123 111 




36 


160 




14 983 




14 983 


17 


213 




36 160 




14 


983 


14 983 


17 213 




8 


158 




5 928 




5 928 


6 


576 




8 158 




5 


928 


5 928 


6 576 




2 274 


430 


1 


402 339 


1 


390 233 


1 493 


353 


2 


274 430 


1 


402 


339 


1 390 233 


1 493 353 


0371028 


TUNA/ 


EXCEPT 


ALBACORE, PREPARED 


OR PRESERVED/ NOT 


[N OIL/ 


IN 


AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 




(LB) 






348 


634 




388 963 




388 963 


412 


320 




348 634 




388 


963 


388 963 


412 320 




88 


309 




90 734 




90 734 


96 


418 




88 309 




90 


734 


90 734 


96 418 




436 


080 




466 153 




466 153 


487 


725 




436 080 




466 


153 


466 153 


487 725 




1 046 


997 


1 


024 126 


1 


024 036 


1 116 


396 


1 


046 997 


1 


024 


126 


1 024 036 


1 116 396 




1 279 


299 


1 


484 483 


1 


484 483 


1 594 


481 


1 


279 299 


1 


484 


483 


1 484 483 


1 594 481 




6 


081 




5 258 




5 258 


5 


651 




6 081 




5 


258 


5 258 


5 651 




3 205 


400 


3 


459 717 


3 


459 627 


3 712 


991 


3 


205 400 


3 


459 


717 


3 459 627 


3 712 991 


0371029 


FISH/ 


NSPF, 


PREPARED OR PRESERVED IN ANY 


MANNER/ NOT IN OIL/ 


IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 


(LB) 






605 


250 




168 402 




168 402 


195 


853 




605 250 




168 


402 


168 402 


195 853 




63 


000 




19 600 




19 600 


21 


820 




63 000 




19 


600 


19 600 


21 820 




3 


563 




5 433 




5 433 


5 


675 




3 563 




5 


433 


5 433 


5 675 




55 


397 




30 136 




30 136 


35 


010 




55 397 




30 


136 


30 136 


35 010 




53 


308 




39 139 




39 139 


42 


996 




53 308 




39 


139 


39 139 


42 996 




30 


804 




27 461 




27 568 


29 


479 




30 804 




27 


461 


27 568 


29 479 




66 


899 




28 340 




28 340 


34 


287 




66 899 




28 


340 


28 340 


34 287 


KOR REP 


3 


092 




11 501 




11 501 


12 


511 




3 092 




11 


501 


11 501 


12 511 




132 


852 




73 570 




73 570 


83 


746 




132 852 




73 


570 


73 570 


83 746 




22 


873 




18 569 




18 570 


20 


633 




22 873 




18 


569 


18 570 


20 633 




1 037 


038 




422 151 




422 259 


482 


010 


1 


037 038 




422 


151 


422 259 


482 010 



2-14 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C i f Values Continued 

(S.. "Explan.t.on .f Sunnier h» tafornuOH. on cov,,^. i*> o. .mportat.on. MM*. .1 Cutto-m. U, -dcXI r*. ~'» * ^J^"*, !" aal rfT^IlL'ir" "^^ "" '""'" 
ol the import satimo. Shipment! valued l» than S25I am ihown only under Schedule A commod.ty numtar 990 MOO end e«duoed Horn at' «»«■ comi»><M»* I 







Schcdulc A coaarafllly nuitwr, doacrlptlon 










I urrcnt month 


10 aaat 


Country 

of 
origin 


quant l ly 


Value (dol 1 


1 
ojuaat ^ 

1 




Cuatoaa 


P. a. a. 


C.l.f. 




< 



0371032 

ARGENT 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371035 

FR GERM 

PORTUGL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371041 

CANAOA 

CHILE 

ICELAND 

NORWAY 

DENMARK 

U KING 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371042 

USSR 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

YUGOSLV 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371045 

MEXICO 

THAILND 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371048 

NORWAY 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371050 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371052 

USSR 

IRAN 

CHINA M 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0371067 

MEXICO 

ECUADOR 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

0371075 

ITALY 

TOTAL 



ANCHOVIES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED IN ANY MANNER, IN OIL AND IN AlRTI&MT CONTAINERS 



(LB) 



92 318 

145 603 

17" 085 

4 753 

2 925 

<*l9 684 



154 851 
269 «38 
312 257 
15 273 
2 <*8l 
754 300 



154 851 
266 7ia 
312 257 
15 273 
2 758 
753 853 



164 092 
2«0 573 
325 568 

15 647 

3 102 

789 182 



92 318 

145 603 

174 085 

2 925 

.19 68« 



:• - |S| 

312 257 

15 273 

2 «Si 

75« 300 



BONITO, YELLO*TAlL, HERRING, POLLOCK, AND SALMON, IN OIL ASL IN I] -NEAS 



14 568 

6 836 

28 

21 «32 



24 217 

1<4 000 

252 

38 46V 



2* 217 

13 580 

252 

38 0*9 



26 031 

It 37. 

292 

••0 697 



6 836 
2« 



14 000 



SARDINES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED IN ANY MaNSER, IN OIL ANO IN AIRTIGmT COMt. 



176 654 

66 343 

5 859 

1 430 722 

92 089 
84 606 
10 185 
94 327 
364 439 
37 2«C 
15 561 
1 112 

2 379 137 



?14 445 

51 800 

7 452 

1 910 355 

128 »n 

86 827 

9 963 

102 308 

399 536 

36 185 

12 768 

1 138 

2 961 194 



219 760 

51 800 

7 452 

1 907 002 
128 582 

85 453 

9 963 

102 308 

399 536 

36 185 

12 768 

1 138 

2 961 947 



219 760 

7 910 

99« 396 

134 9.6 

91 088 

11 000 

107 931 

424 021 

37 73i 

14 079 

1 236 

098 850 



176 654 

66 3.3 

5 859 

1 430 7J2 

92 089 

36- 
37 2«0 
15 561 
1 112 

2 379 137 



51 800 

910 355 

126 417 

m a - 

102 308 

399 536 

36 165 

12 768 



fish, nspf, prepared or preserved in any manner In OK U€ ■•• airtight containers 



19 206 

55 143 

29 777 

36 650 

75 704 

8 622 

10 913 

236 015 



17 323 

109 583 

47 086 

21 939 

59 176 

23 211 

12 292 

290 610 



FISH PASTES AND SAUCES 



18 739 

319 733 

126 453 

8 083 

15 604 

3 962 

492 574 



7 650 

74 957 

37 881 

7 898 

9 429 

7 344 

145 159 



FISH BALLS, CAKES AND PUDDINGS 



28 908 

6 000 

20 701 

840 

56 449 



19 589 

5 800 

30 658 

610 

56 657 



17 323 

109 583 

47 086 

21 939 

59 176 

23 388 

12 292 

290 787 



7 650 

74 957 

37 86C 

7 896 

9 K29 

7 344 

145 138 



19 589 

5 800 

30 658 

647 

56 694 



20 361 

- - 

27 360 
64 256 
25 752 
13 720 
315 528 



7 65C 
93 522 

48 224 

8 207 
11 127 

7 875 

176 605 



20 556 

6 351 

37 27C 

690 

64 869 



19 206 

55 U3 

29 777 

36 650 

75 704 

6 622 

10 9l3 

236 015 



18 739 
319 733 

6 083 

15 604 

3 962 

492 574 



28 908 

6 000 

20 7ol 

840 



17 323 

109 583 

47 086 

21 939 

59 176 

12 2*2 

290 610 



7 650 

76 957 

37 881 

7 898 

7 3*4 

1-5 159 



19 589 

5 800 

30 658 

610 

56 657 



FISH STICKS, ETC, FILLETS, AND PORTIONS OF FISH, BREADED, BATTER-COATED OR SIMILARLY PR£P 



248 773 

225 

248 998 



204 137 

270 

204 407 



187 832 
270 

188 102 



187 832 

304 

188 136 



STURGEON ROE, FRESH, CHILLED, FROZEN, PREPARED OR PRESERVED 



187 

7 941 
796 

3 

8 927 



12 888 
224 070 

43 380 

350 

280 688 



12 888 
224 170 

43 380 

359 

280 797 



13 128 
244 329 

44 389 

400 

302 246 



i - - 773 

225 

248 998 



187 

7 9m 
796 

3 

8 927 



270 



.2 -.-■- 

224 070 

43 380 

350 

280 688 



tuna, nspf, prep or pres, not in oil, in bulk or in containers ieighIng over 15 lbs 



509 274 

31 424 

180 000 

720 698 

antipasto 

26 466 

26 466 



415 800 

30 393 

190 053 

636 246 



25 995 
25 995 



415 800 

30 393 

190 053 

636 246 



25 995 
25 995 



415 800 

33 569 

207 738 

657 107 



29 292 
29 292 



509 274 

31 424 

180 000 

720 698 



26 466 
26 466 



415 SCO 

30 393 

190 053 

636 2<H) 



25 995 
25 995 



851 


- 092 


266 


260 573 


312 257 


325 566 


15 273 


15 647 


2 756 


3 102 


753 853 


769 162 


(LB) 




24 217 


26 031 


13 5o0 


14 37. 


252 


292 


38 049 


40 697 


(LB) 




219 760 


219 760 


51 600 


54 7<t7 


1 -"52 




1 907 002 


1 994 396 


126 


134 946 


65 453 


91 088 


9 M 


11 000 


102 306 


107 931 




424 021 


36 165 


37 732 


12 768 


1« 079 


1 13" 


1 236 


2 961 9*7 


3 096 650 


(LB) 




17 323 


20 361 


109 563 


114 *18 


.86 


4V 661 


21 939 


27 360 


59 176 


64 256 


23 368 


25 752 


12 292 


13 7 2 


290 767 


315 526 


(LB) 




7 650 


7 650 


74 957 


93 522 


37 660 


46 224 


7 696 


6 207 


9 -. 


11 127 


7 344 


7 675 


136 


176 605 


(LB) 




19 569 


20 556 


5 600 


6 351 


30 656 


37 270 


647 


690 


56 694 


64 669 


(LB) 




167 632 


187 632 


270 


304 


186 102 


166 136 


(LB) 




12 666 


13 126 


224 170 


244 329 


43 360 


44 369 


359 


400 


260 797 


302 246 


(LB) 




415 800 


415 600 


30 393 


33 569 


190 053 


207 738 


636 246 


657 107 


(LB) 




25 995 


29 292 


25 995 


29 292 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-15 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s.. and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



0371085 

CANADA 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

DENMARK 

POLAND 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0372005 

MEXICO 

PERU 

ITALY 

THAILND 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0372010 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

VENEZ 

CHILE 

ARGENT 

THAILND 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

TOTAL 

0372015 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

0372022 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0372025 

CANADA...... 

MEXICO 

PERU 

CHILE 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0372030 

CANADA 

MALAYSA 

TOTAL 

0372035 

INDIA 

THAILND 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0372043 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

INDIA 

BNGLDSH 



FISH, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NSPF 



(LB) 



489 973 
123 288 

54 168 
118 659 

31 614 

2 770 

5 648 

100 321 

12 500 

25 643 
964 584 



188 404 

32 629 

11 104 

41 500 

9 862 

8 496 

56 160 

117 287 

5 853 

14 100 

485 395 



CLAMS, IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



985 
200 



12 437 

118 150 

156 113 

14 878 

10 398 

323 161 



14 381 
6 000 

18 864 
117 259 
248 252 

22 774 

10 856 
438 386 



189 109 

32 629 

11 104 

41 500 

9 862 

8 496 

56 379 

117 339 

5 853 

14 099 

486 370 



14 381 
6 000 

18 864 
105 953 
241 659 

22 774 

10 856 
420 487 



190 150 
37 659 
15 388 
45 501 
12 889 
9 525 
58 464 

129 966 

8 216 

15 543 

523 303 



14 381 
6 296 

20 132 
115 013 
257 031 

24 677 

11 888 
449 418 



CRABMEAT; PREPARED OR PRESERVED, INCLUDING PASTES AND SAUCES 



63 990 

8 070 

29 500 

29 071 

16 500 

195 741 

28 660 

181 530 

553 062 



245 597 

20 892 

82 691 

128 745 

107 250 

449 780 

102 803 

410 079 

1 547 837 



246 043 

20 892 

82 691 

128 745 

107 250 

458 786 

102 803 

410 079 

1 557 289 



oysters, smoked, in airtight containers 



119 239 

12 077 

131 316 



176 614 

20 574 

197 188 



176 614 

20 574 

197 186 



246 043 

20 892 

86 126 

146 061 

111 330 

488 305 

106 042 

432 239 

1 637 038 



183 031 

21 767 

204 798 



oysters, except smoked, in airtight containers 



197 397 
27 201 

23 150 
477 168 

1 490 
726 406 

ABALONE 

34 150 
242 739 

24 075 
43 202 
32 194 

511 
376 871 



173 587 

26 095 

10 198 

420 101 

2 546 

632 527 



70 233 

039 129 

24 195 

54 339 

107 976 

3 913 

299 785 



173 587 
26 095 
10 198 

420 101 
2 546 

632 527 



70 285 

039 129 

24 195 

54 371 

107 990 

3 918 

299 888 



LOBSTERS, IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



72 474 

4 032 

76 506 



547 123 

13 070 

560 193 



547 180 

13 070 

560 250 



SHRIMP, PEELED, IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



12 300 

77 616 

23 140 

9 000 

7 950 

1 716 

7 209 

138 931 



14 562 

133 897 

64 162 



14 562 

133 897 

64 162 



717 

154 
540 
866 



717 
154 
540 
866 



241 898 



241 898 



182 385 
28 412 
11 324 

458 095 
2 902 

683 118 



70 285 

1 039 129 

26 013 

58 590 

110 160 

4 160 

1 308 337 



547 180 

14 386 

561 566 



16 210 

143 647 

69 968 

11 385 

7 862 
5 729 

8 746 
263 547 



SHRIMP, PEELED, NOT BREADED, NSPF, NOT IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 



489 


973 


123 


288 


54 


168 


118 


659 


31 


614 


2 


770 


5 


648 


100 


321 


12 


500 


25 


643 


964 


584 


6 


985 


4 


200 


12 


437 


118 


150 


156 


113 


14 


878 


10 


398 


323 


161 


63 


990 


8 


070 


29 


500 


29 


071 


16 


500 


195 


741 


28 


660 


181 


530 



553 062 



6 680 

7 056 
68 606 
17 500 



19 114 

21 874 

105 006 

45 075 



19 114 

21 874 

105 006 

45 075 



19 154 

21 874 

115 642 

50 472 



119 


239 


12 


077 


131 


316 


197 


397 


27 


201 


23 


150 


477 


168 


1 


490 


726 


406 


34 


150 


242 


739 


24 


075 


43 


202 


32 


194 




511 


376 


871 


72 


474 


4 


032 


76 


506 


12 


300 


77 


616 


23 


140 


9 


000 


7 


950 


1 


716 


7 


209 


138 


931 


6 


680 


7 


056 


68 


606 


17 


500 



188 


404 


32 


629 


11 


104 


41 


500 


9 


862 


8 


496 


56 


160 


117 


287 


5 


853 


14 


100 


485 


395 


14 


381 


6 


000 


18 


864 


117 


259 


248 


252 


22 


774 


10 


856 


438 


386 


245 


597 


20 


892 


82 


691 


128 


745 


107 


250 


449 


780 


102 


803 


410 


079 


547 


837 


176 


614 


20 


574 


197 


188 


173 


587 


26 


095 


10 


198 


420 


101 


2 


546 


632 


527 


70 


233 


039 


129 


24 


195 


54 


339 


107 


976 


3 


913 


299 


785 


547 


123 


13 


070 


560 


193 


14 


562 


133 


897 


64 


162 


9 


717 


6 


154 


5 


540 


7 


666 



241 898 



19 114 

21 874 

105 006 

45 075 



189 


109 


32 


629 


11 


104 


41 


500 


9 


862 


8 


496 


56 


379 


117 


339 


5 


853 


14 


099 


486 


370 


(LB) 




14 


381 


6 


000 


18 


864 


105 


953 


241 


659 


22 


774 


10 


856 


420 


487 


(LB) 




246 


043 


20 


892 


82 


691 


128 


745 


107 


250 


458 


786 


102 


803 


410 


079 


1 557 


289 


(LB 




176 


614 


20 


574 


197 


188 


(LB 




173 


587 


26 


095 


10 


198 


420 


101 


2 


546 


632 


527 


(LB 




70 


285 


1 039 


129 


24 


195 


54 


371 


107 


990 


3 


918 


1 299 


868 


(LB) 


547 


180 


13 


070 


560 


250 


(LB) 


14 


562 


133 


897 


64 


162 


9 


717 


6 


154 


5 


540 


7 


866 


241 


896 


(LB) 


19 


114 


21 


874 


105 


006 


45 


075 



190 


150 


37 


659 


15 


388 


45 


501 


12 


889 


9 


525 


58 


464 


129 


968 


8 


216 


15 


543 


523 


303 


14 


381 


6 


296 


20 


132 


115 


013 


257 


031 


24 


677 


11 


888 


449 


418 


246 


043 


20 


892 


86 


126 


146 


061 


111 


330 


488 


305 


106 


042 


432 


239 


1 637 


038 


183 


031 


21 


767 


204 


798 


182 


385 


28 


412 


11 


324 


458 


095 


2 


902 


663 


118 


70 


285 


1 039 


129 


26 


013 


58 


590 


110 


160 


4 


160 


1 308 


337 


547 


180 


14 


386 


561 


566 


16 


210 


143 


647 


69 


968 


11 


385 


7 


862 


5 


729 


8 


746 


263 


547 


19 


154 


21 


874 


115 


642 


50 


472 



2-16 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" tor information on coveraje. date ol importation, definitions ol Customs, I.aj . and c i ! »atim. wuicti of ernji >n the data, i "lions and taaurai 

of the import statistics. Shipments valued Its than S25I art shown only under Schedule A commodity numbai 990 0O00 and excluded liom •' olnet comi* 







Schedule A cotmodlty i 


umbvr , description 


and unit of qu* 








Currcnl monlh 




Country 
of 


quant l ty 


Value (dollars) 




origin 


Custou 


P.a.tt. 


c.i.r. 


quant 1 tv 

1 









64 


790 


145 


666 


145 


666 


155 


688 


M 


790 


1-5 


666 




666 


1*5 686 




10 


000 


13 


867 


13 


867 


15 


675 


10 


000 


13 


667 


13 


667 


15 675 




7 


125 


5 


333 


5 


333 


5 


861 


7 


125 


5 


333 


5 


333 


5 681 




28 


475 


67 


336 


67 


336 


73 


435 


26 


175 


67 




67 


336 


73 -<3t 


PHIL R 


32 


271 


56 


693 


56 


693 


61 


616 


32 


271 


56 


693 


56 


693 


61 016 




9 


742 


41 


048 


•1 


123 


-1 


463 


9 


742 


41 


046 


-. 








a9 


633 


123 


•485 


123 


604 


132 


992 


•9 


633 


123 






60« 


132 992 




56 


000 


89 


976 


89 


976 


99 


015 


56 


000 


69 


976 


69 


976 


99 015 




12 


508 


47 


315 


47 


411 


50 


216 


12 


5o6 




315 


•17 




50 216 




2 


807 


3 


944 


3 


944 


- 


501 


2 


807 


3 




3 


944 


4 501 




373 


193 


785 


732 


786 


022 


8-7 


826 


373 


193 


785 


732 


766 


022 


647 926 


0372047 


shrimp, peeled. 


BREAOED, NOT 


IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 










(LB 








44 


232 


70 


385 


70 


385 


70 


365 


-- 


232 


70 


365 


70 


365 


70 365 




6 


350 


10 


632 


10 


632 


11 


400 


6 


350 


10 




10 


632 


11 »00 






120 




289 




289 




269 




120 




289 




289 


269 




50 


702 


81 


306 


81 


306 


62 


07« 


50 


702 


81 


306 


61 


306 


62 074 


0372050 


shellfish, including 


PASTES 


AND SAUCES, N$PF 














(LB 








276 


180 


67 


920 


89 


527 


92 


673 


276 


160 


67 


920 


69 


527 


92 673 




1« 


248 


32 


978 


32 


978 


32 


976 


19 


246 


32 


978 


32 


976 






33 


985 


4« 


617 


-- 


617 


46 


850 


33 


965 


44 


617 


M 


617 


46 650 


H0N0URA 


69 


350 


85 


730 


85 


730 


91 


183 


69 


350 


65 


730 


65 


730 


91 163 


BAHAMAS 


PJ 


041 


19 


750 


19 


750 


19 


939 


. 


041 


19 


750 


19 


750 


19 V3V 




15 


850 


19 


515 


19 


515 


21 


260 


15 


650 


19 


515 


19 


515 


21 260 




42 


725 


33 


042 


33 


042 


35 


937 


42 


725 




042 


33 


042 






8 


650 


8 


996 


8 


996 


9 


9:* 


6 


6J0 


6 




6 


996 






2 


205 


9 


500 


9 


500 


10 


737 


2 


205 


9 


500 


9 


500 


10 737 




26 


766 


37 


200 


37 


200 


36 


66« 


26 


766 


37 


2C0 


37 


200 


36 66* 




37 


449 


19 


180 


19 


180 


21 


663 


37 


-,v 


19 


160 


19 


160 


21 663 




52 


685 


189 


502 


189 


502 


195 


620 


52 


665 


169 


502 


189 


502 


195 620 




28 


350 


17 


568 


17 


568 


20 




26 


350 


17 


566 


17 


566 






18 


460 


12 


•"•3 


12 


463 


15 


38<t 


16 


460 


12 




12 


463 


15 364 




407 


066 


492 


029 


492 


029 


526 


903 


407 


066 


492 


029 




029 


526 903 




52 


713 


u7 


506 


47 


548 


55 


306 


52 


7l3 




506 




546 


55 306 




2* 


550 


33 


380 


33 


380 


37 


360 


26 


550 


33 


360 


33 


360 


37 360 




16 


195 


33 


085 


33 


100 


36 


612 


16 


195 


33 


085 


33 


100 


36 612 




It 


750 


9 


396 


9 


396 


10 


002 


- 


750 


9 


396 


9 


3V6 


10 002 




7 


709 


16 


208 


16 


208 


17 


3«7 


7 


709 


16 


206 


16 


206 


17 347 




50 


470 


90 


583 


90 


629 


97 


71- 


50 


470 


90 




90 


629 


97 714 




13 


029 


12 


745 


12 


745 


15 


382 


13 


029 


12 




12 




15 362 




28 


764 


95 


038 


95 


371 


104 


568 


26 




95 


036 


95 


371 


- 566 




525 


280 


507 


780 


507 


760 


551 


531 


525 


260 


507 


780 


507 


760 


551 531 




66 


565 


180 


517 


181 


230 


196 


35m 


66 


565 


160 


517 


181 


230 


196 35* 




70 


000 


44 


641 


44 


641 


55 


530 


70 


000 


H 




44 


641 


55 530 




593 


807 


769 


881 


770 


008 


646 


248 


593 


807 


769 


681 


770 


006 


6«6 246 




11 


023 


6 


181 


6 


181 


7 


783 


11 


023 


6 


181 


6 


161 


7 763 




7 


792 


61 


029 


61 


029 


62 


549 


7 


792 


61 


029 


61 


029 


62 549 




9 


737 


12 


894 


12 


901 


14 


649 


9 


737 


12 


69« 


12 


901 


14 649 




2 527 


UJ.4 


3 030 


834 


3 033 


744 


3 269 


492 


2 527 




3 030 


634 


3 033 


744 


3 269 492 


0372065 


juices, clam and oyster, in 


AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 












(LB 








12 


600 


7 


581 


7 


756 


7 


756 


12 


600 


7 


561 


7 


756 


7 756 




i«39 


408 


296 


664 


299 


210 


327 


9«3 


«39 


408 


296 


664 


299 


210 


327 V43 




8 


820 


6 


621 


6 


621 


7 


615 


8 


820 


6 


621 


6 


621 


7 615 




1 


824 




883 




883 




959 


1 


824 




863 




663 


959 




462 


652 


313 


749 


314 


470 


344 


273 


«62 


652 


313 




111 


470 


}<** 273 


0421000 


RICE, 


PADDY OR 


ROUGH 


BROWN, 


HULLS REMOVED, 


ALL OR 


IN PART 










(LB 










400 




270 




270 




328 




400 




270 




270 


326 






400 




270 




270 




328 




400 




270 




270 


326 


0422000 


RICE, 


MILLED OR BROKEN, INCLUDING PATNA 














(LB 








23 


991 


8 


350 


8 


350 


9 


606 


23 


991 


8 


350 


8 


350 


9 606 




99 


100 


38 


302 


38 


302 


43 


477 


99 


100 


36 


302 


36 


302 


»3 "*77 




4 


000 


1 


951 


1 


951 


2 


112 


1 


OOO 


1 


951 


1 


951 


2 112 




127 


091 


48 


603 


48 


603 


55 


195 


127 


091 


48 


603 


M 


603 


55 195 


0430000 


BARLEY, UNMILLED 




















(BU 








797 


988 


2 029 


204 


2 149 


855 


2 241 


083 


797 


988 


2 029 


204 


2 149 


855 


2 241 063 




797 


988 


2 029 


204 


2 149 


855 


2 241 


083 


797 


988 


2 029 


204 


. 


855 


2 241 063 


0440000 


CORN, 


UNMILLED 






















(BU 








14 


345 


353 


117 


354 


456 


354 


458 


14 


345 


353 


117 


354 


456 


354 458 




19 


704 


77 


780 


77 


780 


98 


026 


19 


704 


77 


76C 


77 


780 


98 026 




203 


586 


952 


612 


952 


612 


1 169 


915 


203 


586 


952 


612 


952 


612 


1 169 915 




19 


481 


70 


000 


70 


000 


89 


500 


19 


481 


70 


: : : 


70 


000 


69 500 






69 




735 




735 




834 




69 




735 




735 


834 




257 


185 


1 454 


244 


1 455 


583 


1 712 


733 


257 


185 


1 454 


244 


1 455 


583 


1 712 733 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-17 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



o<t5iooo rye, unmilled 






















(BU) 










819 


1 


793 


1 


889 


1 


889 




819 


1 


793 


1 


889 


1 889 






819 


1 


793 


1 


889 


1 


889 




8l9 


1 


793 


1 


889 


1 889 


0452000 OATS* 


UNMILLED 






















(BU) 








60 


200 


119 


767 


128 


335 


128 


335 


60 


200 


119 


767 


128 


335 


128 335 




60 


200 


119 


767 


128 


335 


128 


335 


60 


200 


119 


767 


128 


335 


128 335 


0459000 CEREAL 


GRAINS, 


UNMILLED, NSPF 




























_ 


108 


543 


110 


994 


no 


994 




_ 


108 


543 


110 


994 


110 994 






- 


26 


554 


26 


554 


35 


971 




- 


26 


554 


26 


554 


35 971 






- 


8 


503 


8 


503 


10 


852 




- 


8 


503 


8 


503 


10 852 






- 


143 


600 


146 


051 


157 


817 




- 


143 


600 


146 


051 


157 817 


0482000 MALT 
























(CWT) 








112 


139 


1 004 


775 


1 058 


215 


1 097 


770 


112 


139 


1 004 


775 


1 058 


215 


1 097 770 






700 


17 


263 


17 


263 


22 


640 




700 


17 


263 


17 


263 


22 640 




1 


499 


14 


552 


14 


552 


16 


658 


1 


499 


14 


552 


14 


552 


16 658 






10 


1 


028 


1 


025 


1 


100 




10 


1 


028 


1 


025 


1 100 




114 


348 


1 037 


618 


1 091 


055 


1 138 


168 


114 


348 


1 037 


618 


1 091 


055 


1 138 168 


0483000 MACARONI, NOODLES, VERMICELLI 


AND SIMILAR 


PRODUCTS 












(LB) 








2 814 


408 


875 


275 


900 


211 


898 


132 


2 814 


408 


875 


275 


900 


211 


898 132 




224 


571 


50 


733 


50 


733 


50 


733 


224 


571 


50 


733 


50 


733 


50 733 




112 


681 


42 


899 


42 


899 


47 


621 


112 


681 


42 


899 


42 


899 


47 621 




49 


913 


19 


365 


19 


365 


20 


288 


49 


913 


19 


365 


19 


365 


20 288 




11 


960 


14 


397 


7 


996 


8 


356 


11 


960 


14 


397 


7 


996 


8 356 




7 


738 


8 


693 


8 


693 


9 


689 


7 


738 


8 


693 


8 


693 


9 689 




1 823 


145 


494 


832 


494 


837 


631 


079 


1 823 


145 


494 


832 


494 


837 


631 079 


GREECE 


64 


568 


15 


449 


15 


449 


19 


094 


64 


568 


15 


449 


15 


449 


19 094 




201 


450 


58 


057 


58 


057 


73 


196 


201 


450 


58 


057 


58 


057 


73 196 




52 


172 


14 


087 


14 


087 


17 


240 


52 


172 


14 


087 


14 


087 


17 240 




97 


999 


63 


657 


63 


657 


81 


297 


97 


999 


63 


657 


63 


657 


81 297 


CHINA M..., 


204 


564 


172 


280 


172 


280 


200 


417 


204 


564 


172 


280 


172 


280 


200 417 


KOR REP..., 


139 


320 


66 


229 


66 


229 


81 


704 


139 


320 


66 


229 


66 


229 


81 704 




228 


793 


165 


753 


166 


516 


187 


314 


228 


793 


165 


753 


166 


516 


187 314 




216 


665 


174 


461 


174 


461 


200 


880 


216 


665 


174 


461 


174 


461 


200 880 




278 


856 


177 


840 


178 


029 


203 


113 


278 


856 


177 


840 


178 


029 


203 113 


OTH CTY.... 


34 


102 


11 


703 


11 


703 


15 


493 


34 


102 


11 


703 


11 


703 


15 493 


TOTAL , 


6 562 


905 


2 425 


710 


2 445 


202 


2 745 


646 


6 562 


9o5 


2 425 


710 


2 445 


202 


2 745 646 


0484010 BREAD 


MADE WITH THE USE OF YEAST AS 


A LEAVENING SUBSTANCE 










(LB 


" 




CANADA 


2 848 


500 


702 


981 


734 


240 


734 


854 


2 848 


500 


702 


981 


734 


240 


734 854 


SWEDEN 


102 


705 


54 


880 


54 


880 


70 


919 


102 


705 


54 


880 


54 


8S0 


70 919 


NORWAY 


29 


321 


21 


129 


21 


129 


24 


029 


29 


321 


21 


129 


21 


129 


24 029 


FINLAND..., 


20 


323 


14 


942 


14 


942 


18 


313 


20 


323 


14 


942 


14 


942 


18 313 


NETHLDS,.. 


25 


714 


25 


003 


25 


003 


30 


554 


25 


714 


25 


003 


25 


003 


30 554 


FRANCE.... 


60 


929 


60 


794 


60 


794 


71 


530 


60 


929 


60 


794 


60 


794 


71 530 


FR GERM... 


7 


600 


5 


001 


5 


001 


5 


526 


7 


600 


5 


001 


5 


001 


5 526 


ITALY 


12 


474 


14 


960 


14 


960 


19 


101 


12 


474 


14 


960 


14 


960 


19 101 


JAPAN , 


25 


847 


15 


932 


15 


932 


18 


938 


25 


847 


15 


932 


15 


932 


18 938 


OTH CTY... 


29 


358 


4 


813 


4 


813 


6 


615 


29 


358 


4 


813 


4 


813 


6 615 


TOTAL..., 


3 162 


771 


920 


435 


951 


694 


1 000 


379 


3 162 


771 


920 


435 


951 


694 


1 000 379 


0484C 


)20 BISCUITS, CAKES, PASTRY AND SIMILAR 


BAKED 


PRODUCTS 


INCLUDING INEDIBLE 


WAFERS 




(LB 






CANADA.... 


3 427 


778 


2 014 


585 


1 876 


693 


1 877 


241 


3 427 


778 


2 014 


585 


1 876 


693 


1 877 241 


MEXICO.... 


649 


195 


334 


051 


334 


041 


334 


041 


649 


195 


334 


051 


334 


041 


334 041 


DOM REP... 


15 


124 


7 


844 


7 


844 


9 


661 


15 


124 


7 


844 


7 


844 


9 661 


BRAZIL.... 


23 


466 


11 


076 


11 


076 


12 


595 


23 


466 


11 


076 


11 


076 


12 595 


ARGENT.... 


26 


769 


10 


981 


10 


981 


13 


802 


26 


769 


10 


981 


10 


981 


13 802 


NORWAY.... 


50 


653 


37 


802 


37 


802 


45 


298 


50 


653 


37 


802 


37 


802 


45 298 


FINLAND... 


163 


470 


129 


718 


111 


152 


133 


934 


163 


470 


129 


718 


111 


152 


133 934 


DENMARK... 


266 


029 


351 


473 


351 


473 


386 


770 


266 


029 


351 


473 


351 


473 


386 770 


U KING.... 


912 


468 


674 


971 


671 


120 


760 


845 


912 


468 


674 


971 


671 


120 


760 845 


NETHLDS... 


46 


287 


43 


948 


43 


447 


47 


234 


46 


287 


43 


948 


43 


447 


47 234 


BELGIUM... 


68 


856 


76 


731 


76 


731 


84 


711 


68 


856 


76 


731 


76 


731 


84 711 


FRANCE.... 


56 


059 


85 


450 


85 


450 


93 


958 


56 


059 


85 


450 


85 


450 


93 958 


FR GERM... 


153 


203 


214 


932 


164 


720 


233 


775 


153 


203 


214 


932 


164 


720 


233 775 


AUSTRIA... 


179 


455 


191 


656 


201 


225 


208 


501 


179 


455 


191 


656 


201 


225 


208 501 


SWITZLD... 


69 


274 


99 


873 


99 


872 


104 


311 


69 


274 


99 


873 


99 


872 


104 311 


SPAIN 


131 


002 


65 


504 


65 


504 


73 


955 


131 


002 


65 


504 


65 


504 


73 955 


PORTUGL... 


29 


163 


19 


453 


19 


453 


24 


371 


29 


163 


19 


453 


19 


453 


24 371 


ITALY 


77 


406 


93 


337 


93 


337 


105 


185 


77 


406 


93 


337 


93 


337 


105 185 


YUGOSLV... 


13 


779 


9 


725 


9 


725 


11 


156 


13 


779 


9 


725 


9 


725 


11 156 


ISRAEL.... 


152 


717 


93 


498 


93 


498 


111 


884 


152 


717 


93 


498 


93 


498 


ill 884 


SINGAPR... 


14 


899 


12 


489 


12 


489 


14 


052 


14 


899 


12 


489 


12 


489 


14 052 


PHIL R...„ 


16 


460 


11 


870 


11 


870 


14 


918 


16 


460 


11 


870 


11 


870 


14 918 


HG KONG... 


76 


519 


78 


133 


78 


463 


87 


928 


76 


519 


78 


133 


78 


463 


87 928 



2-18 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

BN-EflfaMfaitftafti I """" 
npiirt imtrtlia. ShrpiwiU rtfucd Ins id. - «' **> "P" 1 «"" W««« '"»"«" ot -' W— — ««* I 









of 












JAPAN. 


67 587 
181 «92 


J7 128 
309 018 


47 
303 


669 


' - 


267 
777 






567 
• 92 


*7 


• 7 


130 
689 


57 267 
357 777 




26 093 
6 897 203 5 


- 212 
-58 




212 
997 


29 
5 23« 


292 


6 






- 
5 0*<. 


24 




29 292 
5 < ' 


0465000 


CEREAL BREAKFAST 


FOODS AND 


SIMILAR CEREAL 


PRE- 






(L6) 








712 685 


255 180 




066 










665 






066 






65 




6 














6 


6 


131 


6 131 




15 675 


21 169 


















. 


169 


H 


U KING 


43 362 


•-65 
















1« • 




665 






15 013 


20 969 




969 












969 




969 






68 233 


















44 










38 880 


■>60 


12 


960 
















960 


15 37J 




58 786 


! 720 
















• 




720 


19 971 


OTH CTY 


11 




5 


097 






















1 028 838 


^35 




















8*1 


•40 56] 


0487010 


FlOuR/ meal AND 


GROATS OF 












. 












36 


41 














J67 






-1 5ft! 




. 






640 










- 






640 


27 ij\ 






18 - 


16 












- 


■ 






72 731 




- 






656 
















656 


9 39< 




_ 


6 391 


6 
















6 




7 7J! 




. 
























44 75< 




- 


11 














- 






«22 


12 64< 




_ 




9 


975 










- 






975 


16 191 




- 


156 


159 




182 








- 






511 




0487020 


MALT EXTRACT 






























38 


36 












- 




36 


535 


41 9», 




- 


352 








352 






- 








J5. 




- 


38 887 


36 












- 


36 667 


36 


667 




0541020 


POTATOES. 


FR£ C -ED 














-•• 








57 826 


334 255 












57 


626 






177 






57 826 


253 


341 










57 


626 






177 




0541040 


POTATOES 


fresh, except certified 


SEED 












(CiT 








171 816 


667 




199 


















694 25< 




171 816 


667 




199 










616 


667 


69* 




694 2S< 


C542020 


CHICKPEAS OR GARBANZOS, DRIED, DESI- 










(LB) 






1 835 007 


589 326 


589 


365 


589 






635 


00' 


569 


569 


365 


569 36 




43 56C 


20 020 


20 


020 










560 


20 020 


20 


020 


. 




723 108 


219 850 


219 


850 


252 








100 






650 


252 59 




10 800 


6 506 


6 


506 




016 




10 


600 


6 506 


6 


506 


7 01 




81 923 




;- 


125 


36 


438 






«23 








36 4 3 




2 694 396 


869 827 


869 


866 


906 


• 






398 


669 627 


669 


666 


906 91 


0542040 


VEGETABLES/ LEGUMINOUS, NSPF, DRIEO 


> DESICCATEO OR 








<L8) 






1 617 840 


304 777 


311 


724 


















312 06 




213 701 


58 675 


58 




62 










56 • 


56 


773 


62 09 




198 000 


! 




045 


51 


097 






000 






045 


51 09 




21 826 


5 500 


5 


500 


6 








62* 


5 ! 


5 


500 


6 27 




51 891 


- 515 


14 


615 


16 










.- 


1» 




16 70< 




22 394 


35 137 


35 


137 


39 


298 




22 




35 137 


35 


137 


39 29 




39 947 


8 648 


8 




10 






39 




6 e 


6 


646 


10 561 




52 042 


9 307 


9 


307 


11 


604 




52 




9 307 


9 


307 






37 284 


14 802 




802 




222 




37 




?02 




602 


17 22 




7 024 


9 459 


9 


451 




-.- 




7 




9 - 


9 




10 41 




336 669 


70 587 


70 


587 


83 






336 


869 


70 567 


70 


567 


63 70 




359 852 


96 660 


96 


860 


123 


e:* 




359 




96 860 


96 


660 


123 61 




28 623 


11 639 


11 


639 


12 






28 


623 


-.39 


11 


639 






83 762 


22 7U 


22 


705 


28 


iV3 




83 




22 '11 


22 




26 39 




3 071 055 


707 762 


714 


793 


785 


728 


3 


071 




707 762 




793 


765 72 


0543005 


BEANS, FRESH, CHILLED, OR 


FROZEN 
















(LB) 






60 000 


15 595 


15 


720 


. 


72C 




60 


000 


15 


15 


720 


15 72 




3 796 533 


L 208 474 


1 208 


388 


1 208 




3 


796 


533 


- 


. 


666 


1 206 66 




4 655 


1 338 


1 


338 


2 


099 






655 


1 336 


1 


336 


2 09 




3 861 188 


I 225 407 


1 225 


946 


1 226 




3 


861 




. 


1 225 


946 


1 226 70 


0543010 


CARROTS, FRESH, 


CHILLED OR FROZEN 






















10 997 005 


682 212 


732 


977 


732 


977 


. 


991 




662 


732 


977 


732 97 




1 874 863 


"»7 269 


88 


792 


86 


792 




874 


663 


77 1 


86 




86 79 




2 100 


691 




691 




710 




2 


100 


691 




•. 


71 




12 873 968 


760 172 


822 


460 


822 


479 


12 


873 


966 


760 172 


622 




822 47 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-19 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries}, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



0543015 



cucumbers, fresh, chilled or frozen 



(LB) 



MEXICO 

GUATMAL 

H0NDURA 

BAHAMAS 

SPAIN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0543020 

MEXICO 

PERU 

CHILE 

ARGENT 

SPAIN 

TOTAL 

0543025 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0543030 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

TOTAL 

0543035 

SPAIN 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0543040 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

GUATMAL 

BELIZE 

NICARAG 

C RICA 

PANAMA 

BAHAMAS 

DOM REP 

COLOMB 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

ITALY 

GREECE 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0544050 

MEXICO 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0547010 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

ISRAEL 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



46 061 001 

340 588 

206 676 

6 231 678 

55 000 

1 576 

52 896 519 



8 540 501 

29 663 

20 678 

253 320 

16 800 

473 

8 861 435 



8 675 830 

29 663 

20 678 

253 320 

16 800 

473 

8 996 764 



GARLIC, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN 



88 868 
300 951 

87 302 
286 576 

22 000 
785 697 



19 687 
145 840 

49 320 
139 339 

12 090 
366 276 



20 779 
145 840 

49 320 
139 339 

12 090 
367 368 



ONIONS, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN 



831 267 

17 071 813 
225 903 

46 118 

47 035 
25 000 

3 425 

18 250 561 



55 726 

160 387 

110 982 

25 639 

30 613 

8 820 

285 

392 452 



62 161 

359 020 

110 982 

25 639 

30 613 

8 820 

285 

597 520 



8 675 830 

44 738 

30 683 

326 864 

23 743 

473 

9 102 331 



20 779 
164 511 

55 137 
161 210 

14 000 
415 637 



62 161 

359 020 

131 398 

29 219 

35 969 

10 556 

439 

628 762 



TURNIPS OR RUTABAGAS, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN 



103 553 
869 

104 422 



522 002 

7 579 

529 581 



547 658 

7 579 

555 237 



capers, fresh, chilled, or frozen 



22 029 
8 300 
2 174 

32 503 



63 958 
6 912 
2 930 

73 800 



63 958 
6 912 
2 930 

73 800 



VEGETABLES, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN, NSPF 



2 277 687 
48 085 639 

1 176 196 

23 901 

287 423 

661 410 

35 000 

569 096 

3 988 808 
874 460 
147 384 
142 766 

10 399 
1 845 

28 219 
275 556 

18 425 
413 745 

43 785 
105 684 

50 613 
59 218 041 



475 

11 791 

338 

8 

121 

111 

6 

58 

668 

126 

42 

151 

58 

105 

6 

83 

9 

214 

30 

22 

13 

14 446 



755 
027 
601 
733 
438 
447 
650 
860 
473 
650 
794 
554 
503 
713 
400 
414 
226 
573 
956 
114 
991 
872 



480 325 

11 894 789 

342 578 

8 733 
121 438 
111 447 

6 650 

58 860 

664 233 

126 650 

43 Oil 

151 554 

58 503 

105 713 

6 400 

83 923 

9 234 
214 833 

30 956 

22 114 

13 991 

14 555 935 



11 



15 



547 658 

7 579 

555 237 



68 994 
7 458 
3 184 

79 636 



480 325 
894 856 
423 872 

10 271 

137 509 

146 710 

8 643 

67 593 
922 581 
161 057 

51 585 
186 019 

63 436 

107 900 

8 188 

115 220 

10 494 
261 620 

36 649 

35 621 

20 158 
150 307 



TOMATOES, FRESH, CHILLED, OR FROZEN 



57 352 828 

40 480 

57 393 308 



11 936 969 

8 052 

11 945 021 



12 018 448 

8 052 

12 026 500 



12 020 638 

9 723 

12 030 361 



ONIONS, PACKED IN SALT, IN BRINE, OR PICKLED 



5 648 

470 106 

117 481 

14 832 

4 853 

9 344 

622 464 



6 300 

76 427 

36 368 

6 703 

12 023 

4 387 

142 208 



6 300 

76 427 

36 368 

6 703 

12 023 

4 387 

142 208 



7 360 

93 732 

46 018 

7 290 

12 929 

4 826 

172 155 



46 061 001 

340 586 

206 676 

6 231 678 

55 000 

1 576 

52 896 5l9 



88 868 
300 951 

87 302 
286 576 

22 000 
785 697 



831 267 

17 071 813 
225 903 

46 H8 

47 035 
25 000 

3 425 

18 250 561 



103 553 
869 

104 422 



22 029 
8 300 
2 174 

32 503 



2 277 687 
48 085 639 

1 176 196 

23 9ol 

287 423 

661 410 

35 000 

569 096 

3 988 808 
874 460 
147 384 
142 766 

10 399 
1 845 

28 219 
275 556 

18 425 
413 745 

43 785 
105 684 

50 613 
59 218 041 



57 352 828 

40 480 

57 393 308 



5 848 

470 106 

117 481 

14 832 

4 853 

9 344 

622 464 



8 540 501 

29 663 

20 678 

253 320 

16 800 

473 

8 861 435 



19 687 
145 840 

49 320 
139 339 

12 090 
366 276 



55 726 

160 387 

110 982 

25 639 

30 613 

8 820 

285 

392 452 



522 002 

7 579 

529 581 



63 958 
6 912 
2 930 

73 800 



475 755 

11 791 027 

338 601 

8 733 
121 438 
111 447 

6 650 

58 860 

668 473 

126 650 

42 794 

151 554 

58 503 

105 713 

6 400 

83 414 

9 226 
214 573 

30 956 

22 114 

13 991 

14 446 872 



11 936 969 

8 052 

11 945 021 



6 300 

76 427 

36 368 

6 703 

12 023 

4 387 

142 206 



8 675 830 

29 663 
20 678 

253 320 

16 800 

473 

8 996 764 

(LB) 

20 779 

145 840 

49 320 

139 339 

12 090 
367 368 

(LB) 

62 161 
2 359 020 

110 982 
25 639 

30 613 
8 820 

285 

2 597 520 

(CVIT) 

547 658 

7 579 
555 237 

(LB) 

63 958 
6 912 
2 930 

73 800 

(LB) 

480 325 

894 789 

342 578 

8 733 
121 438 

111 447 
6 650 

58 860 

664 233 

126 650 

43 Oil 

151 554 

58 503 

105 713 

6 400 

83 923 

9 234 
214 833 

30 956 

22 114 

13 991 
14 555 935 

(LB) 

12 018 448 

6 052 

12 026 500 

(LB) 

6 300 

76 427 

36 368 

6 703 

12 023 

4 387 

142 208 



11 



8 675 830 

44 738 

30 683 

326 864 

23 743 

473 

9 102 331 



20 779 
164 511 

55 137 
161 210 

14 000 
415 637 



62 161 

359 020 

131 398 

29 219 

35 969 

10 556 

439 

628 762 



547 658 

7 579 

555 237 



68 994 
7 458 
3 184 

79 636 



480 325 

11 894 856 

423 872 

10 271 

137 509 

146 710 

8 643 

67 593 

922 581 

161 057 

51 585 

186 019 

63 436 

107 900 

8 188 

115 220 

10 494 

261 620 

36 649 

35 621 

20 158 

15 150 307 



12 020 638 

9 723 

12 030 361 



7 360 

93 732 

46 018 

7 290 

12 929 

4 826 

172 155 



2-20 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, Fas., and C.i f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Siaiijlict" lot information on coverage, date ol importation, definition! ol Cuttomi. I ej . and c . t valuer loutcaa ol error in tt>« data. ( ' uaiimI and oth«t dat.ti.tiom and iMaa 

ol the import ttatinio. Shipments valued Ian than $251 ate ihown only under Schedule A commodity numb»i 990 0000 and «dud#d from an ofnei corwiiodiia* I 







Schodulo A coouaodlty nuaber, description 


and unit of q 












C urrciit month 










Country 
Of 


Net 
quant l ty 


Value <dol : 


quantity 






origin 


CUftoaa 






>•• 







0547025 


OLIVES 


, IN 


BRINE, 


not 


PITTED 


OR STUF 


FED, NOT 


;-E.C '• 


IN COl 


OR, NOT CANNf 




3 


240 




8 


504 


8 


504 


10 


207 


3 2<l0 






846 




5 


375 


5 


375 


5 


467 


846 




47 


964 




?05 


708 


203 


948 


226 


320 




0TH CTY 




812 




3 


360 


3 


360 


3 


773 


612 




52 


864 




222 


947 


221 


187 


245 


767 


52 664 


0547040 


BEANS, 


NSPF 


, IN BRINE 


OR PACKED IN SALT 










95 


175 




40 


311 


40 


311 


45 


6t- 


95 175 




5 


625 




3 


665 


2 


847 


3 


351 


5 625 




100 


800 




43 


976 


43 


158 


49 


035 


100 800 


0548400 


HOPS AND LUPUL1N 


















19 


84 1 




29 


626 


29 


626 


31 


666 


19 em 




320 


023 




393 


863 


398 


347 


412 




320 023 




4 006 


085 


5 


698 


130 


5 643 


820 


5 821 


161 


4 006 085 




320 


015 




438 


538 


438 


538 


452 


156 


320 OlS 




1 105 


159 


1 


557 


407 


1 557 


407 


1 606 


401 


1 1C5 159 




180 


513 




158 


242 


158 


?*? 


196 


512 


16C 5l3 






165 






308 




308 




392 


165 




5 951 


801 


8 


?76 


114 


8 226 


288 


8 520 


451 


5 951 Sol 


0518910 


roots 


and tubers, 


SUGAR BEETS AND SUGAR CANE 


, VEGETABLE PRODUCT: 






_ 




?4J 


826 


2H 


431 


315 


306 


. 






- 




10 


733 


10 


733 


2« 


300 


- 






- 




9 


540 


9 


540 


21 


710 


- 






- 




30 


793 


30 


793 


32 


400 


- 






- 




8 


743 


8 


743 


11 


056 


- 






- 




16 


149 


16 


149 


28 


862 


- 






- 




3 


986 


3 


986 


- 


^-- 


- 






- 




321 


770 


321 


375 


438 


378 


- 


0518920 


chicory roots, crude 
















224 


869 




26 


835 


26 


835 


M 


604 


224 869 




224 


869 




26 


835 


26 


835 


M 


604 


,<- 869 


0562020 


mushrooms. 


DRIED 


















62 


980 




123 


691 


123 


102 


131 


942 


62 980 




1 


051 




40 


759 


40 


759 


41 


083 


1 051 


FR GERM 


2 


222 




13 


904 


13 


904 


14 


667 


2 222 






200 




5 


106 


5 


106 


5 


361 


200 






684 




29 


315 


29 


315 


30 


500 


684 




4 


537 




44 


512 


44 


030 


-•- 


73; 


4 537 




34 


446 




115 


999 


115 


999 


129 


,'-- 


:- ---. 




46 


545 




470 


565 


460 


478 


486 


884 


46 545 






316 




5 


268 


5 


268 


5 


783 


316 




152 


981 




849 


119 


837 


961 


891 


895 


152 981 


0562040 


VEGETABLES, 


dried, etc, flours, of potatoes 


AND 


OTHER VEGETABLES, 




924 


547 




252 


203 


252 


513 


252 


513 


924 547 




7 


680 




20 


122 


20 


122 


20 


122 


7 680 




44 


821 




24 


126 


24 


126 


27 


239 


44 821 




11 


574 




18 


403 


18 


403 


20 


023 


11 574 




24 


621 




55 


320 


55 


380 


60 


725 


24 621 




355 


042 




362 


547 


362 


547 


391 


248 


355 042 




121 


068 




196 


422 


196 


422 


215 


275 


121 068 




44 


100 




10 


730 


10 


730 


13 


603 


44 100 




110 


318 




301 


348 


305 


321 


334 


927 


110 318 




85 


800 




21 


800 


21 


800 


25 


278 


85 800 




57 


691 




172 


204 


172 


204 


177 


943 


57 691 




10 


008 




10 


809 


10 


809 


11 


659 


10 008 




2 


500 




9 


107 


9 


107 


9 


870 


2 500 




63 


797 




94 


748 


94 


896 


106 


162 


63 797 




18 


766 




51 


510 


51 


510 


58 


951 


18 766 




18 


783 




54 


636 


54 


642 


58 


089 


18 783 




15 


730 




42 


605 


41 


605 


46 


032 


15 730 




9 


491 




31 


046 


31 


085 


34 


590 


9 491 




31 


830 




56 


942 


56 


954 


61 


620 


31 830 




7 


324 




4 


159 


4 


159 


5 


334 


7 324 




1 965 


491 


1 


790 


787 


1 794 


335 


1 931 


203 


1 965 491 


0564520 


TAPIOCA, CASSAVA 


FLOUR AND STARCH 












1 132 


126 




148 


697 


148 


697 


195 


773 


1 132 126 




151 


900 




36 


536 


36 


536 


42 


255 


151 900 




9 707 


384 




735 


531 


735 


531 


1 126 


193 


9 707 384 




6 194 


208 




460 


767 


460 


767 


741 


582 


6 194 208 




13 


500 




3 


495 


3 


495 


4 


358 


13 500 




17 199 


118 


1 


385 


026 


1 385 


026 


2 110 


161 


17 199 118 



(GAl) 



8 


504 


5 


375 


205 


708 


3 


360 


222 


9«7 


UO 


311 


3 


665 


-3 


976 


29 


626 


393 


663 


696 


130 


438 




557 


- J 


156 






3C6 


276 




LY FOR 1 


2M 


626 


10 


733 


9 




30 


793 


e 




16 




3 


966 


321 


77 


26 


635 


26 


835 


123 


691 


40 


759 


13 


904 


5 




29 


315 


44 


512 


115 


999 


470 




5 


266 


649 


119 


. ETC 


252 


203 


20 


122 


24 


126 


16 


403 


55 


320 


362 


5-7 


196 


-a 


10 


730 


301 


348 


21 


800 


172 


<'- 


10 


809 


9 


107 


94 


748 


51 


510 


54 


636 


-i 


60S 


31 


046 


56 


942 


4 


159 


790 


787 


148 


697 


36 


536 


735 


531 


460 


767 


3 


495 


385 


026 



e 


504 


5 


375 


203 


946 


3 


360 


221 


167 


(LSI 




40 


311 


2 




43 


156 


(LB] 




29 


626 


396 




643 


620 


436 


536 


557 


407 


156 


242 




306 


2it 


266 


241 




10 


733 


9 


540 


30 


• 


6 


743 




149 


3 


966 


321 


375 


(LB 




26 


635 


26 


635 


(LB 




123 


102 




759 


13 


90i 




106 


29 


315 


44 


030 


115 


999 


460 


476 


5 


266 


637 


961 


(LB 




29a 


513 


20 




24 


126 


16 


403 


55 


360 


362 


547 


196 




. 


730 


305 


321 


21 


600 


172 


204 


10 


■CV 


9 


107 


94 


896 


51 


510 


54 


642 


il 


605 


31 


085 


56 


954 


4 


159 


794 


335 


(LB 






697 


36 


536 


735 


531 


it: 


767 


3 


495 


365 


)2£ 



10 


207 


5 


467 


226 


320 


3 


773 


245 


767 


45 


664 


3 


351 


49 


035 


31 


666 


412 




5 621 


161 


452 


156 


1 606 




196 








6 520 


151 


315 


306 


24 


300 


21 


710 




400 


11 


056 


26 


662 


- 


744 


436 


376 


34 


604 


34 


604 


131 


542 


41 


063 




667 


5 


361 


30 


500 


46 


731 


129 


344 


466 


664 


5 


763 


691 


695 


252 


513 


20 


122 


27 


239 


20 


023 


60 


725 


391 


248 


215 


275 


13 


603 


334 


»27 


25 


278 


177 


»43 


11 


659 


9 


670 


106 


162 


58 


951 


58 


089 


46 


032 




59C 


61 


620 


5 


334 


1 931 


203 


195 


773 


42 


255 


1 126 


193 


7*1 


582 


4 


358 


2 110 


161 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-21 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A 



dity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative. January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



0564540 

SINGAPR 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565012 

CANADA 

BELGIUM 

TOTAL 

0565022 

FINLAND 

SPAIN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565032 

MEXICO 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

NETHLDS 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565042 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565060 

CANADA 

C RICA 

DCM REP 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

POLAND...... 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

ROMANIA,..., 

KOR REP 

HG KONG.,... 

CHINA T 

JAPAN....... 

TOTAL 

0565065 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

GREECE 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565067 

SPAIN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0565080 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

JAMAICA 

DOM REP 

COLOMB 

VENEZ 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

FINLAND 

NETHLDS 



ARROWROOT AND SAGO FLOURS AND STARCHES 



(LB) 



113 200 

5 386 

118 586 



13 058 

3 038 

16 096 



13 058 

3 255 

16 313 



ONIONS, PREPARED OR PRESERVED/ NSPF 



168 436 

78 160 

246 596 



78 983 

27 846 

106 829 



87 566 

27 165 

114 731 



19 255 

3 695 

22 950 



87 566 

35 803 

123 369 



PIMIENTOS, IN BRINE, PICKLED, OR OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVED, EXCEPT DRIED 



15 940 

2 456 812 

441 

2 473 193 



6 431 

1 494 415 

420 

1 501 266 



6 431 

1 496 644 

420 

1 503 495 



TOMATO PASTE AND SAUCE INCLUDING PULP 



1 327 423 

790 240 

29 304 

39 643 

182 155 

277 449 

91 800 

1 439 877 

992 

4 178 883 



333 246 

174 991 

11 050 

14 792 

65 193 

94 409 

35 343 

285 940 

831 

1 015 795 



335 132 

174 992 

10 550 

14 792 

65 193 

94 802 

35 343 

285 173 

831 

1 016 808 



7 020 

1 663 775 

437 

1 671 232 



335 132 

191 294 

12 303 

16 848 

74 168 

109 038 

41 025 

335 903 

910 

1 116 621 



TOMATOES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NSPF, EXCEPT DRIED 



965 417 
458 931 
986 476 
39 021 
62 177 
512 022 



331 069 

755 987 

164 415 

6 150 

13 045 

1 270 666 



329 549 
750 276 
163 875 
6 150 
13 114 
262 964 



417 224 

922 542 

204 204 

7 876 

15 054 

1 566 900 



MUSHROOMS, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, EXCEPT DRIED 



2 275 

116 706 

98 940 

45 711 

42 210 

2 010 

3 760 
349 743 

2 812 
64 740 
725 281 
149 937 
636 514 
1 916 
242 555 



129 367 

4 135 

23 470 

619 

157 591 



12 949 

170 999 

82 904 

79 866 

16 109 

17 189 
11 363 

256 671 

6 499 

63 745 

547 436 

975 244 

147 211 

5 549 

393 734 



437 569 

12 115 

73 817 

972 

524 473 



13 097 

170 999 

82 904 

79 247 

16 109 

17 189 
11 363 

255 531 

6 349 

63 745 

540 617 

975 844 

147 211 

5 548 

385 753 



437 526 

12 115 

73 817 

972 

524 430 



OLIVES, IN BRINE, PITTED OR STUFFED 



1 105 989 

60 

1 106 049 



6 305 941 

762 

6 306 703 



6 294 642 

762 

6 295 404 



13 097 

184 970 

89 803 

87 140 

17 135 

17 585 

11 769 

280 265 

7 255 

68 523 

2 761 276 
1 064 610 

3 393 392 

6 286 
8 003 106 



507 486 

14 542 

86 113 

1 343 

609 484 



7 027 038 

849 

7 027 887 



VEGETABLES, OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NSPF 



370 935 

068 973 

9 227 

153 793 

155 054 

40 740 

61 123 

81 886 

24 552 

295 247 



94 519 

164 792 

10 968 

63 611 
66 862 

5 525 

38 815 

64 070 
15 878 
76 095 



95 959 

175 429 

10 968 

63 611 
66 862 

5 525 
38 815 

64 070 
15 878 
76 095 



97 467 
176 884 
12 367 
68 536 
72 318 
9 029 
43 080 
71 489 
17 331 
89 027 





113 


200 


13 


058 


13 058 


19 255 




5 


386 


3 


038 


3 255 


3 695 




118 


586 


16 


096 


16 313 
(LB) 


22 950 




168 


436 


78 


983 


87 566 


87 566 




78 


160 


27 


846 


27 165 


35 803 




246 


596 


106 


829 


114 731 


123 369 


R\ 


/ED, 


except 


DRIED 




(LB) 






15 


940 


6 


431 


6 431 


7 020 


2 


456 


812 


1 494 


415 


1 496 644 


1 663 775 






441 




420 


420 


437 


2 


473 


193 


1 501 


266 


1 503 495 
(LB) 


1 671 232 


1 


327 


423 


333 


246 


335 132 


335 132 




790 


240 


174 


991 


174 992 


191 294 




29 


304 


11 


050 


10 550 


12 303 




39 


643 


14 


792 


14 792 


16 848 




182 


155 


65 


193 


65 193 


74 168 




277 


449 


94 


409 


94 802 


109 038 




91 


800 


35 


343 


35 343 


41 025 


1 


439 


877 


285 


940 


285 173 


335 903 






992 




831 


831 


910 


4 


178 


883 


1 015 


795 


1 016 808 
(LB) 


1 116 621 


1 


965 


417 


331 


069 


329 549 


417 224 


3 


458 


931 


755 


987 


750 276 


922 542 




986 


476 


164 


415 


163 875 


204 204 




39 


021 


6 


150 


6 150 


7 876 




62 


177 


13 


045 


13 114 


15 054 


6 


512 


022 


1 270 


666 


1 262 964 
(LB) 


1 566 900 




2 


275 


12 


949 


13 097 


13 097 




116 


706 


170 


999 


170 999 


184 970 




98 


940 


82 


904 


82 904 


89 803 




45 


711 


79 


866 


79 247 


87 140 




42 


210 


16 


109 


16 109 


17 135 




2 


010 


17 


189 


17 189 


17 585 




3 


760 


11 


363 


11 363 


11 769 




349 


743 


256 


671 


255 531 


280 265 




2 


812 


6 


499 


6 349 


7 255 




64 


740 


63 


745 


63 745 


68 523 


2 


725 


281 


2 547 


436 


2 540 617 


2 761 276 


1 


149 


937 


975 


244 


975 844 


1 064 610 


2 


636 


514 


3 147 


211 


3 147 211 


3 393 392 




1 


916 


5 


549 


5 548 


6 286 


7 


242 


555 


7 393 


734 


7 385 753 


8 003 106 


T 


PACKED IN 


AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINER (GAL) 






129 


367 


437 


569 


437 526 


507 486 




4 


135 


12 


115 


12 115 


14 542 




23 


470 


73 


817 


73 817 


86 113 






619 




972 


972 


1 343 




157 


591 


524 


473 


524 430 
(GAL) 


609 484 


1 


105 


969 


6 305 


941 


6 294 642 


7 027 038 






60 




762 


762 


849 


1 


106 


049 


6 306 


703 


6 295 404 
(LB) 


7 027 867 




370 


935 


94 


519 


95 959 


97 467 


4 


068 


973 


1 164 


792 


1 175 429 


1 176 884 




9 


227 


10 


968 


10 968 


12 367 




153 


793 


63 


611 


63 611 


68 536 




155 


054 


66 


862 


66 862 


72 318 




40 


740 


5 


525 


5 525 


9 029 




61 


123 


38 


815 


38 815 


43 080 




81 


886 


64 


070 


64 070 


71 489 




24 


552 


15 


878 


15 878 


17 331 




295 


247 


76 


095 


76 095 


89 027 



2-22 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor ^formation on coverage, dale ol rmporat.on. MWtfoM ol Cuftomt. t . > ■" tna cete ' -"J ottw Mm «* hea-a 

ol the import itatiitics. Shipments valued lea than $251 are ihown only under Schedule A eommod.tv number 990 0000 end excluded 'row all ot)ve« caeawoditt I 











Schttdulo 




dosci 


and unit 


of qua 


















Current month 




Country 


qunnt 1 I y 








Va 


luo (do! '. 








qui 


















origin 


Cut 


oat 






F.a 










.1 . 






















895 808 




237 


Ml 




236 


906 




270 


271 




695 


806 




237 


Ml 




236 906 


270 


271 




95 6(49 




61 


407 




64 


312 




68 






95 


8l9 




64 


107 




"12 


66 






12 HI 




10 


588 




10 


588 




-3 






42 






40 


566 




40 566 


43 


111 




56 850 




1ft 


254 




16 


251 




18 






56 


850 




16 


254 




16 251 


18 


523 




76 160 




1? 


322 




12 


322 




18 


<• 




76 


160 




12 


3?2 




12 322 


16 


250 


SPAIN 


778 355 




49(S 


571 




196 


571 






239 




776 


355 




496 


57* 




496 574 


541 


259 


ITALY 


191 295 




no 


250 




80 


250 




97 


IS! 




191 


295 




60 


250 




60 250 


97 


066 


GREECE 


1 052 713 




?69 


611 




?69 


257 




348 


7J« 


1 


052 






269 


• . 




269 257 


346 


731 




11 816 




?7 


616 




27 


610 




30 


51 




11 


-• 




27 


616 




MO 


30 


577 




65 012 




?3 


736 




23 


736 




28 


121 




65 


012 




23 


736 




'36 


26 


126 




23 339 




10 


-•- 




10 


828 




:• 






23 


339 




10 


664 




10 626 


11 


JCJ 




41 163 




?n 


360 




20 


360 




22 


."• 






163 




20 


360 




20 360 


22 


V76 




12 413 




9 


609 




9 


609 




11 


261 




12 


M3 




9 


609 




9 609 


11 


269 




93 355 




-1 


817 




41 


947 




19 


71! 




93 


355 




«1 


6«7 




41 947 


49 






80 121 




78 


613 




78 


713 




89 


»s: 




60 






76 


613 




76 


69 


»•] 




278 771 




184 


763 




185 


685 




210 


57! 




276 


771 




161 


763 




165 665 


210 


575 




4 667 934 


1 


58? 


016 


1 


581 


836 


1 


839 


M( 


- 




934 


1 


562 


016 


1 


561 S36 


1 639 






247 015 




?47 


658 




218 


231 




263 


m: 




2«7 


015 






656 




246 231 


263 


063 




99 157 




11 


517 




31 


766 




37 


w 




99 


157 




31 


517 




31 766 


37 


V53 




11 101 187 


5 


077 


213 


5 


089 


996 


5 


681 


17; 


.- 


101 


»87 


5 


077 


213 


5 


069 VV6 


5 661 


172 


0571000 


ORANGES, FRESH 


, PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED/ EXCEPT MANDARINS AND KUMOL- 








(LB) 








6 923 953 




933 


935 


1 


021 


803 


1 


021 


bo; 


6 


923 


953 




933 


935 


1 


021 603 


1 021 


603 




30 000 




9 


675 




9 


675 




11 


--' 




30 


000 




9 


675 




9 ' 


11 


660 




30 890 




13 


987 




13 


987 




:- 


'.-■ 




30 


690 




13 


967 




13 967 


11 


615 




31 227 




10 


364 




10 


364 




11 


51 




31 


227 




10 


364 




10 364 


14 


610 




484 865 




6? 


562 




62 


562 




96 


2W 




.-- 


665 




5] 


562 




62 562 


96 






32 100 




13 


770 




13 


770 




14 






32 


«oo 




13 


770 




13 770 


14 


371 




14 777 




B 


836 




8 


836 




9 


V . 




14 


777 




6 


636 




6 636 


• 


909 




9 518 112 


1 


053 


129 


1 


110 


997 


1 


185 


26! 


9 




112 


1 


• 


129 


1 


110 997 


1 165 


265 


0572000 


CITRUS FRUIT/ 


NSPF, FRESH, 


PREPARED 


OR PRESERVED 


















(LB) 








2 440 269 




281 


857 




315 


526 




315 


521 


2 


M 






261 


657 




526 


315 


527 




42 083 




5 


508 




5 


508 




6 


27< 


1 




063 




5 


508 




5 508 


8 


279 




36 267 




6 


591 




6 


594 




9 


79 ( 




36 


267 




6 


591 






v 


796 




5 994 




5 


160 




5 


460 




5 


Wi 




5 


994 




5 


460 




5 460 


5 


992 




15 973 




4 


171 




1 


174 




5 


491 


I 


15 


973 




« 


174 




- . 


5 


199 




2 540 586 




303 


593 




337 


262 




315 


093 


540 


566 




303 






337 262 


345 


093 


0573010 


Bananas, fresh 


































(LB) 










3 853 868 
12 611 920 


■ 


232 

032 


37? 
333 


2 


263 

032 


932 
333 


2 


301 
738 


507 3 
739 -■< 


853 


666 

9?0 


2 


232 

032 


372 
333 


2 


263 932 
032 333 


301 
2 736 


507 
739 






113 839 108 


11 


80? 


?59 


11 


488 


117 


15 


091 


113 


839 


4c8 


11 


602 


259 


:: 


466 -- 


15 091 


311 


NICARAG.... 




16 362 720 
86 984 673 
71 878 276 
29 816 692 
91 133 583 


1 
5 
1 
2 
6 


464 
221 
461 
29? 
738 


"6? 
678 
378 
105 
993 


1 
5 

4 
2 
6 


• '. - 
036 
39? 
171 
738 


162 
830 
331 
601 
993 


1 

7 
7 
3 
9 


926 
260 
007 
135 
613 


707 16 
275 66 
706 71 
325 29 
931 91 


362 

676 
816 
133 


720 
673 
276 
692 
563 


1 
5 
- 
2 
6 


464 
. 
«61 
292 
736 


462 
676 
376 
105 
993 


1 
9 

- 
2 
1 


464 462 
•530 
392 334 
171 604 
738 993 


1 926 
7 260 
7 007 
3 135 
9 613 


707 
275 
706 
325 




PANAMA 








186 514 140 


34 


?15 


580 


33 


588 


935 


17 


075 


536 166 


511 


140 


'- 


215 


580 


3: 


566 935 


17 075 


536 


0573020 


plantains, fresh 
































(LB) 










192 723 
329 656 




20 
28 


761 
531 




20 
28 


761 
531 




20 
57 


761 
756 


192 
J29 


723 

656 




20 
26 


761 
531 




20 761 

26 ' 


20 

57 


761 

756 




C RICA 




1 724 393 

192 400 

1 669 111 

3 771 877 




137 

21 

386 

?99 


867 
275 
498 

647 




135 

21 
386 
?99 


510 
275 
198 
617 




191 

30 

501 

».- 


864 1 

953 

131 1 

076 3 


721 
192 
869 

774 


393 

400 
.-- 
877 




137 
21 

386 
299 


667 
275 
l9e 




135 510 
21 275 
366 - 
299 647 


191 
30 

414 


661 

131 
076 


PANAMA 








11 083 193 




891 


579 




89? 


222 


1 


219 


541 11 


083 


193 




891 


579 




692 222 


1 219 


511 


0573030 


bananas, dried 


































(LB) 








10 000 




28 


000 




28 


000 




• 

29 


510 


10 


000 




28 


000 




26 000 


29 


510 




10 000 




28 


000 




28 


000 




29 


540 


10 


000 




26 


000 




26 000 


29 


540 


0571000 


APPLES/ FRESh 


































(LB) 










9 753 627 

651 810 

10 105 467 


1 
1 


577 
209 

786 


406 
186 
592 


1 
1 


608 
210 
818 


130 
486 
616 


1 
1 


608 
210 
818 


130 9 

486 

616 10 


753 

651 
105 


627 
810 

467 


1 
1 


577 
209 
786 


106 
186 
592 


1 
1 


608 133 
210 486 
818 616 


1 606 

210 

1 616 


130 
166 
616 






0575100 


GRAPES, FRESH 


































ICFTJ 










29 021 
29 021 




171 
171 


688 

688 




171 

174 


688 
688 




289 
289 


481 
181 


29 

29 


021 
021 




171 
171 


688 
688 




174 688 
174 668 


269 
269 


161 
161 




0575200 


RAISINS AND OTHER DRIED GRAPES 


























(LB) 








211 178 




16fl 


912 




168 


912 




170 


525 


?11 


178 




lftfl 


942 




168 942 


170 


525 






33 069 

1 759 175 


1 


36 

362 


857 
464 


1 


36 
363 


857 
200 


1 


38 

153 


880 

975 1 


33 

759 


069 
175 


1 


36 
36? 


857 
464 




36 857 
363 200 


38 
. 193 


660 
975 








289 125 




217 


840 




217 


810 




265 


318 


289 


125 




247 


810 




247 840 


265 


316 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-23 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" tor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 











Scht 


dule A 


coinmod 


Lty numbei 


, d 


Bscri 


jtioi 


and unit of c 


uant 


ity 


















Country 
of 


Current month 








Cumulative, January 


to date 
















Valu 


e (doll 


irs) 


















Valu 


e (c 


ollar 


s) 






origin 


quanti ty 




Cus toms 


F.a.s. 




C. 


l.f . 




quantity 




Customs 




F.a 






C.i.f. 




482 


940 


314 


104 




314 


104 




331 


594 


462 


940 






314 


104 




314 


104 


331 


594 




11 


430 


5 


154 




5 


154 




5 


977 


11 


430 






5 


154 




5 


154 


5 


977 




2 005 


858 


1 203 


320 




1 203 


320 


1 


310 


459 


2 005 


858 




1 


203 


320 


1 


203 


320 


1 310 


459 




676 


803 


408 


925 




409 


050 




436 


748 


676 


803 






408 


925 




409 


050 


436 


748 




43 


982 


47 


501 




47 


501 




50 


951 


43 


982 






47 


501 




47 


501 


50 


951 




5 513 


560 


3 795 


107 




3 795 


968 


4 


064 


457 


5 513 


560 




3 


795 


1C7 


3 


795 


968 


4 064 


457 


057600 


FIGS/ 


DRIi 


:d 






























(LB 










31 


526 


9 


904 




9 


904 




12 


000 


31 


526 






9 


904 




9 


904 


12 


000 




53 


095 


35 


470 




35 


470 




41 


983 


53 


095 






35 


470 




35 


470 


41 


983 




745 


265 


414 


924 




414 


924 




443 


317 


745 


265 






414 


924 




414 


924 


443 


317 




829 


886 


460 


298 




460 


298 




497 


300 


829 


886 






460 


298 




460 


298 


497 


300 


057711 


£> COCONUTS 


IN SHELL) 






























(NO 










266 


240 


27 


171 




33 


460 




33 


460 


266 


240 






27 


171 




33 


460 


33 


460 




464 


830 


70 


621 




70 


621 




84 


552 


464 


830 






70 


621 




70 


621 


84 


552 




37 


350 


5 


938 




5 


938 




7 


344 


37 


350 






5 


938 




5 


938 


7 


344 




668 


730 


130 


000 




130 


000 




160 


626 


668 


730 






130 


000 




130 


000 


160 


626 




1 437 


150 


233 


730 




240 


019 




285 


982 


1 437 


150 






233 


730 




240 


019 


285 


982 


057712 


COCONUT MEAT (EXCEPT 


COPRA), FRESH, 


FROZEN, 


OR 


SHREDDED AND DESICCATED OR 


SIMILARLY PREP 




(LB 










80 


000 


28 


000 




28 


000 




29 


900 


80 


000 






28 


000 




28 


000 


29 


900 




50 


363 


9 


818 




9 


818 




10 


453 


50 


363 






9 


818 




9 


618 


10 


453 




6 395 


021 


2 560 


814 




2 543 


051 


2 


943 


516 


6 395 


021 




2 


560 


814 


2 


543 


051 


2 943 


516 




24 


806 


11 


130 




11 


035 




13 


077 


24 


806 






11 


130 




11 


035 


13 


077 




6 550 


190 


2 609 


762 




2 591 


904 


2 


996 


946 


6 550 


190 




2 


609 


762 


2 


591 


904 


2 996 


946 


057722 


3 BRAZIL NU - 


rS, SHELLED; 


BLANCHED OR OTHERWISE 


PREPARED OR PRESERVED 














(LB 










125 


400 


165 


756 




165 


756 




173 


804 


125 


400 






165 


756 




165 


756 


173 


804 




216 


150 


244 


289 




244 


289 




260 


552 


216 


150 






244 


289 




244 


289 


260 


552 




178 


835 


236 


430 




236 


420 




254 


021 


178 


835 






236 


430 




236 


420 


254 


021 




520 


385 


646 


475 




646 


465 




688 


377 


520 


385 






646 


475 




646 


465 


688 


377 


057730 


CASHEW NU' 


rS, SHELLED 


OR 


NOT SHELLED; 


BLANCHED 


DR OTHERWISE PREPARED OR PRESERVED 






(LB 










44 


000 


80 


000 




80 


400 




80 


400 


44 


000 






80 


000 




80 


400 


80 


400 




1 432 


393 


1 902 


799 




1 902 


799 


2 


041 


890 


1 432 


393 




1 


902 


799 


1 


902 


799 


2 041 


890 




1 048 


247 


1 785 


903 




1 785 


903 


1 


664 


726 


1 048 


247 




1 


785 


903 


1 


765 


903 


1 664 


726 




20 


000 


34 


242 




34 


242 




36 


801 


20 


000 






34 


242 




34 


242 


36 


801 




22 


500 


29 


067 




29 


067 




31 


902 


22 


500 






29 


067 




29 


067 


31 


902 




236 


400 


398 


928 




398 


944 




418 


206 


236 


400 






398 


928 




396 


944 


418 


206 




92 


500 


115 


860 




115 


860 




127 


041 


92 


500 






115 


860 




115 


860 


127 


041 




434 


700 


548 


494 




551 


524 




587 


468 


434 


700 






546 


494 




551 


524 


587 


468 




3 330 


740 


4 895 


293 




4 898 


739 


5 


188 


434 


3 330 


740 




4 


895 


293 


4 


898 


739 


5 188 


434 


057781 


CHESTNUTS 


INCLUDING 


MARRONS, 


CRUDE; 


OR PEELED 


, DRIED 


OR BAKED 














(LB 










79 


366 


36 


000 




36 


000 




36 


795 


79 


366 






36 


000 




36 


000 


36 


795 




24 


102 


8 


127 




8 


127 




11 


491 


24 


102 






8 


127 




8 


127 


11 


491 




103 


468 


44 


127 




44 


127 




48 


286 


103 


468 






44 


127 




44 


127 


48 


286 


057782 


PISTACHE 


JUTS, SHELLED OR NOT 


SHELLED, BLANCHED OR 


OTHERWISE PREPARED 


OR 


PRESERVED 




(LB 










4 


795 


16 


728 




16 


728 




17 


006 


4 


795 






16 


728 




16 


728 


17 


006 




1 087 


934 


1 867 


380 




1 846 


391 


1 


916 


421 


1 087 


934 




1 


867 


380 


1 


846 


391 


1 916 


421 




1 092 


729 


1 884 


108 




1 863 


119 


1 


933 


427 


1 092 


729 




1 


884 


108 


1 


863 


119 


1 933 


427 


057783 


PECANS; SHELLED OR NOT SHELLED* BLANCHED OR 


OTHERWISE 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED 








(LB 










543 


364 


466 


585 




466 


685 




466 


665 


543 


364 






466 


585 




466 


685 


466 


685 




543 


364 


466 


585 




466 


635 




466 


685 


543 


364 






466 


585 




466 


685 


466 


685 


057784 


PIGNOLIA 


JUTS, SHELLED OR NOT 


SHELLED, BLANCHED OR 


OTHERWISE PREPARED 


OR 


PRESERVED 




(LB 










39 


132 


181 


006 




181 


006 




165 


854 


39 


132 






181 


006 




181 


006 


185 


854 




10 


573 


49 


941 




49 


941 




51 


189 


10 


573 






49 


941 




49 


941 


51 


189 




11 


023 


26 


517 




26 


517 




27 


738 


11 


0?3 






26 


517 




26 


517 


27 


736 




60 


728 


257 


464 




257 


464 




264 


781 


60 


728 






257 


464 




257 


464 


264 


781 


057785 


WALNUTS, SHELLED OR NOT SHELLED,BLANCHED OR 


OTHERWISE PREP OR PRES 


EXCEPT 


IMMATURE PICKLED 


(LB 








INCIA 


11 


000 


16 


712 




16 


715 




19 


636 


11 


000 






16 


712 




16 


715 


19 


636 


CHINA M 


28 


658 


53 


640 




53 


880 




53 


880 


28 


658 






53 


640 




53 


880 


53 


680 






707 




585 






585 






639 




707 








585 






585 




639 




40 


365 


70 


937 




71 


180 




74 


155 


40 


365 






70 


937 




71 


180 


74 


155 


057785 


5 FILBERTS/ 


ShEL.LED OR 


NOT 


SHELLED, B 


-ANCHED 


3R 


OTHERWISE PREPARED 


3R P 


RESERVED 






(LB 








FR GERM 


10 


803 


12 


691 




12 


691 




13 


953 


10 


803 






12 


691 




12 


691 


13 


953 




1 038 


292 


1 144 


396 




1 144 


893 


1 


221 


689 


1 038 


292 




1 


144 


398 


1 


144 


893 


1 221 


689 


TOTAL 


1 049 


095 


1 157 


069 




1 157 


584 




1 


235 


642 


1 049 


095 




1 


157 


089 




i 


157 


584 


1 235 


642 



2-24 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s.. and C.i.f Values Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Sialiilccs" lor information on coverage, date of importation. definitions of Cuitomi, I u ind c . I »Wu« sources of error .n in « w.niiioni and iMum 

of the import sutinio Shipments valued lea than S251 are sliown only und»r Sehfttula A commodity number 990 0000 an* e«dud*d lion 







Schedule A co'ustxlity muauc 




















I urii-i'I iiwiilh 




Count ry 






Valui 




















■ -in 


• l ty 


' >»S 






















057786 


NijTS, EDIBLE/ NSPF, INClDnG MIXTURES, SHELLED OR NOT SHELLED, 


BLANChEO, Ok OTHERWISE 


PREP <L8> 






15 478 


28 178 


28 512 




31 


452 




15 


478 




26 


476 


26 512 






5 554 


9 233 


8 235 




9 


282 




5 


554 




9 


233 


6 235 


9 262 




21 032 


37 711 


36 - 




40 


734 




21 


032 






. 


36 717 


• 7J4 


057910 


PINEAPPLES, PAPAYAS 4 MAN60ES, FRESH: AVOCADOS, 


CASHEW apples, 


TAMARINOS, 


(•MS*, P*tl- ■ 






_ 


523 511 


650 960 




650 


960 






. 




523 




650 960 


650 960 




- 


•*29 021 


429 021 




552 


163 






- 






021 


429 021 


552 163 




- 


53 861 


53 864 




59 


789 






- 






664 


53 664 


59 769 




_ 


31 153 


34 453 




39 


736 






- 




34 






39 736 




. 


5 695 


5 695 




6 


728 






- 




5 




5 695 


6 728 




_ 


2 105 


2 405 




3 


715 






- 




2 


405 


2 405 


3 715 




- 


1 048 982 


1 176 398 


1 


313 


0»1 






- 




046 


982 


1 176 396 


1 31 3 091 


057920 


PEARS, FRESH OR IN BRINE 






















(LB) 






76 050 


?3 783 


23 95« 




23 


954 




76 


050 




23 


765 


23 954 


23-954 




76 050 


23 785 


23 954 




23 


954 




76 


OSO 




23 


785 


23 954 


23 V5« 


057930 


APRICOTS 


1 PEACHES, FRESH OR IN BRINE, AND 


CHERRIES, PLUMS, 


PRUNES i (LB) 






2 426 051 


561 336 


567 436 




952 


318 


2 


426 


051 




564 


336 




952 316 




i»3 805 


m 003 


39 706 




59 


. 






80S 






00! 








2 469 856 


605 339 


607 14? 


1 


on 


436 






856 




605 






1 Oil 438 


057942 


o Blueberries, fresh, or is brine 




















(LSI 






1 999 


7 385 


7 385 




8 


576 




1 


999 




7 


3*5 


7 365 


6 576 




1 999 


7 385 


7 385 




8 


578 




1 


999 




7 


3*5 


7 385 


6 576 


057944 


5 BERRIES, 


MSPF, FRESH, OR 


|N BRINE, ANC C 


GOOSEBERRIES 


, FRES« 








(LSI 






7 919 151 


1 928 600 


2 115 569 


2 


132 


056 


7 


919 


151 


1 


926 


600 


2 115 569 


n 056 




12 869 


26 150 


26 150 




32 


001 




12 


669 




26 


150 




32 001 




1 940 


1 200 


1 200 




3 


000 




1 






1 


20C 


1 200 


3 000 




7 933 960 


1 955 950 


2 142 919 


2 


167 


057 


7 


933 


960 


1 






2 1 - 


2 167 057 


057961 


o Dates, fresh or dried, kith pits 




















(LSI 






6 427 542 


1 908 911 


1 9C- 


2 


327 


899 


e 






1 


906 




1 906 9*4 


2 32"> e<i' 




6 165 399 


2 022 631 


2 022 631 


2 


422 


927 


e 


165 


399 


2 


022 




2 022 631 


2 422 927 




37 194 


42 181 


42 569 




48 






37 


19 1 - 








42 569 


46 146 




12 630 135 


3 973 759 


3 97- 


- 


798 


972 


:; 


630 


135 


3 


973 


759 


3 974 144 


-B 972 


057962 


5 dates, fresh or dried, * 


ITH PITS REMOVED 




















(LB) 






2 921 920 


836 709 


836 709 


1 


050 


433 


i 


921 


920 




636 


709 


636 709 


1 050 433 




3 050 256 


991 839 


994 836 


1 


059 


809 


3 


050 


256 




994 


839 




1 059 609 




2 595 


3 359 


3 359 




3 


706 




2 


595 




3 


359 


3 359 


3 706 




5 974 771 


1 831 907 


1 834 904 


2 


113 


946 


! 


97.4 




1 


634 


901 


1 634 904 


2 113 948 


057982 


MELONS, FRESH, EXCEPT CANTALOUPES AND WATERMELONS 
















(LB) 






765 917 


89 331 


95 311 




95 


311 




765 


917 




89 


331 


95 311 


95 311 




735 211 


56 778 


56 778 




97 


493 




735 






56 


77e 


56 778 


97 493 




211 826 


26 087 


26 087 




39 


355 




211 


826 




26 


081 


26 061 


39 355 




57 360 


8 909 


8 909 




11 


55C 




57 


360 




6 


909 


8 909 






17 010 


10 752 


10 752 




15 


129 




47 


040 




10 


752 


10 752 


15 129 




1 337 796 


202 632 


202 632 




271 


561 


1 


337 


796 




202 


632 




271 561 




328 736 


29 600 


29 600 




65 


022 




328 


736 




29 


60C 


29 60C 


65 022 




151 685 


21 277 


21 277 




35 


446 




151 






21 




21 271 


35 --'. 




653 


506 


606 






837 






653 






-.-.<■ 


606 


S37 




3 636 229 


115 872 


451 952 




631 


704 


3 


636 


229 






872 




63: 704 


057981 


FRUITS, NSPF, FRESH, INCLUDING CANTALOUPES 


AND 


WATERMELONS 














(LB) 






117 758 


1 979 


6 016 




6 


25t 




117 


758 




4 


979 




6 256 




7 971 690 


193 079 


566 275 




566 


275 


7 


974 


690 




493 


079 




566 275 




127 956 


6 669 


6 869 




13 


033 




127 


956 




6 


869 


6 869 


13 033 




61 610 


8 229 


8 229 




12 


032 




61 


640 




8 


?29 


8 229 






283 007 


23 933 


23 933 




26 


633 




283 


007 




23 


932 


23 933 


26 633 




180 321 


9 092 


11 973 




11 


973 




180 


32" 




9 


09? 




11 973 




8 715 375 


516 181 


623 325 




636 


202 


S 


745 


375 




5«6 


161 


623 325 


636 202 


05799C 


FRUIT, DRIED, NSPF 






















(LB) 






55 069 


25 722 


25 722 




28 


464 




55 


069 




25 


722 


25 722 


26 464 




9 900 


8 115 


8 415 




8 


415 




9 


900 




8 


415 




8 415 




101 581 


160 515 


160 605 




174 


422 




101 


584 




160 


5« 


160 605 


- -ic 




80 832 


61 211 


64 244 




70 


621 




60 


e32 




64 


?4U 




70 821 




92 133 


70 035 


70 035 




62 


160 




92 


«23 




70 


03« 


70 035 


82 160 




10 311 


25 737 


25 737 




29 


044 




40 


341 




25 


737 




29 044 




987 


1 062 


1 063 




1 


591 






987 




i 


062 


I 063 


1 591 




381 116 


355 761 


355 821 






394 


917 






361 


146 






355 


761 


355 821 


39- 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-25 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (orher countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities) 







Schedule A commoc 


ity number, descri 


ption 


and unit of 


quantity 














Current month 








Ci 


inula! 


ivc, January to date 




Country 
of 






Value (doll 


ars ) 












Value (dollars) 


origin 


































Customs 


F.a.s. 




C. i.f . 












Customs 




F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


058204C 


candied, crystallized, of 


GLACE FRUITS, 


NSPF, FRUI1 


PEELS, NUTS AND OTHER 


VEG SUBSTANCES (LB) 






32 841 


9 159 


9 


159 


10 


777 




32 


841 




9 


159 


9 159 


10 777 


FRANCE 


2 655 


14 660 


14 


660 


15 


879 




2 


655 




14 


660 


14 660 


15 879 




16 368 


15 225 


15 


225 


17 


518 




16 


368 




15 


225 


15 225 


17 518 




30 864 


19 150 


19 


150 


21 


192 




30 


864 




19 


150 


19 150 


21 192 




7 433 


8 344 


8 


435 


9 


300 




7 


433 




8 


344 


8 435 


9 300 




446 028 


338 071 


338 


071 


369 


890 




446 


026 




338 


071 


338 071 


369 890 




65 590 


54 010 


54 


009 


58 


815 




65 


590 




54 


010 


54 009 


58 815 




10 065 


14 248 


14 


320 


16 


372 




10 


065 




14 


248 


14 320 


16 372 




611 844 


472 867 


473 


029 


519 


743 




611 


844 




472 


867 


473 029 


519 743 


058301C 


FIG PASTE 


AND PULP 






















(LB) 






1 281 500 


644 323 


644 


323 


710 


786 


1 


281 


500 




644 


323 


644 323 


710 788 




512 500 


244 017 


244 


017 


269 


222 




512 


500 




244 


017 


244 017 


269 222 




400 000 


225 074 


225 


074 


244 


014 




400 


000 




225 


074 


225 074 


244 014 




217 500 


95 583 


95 


583 


103 


854 




217 


500 




95 


583 


95 583 


103 854 


TOTAL 


2 411 500 


1 208 997 


1 208 


997 


1 327 


878 


2 


411 


500 


1 


208 


997 


1 208 997 


1 327 878 


058302f 


FRUIT PASTE AND PULP, NSPF 




















(LB) 






1 042 130 


176 679 


188 


633 


191 


764 


1 


042 


130 




176 


679 


188 633 


191 764 




900 898 


76 092 


76 


092 


89 


349 




900 


898 




76 


092 


76 092 


89 349 




507 458 


76 308 


77 


308 


100 


817 




507 


458 




76 


308 


77 308 


100 817 




1 301 669 


175 725 


175 


725 


216 


285 


1 


301 


669 




175 


725 


175 725 


216 285 


DOM REP 


339 955 


57 667 


57 


667 


65 


538 




339 


955 




57 


667 


57 667 


65 538 




27 600 


7 395 


7 


395 


9 


082 




27 


600 




7 


395 


7 395 


9 082 




150 811 


37 472 


37 


472 


45 


119 




150 


811 




37 


472 


37 472 


45 119 


ARGENT 


318 223 


93 063 


93 


063 


103 


707 




318 


223 




93 


063 


93 063 


103 707 




42 461 


26 155 


26 


155 


30 


474 




42 


461 




26 


155 


26 155 


30 474 




15 830 


9 203 


9 


203 


10 


353 




15 


830 




9 


203 


9 203 


10 353 




4 647 035 


735 759 


748 


713 


862 


488 


4 


647 


035 




735 


759 


748 713 


862 488 


058303C 


JELLIES, JAMS, MARMALADES, AND FRUIT BUTTERS OF CURRANTS AND 


3THER BERRIES 






(LB) 






229 632 


160 211 


167 


833 


167 


833 




229 


632 




160 


211 


167 833 


167 833 




41 992 


47 455 


47 


455 


51 


496 




41 


992 




47 


455 


47 455 


51 496 




9 952 


10 953 


10 


953 


12 


209 




9 


952 




10 


953 


10 953 


12 209 




14 274 


7 555 


7 


555 


8 


435 




14 


274 




7 


555 


7 555 


8 435 




16 200 


7 380 


7 


380 


8 


036 




16 


200 




7 


380 


7 380 


8 036 




5 420 


7 877 


7 


877 


8 


620 




5 


420 




7 


877 


7 877 


8 620 




317 470 


241 431 


249 


053 


256 


629 




317 


470 




241 


431 


249 053 


256 629 


058304? 


> ORANGE MARMALADE 






















(LB) 






63 408 


24 532 


24 


975 


24 


975 




63 


408 




24 


532 


24 975 


24 975 




90 114 


62 545 


62 


546 


70 


215 




90 


lit 




62 


545 


62 546 


70 215 




23 344 


14 345 


14 


345 


15 


951 




23 


344 




14 


345 


14 345 


15 951 




176 866 


101 422 


101 


866 


111 


141 




176 


866 




101 


422 


101 866 


HI 141 


058305C 


1 JELLIES, JAMS, MARMALADES, AND FRUIT BUTTERS, NSPF 
















(LB) 






71 184 


31 537 


31 


880 


31 


880 




71 


184 




31 


537 


31 880 


31 880 




39 959 


24 483 


24 


483 


26 


710 




39 


959 




24 


483 


24 483 


26 710 




10 701 


10 577 


10 


647 


12 


012 




10 


701 




10 


577 


10 647 


12 012 




1 863 


5 997 


7 


872 


7 


972 




1 


863 




5 


997 


7 872 


7 972 




29 663 


13 064 


13 


064 


14 


418 




29 


663 




13 


064 


13 064 


14 418 




153 370 


85 658 


87 


946 


92 


992 




153 


370 




65 


658 


87 946 


92 992 


058540< 


) PINEAPPLE 


JUICE, NOT MIXED AND CONTAINING NOT OVER 


ONE 


PERCENT ALCOHOL BY 


VOLUME 




(GAL) 






115 366 


108 883 


108 


883 


108 


683 




115 


366 




108 


883 


108 883 


108 883 




585 995 


252 502 


252 


302 


298 


279 




585 


995 




252 


502 


252 302 


298 279 




1 863 409 


1 202 440 


1 202 


440 


1 668 


847 


1 


863 


409 


1 


202 


440 


1 202 440 


1 668 847 




2 564 770 


1 563 825 


1 563 


625 


2 076 


009 


2 


564 


770 


1 


563 


825 


1 563 625 


2 076 009 


05856K 


) LIME JUICE 


> NOT MIXED, CONTAINING NOT OVER IX ETHYL ALCOHOL BY VOLUME 








(GAL) 






1 192 


10 307 


10 


307 


10 


633 




1 


192 




10 


307 


10 307 


10 633 




1 192 


10 307 


10 


307 


10 


633 




1 


192 




10 


307 


10 307 


10 633 


058563C 


> ORANGE JUICE/ CONCENTRATED* UNMIXED 


AND 


CONTAINING 


NOT 


OVER 1 


PCT 


ALCOHOL 


BY 


VOLUME 


(GAL! 






5 080 048 


3 949 214 


3 949 


214 


3 964 


071 


5 


080 


048 


3 


949 


?14 


3 949 214 


3 964 071 




45 157 219 


30 740 698 


30 737 


500 


34 335 


813 


45 


157 


219 


30 


740 


698 


30 737 500 


34 335 813 




50 237 267 


34 689 912 


34 686 


714 


38 299 


884 


50 


237 


267 


34 


689 


912 


34 666 714 


38 299 884 


0585641 


) CITRUS FRUIT JUICES, NSPF, CONCENTRATED, UNMIXED/ 


:ONTAINING 


NOT 


OVER IX 


ALCOHOL 




(GAL) 






20 938 


12 563 


12 


563 


12 


563 




20 


938 




12 


563 


12 563 


12 563 




113 


360 




360 




410 






U3 






360 


360 


410 




21 051 


12 923 


12 


923 


12 


973 




21 


051 






12 


923 


12 923 


12 973 



2-26 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s , and C i.f Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lot information on coverage, date of impoiulion. definitions of CM 

of the import statistic*. Shipments valued lets than $251 ail shown only undei Schedule A tbm 990 OOOU aoo e«UuJ«d i'»o a- uBwi comr»od»ue»i) 





























Current motlll 
















Country 
























of 


quaol 
















RCEI> 








origin 


Cuscoaa 












0585915 


APPLE OR PEAR JUICE, NOT 


MIXED, CONTAINING 


NOT 


OVER 










41 588 




30 480 




30 705 




30 


705 






566 


30 460 




276 537 




264 494 




264 49B 




264 










26-. 




1 513 279 


2 


501 653 




2 501 652 


? 


"13 


647 










NETHLDS 


200 928 




?fl4 157 




284 157 




306 


316 




200 


926 


26% 




(tO 688 




263 365 




263 365 












666 






23 «61 




57 199 




57 199 




69 


326 












198 306 




159 950 




159 950 




176 










19^ 




166 25"* 




229 620 




22Q ■ 






933 




166 




22v 




2 962 




3 472 




3 47? 






099 












2 464 203 


3 


794 390 




3 79k 


4 




726 


2 




203 


3 7 ■ 


058592! 


FRUIT JUICES, NSPF, INCLUDING 


MIXED, CO'. - 


OVER 1* ALCOH. 


-BLE Jl 




76 925 




66 037 




89 




69 


474 




76 




68 037 




4 062 




8 726 




6 726 




6 


726 






062 






5 928 




21 696 




21 696 






116 




5 




• 




1 628 




5 133 




5 . " 




6 






1 


626 






36 73" 




64 781 




• - 761 






469 










U KING 


683 




6 269 




6 269 






339 






683 


6 269 




62 957 




177 542 




177 54? 




163 


407 




62 








40 263 




45 249 




45 259 




50 


500 












9 308 




34 162 




34 162 






661 




9 


306 


34 162 




119 070 




350 180 




350 160 




359 


927 




. 


070 


1 160 




30 800 




81 435 




81 - 




67 






30 


800 






3 071 




9 687 




9 710 






. 








9 6«7 




5 "*00 




13 1*5 




13 145 




16 






5 


4 00 






4 463 




19 133 




19 163 




19 


605 












3 289 




5 -49 




5 452 






349 




3 


289 






HO" 581 




930 624 




93? 




965 


106 






581 




058702C 


-IGS. GUAVAS, PINEAPPLES, 


PLUMS, PRUNES ANL PRUNELLE', 


- £TC 






504 354 




97 432 




100 720 




100 






504 








39 299 




8 832 




6 832 




10 






39 


299 


6 832 




61 764 




56 379 




58 379 




63 


397 






764 






8 424 




14 157 




519 










6 








1 268 




407 




407 






540 




. 


266 






615 109 




179 207 




182 557 




190 


9«t 




615 


109 


• 


058703C 


1 FRUIT PEEL 


, CRUDE, DRIED, 


OR 


OTHERWISE PREPARED OR 


PRESt- 


EXCEF ETC 




55 785 




11 070 




11 070 




13 






55 


785 






3 285 




5 253 




5 313 




5 






3 


265 






38 848 




14 765 




14 765 




16 






36 








97 918 




31 068 




31 146 




36 


135 






916 




05880K 


> NUTS, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, 


NSPF 


















178 170 




71 456 




-5? 






455 




176 


170 






60 372 




27 035 




27 035 






877 




60 


372 






210 184 




77 439 




77 439 




67 


060 




210 


184 






e 484 




- 




9 056 




9 


936 




6 


484 


9 056 




29 928 




22 371 




22 371 




25 


600 




29 


92e 


22 371 




21 616 




19 ooa 




19 008 




21 


730 




21 


616 


19 008 




16 584 




12 765 




12 765 




14 


454 






534 






83 002 




50 000 




50 001 




55 


271 




63 


002 


50 000 




7 474 




9 191 




5 191 






515 




7 




• 




616 014 




296 323 




301 321 




330 


100 




616 




298 323 


058802( 


> cherries. 


FROZEN 


OR OTHERWISE 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED 












2 775 




5 815 




5 815 




6 


172 




2 


775 






9 741 




6 373 




8 373 




9 


097 








9 J73 




12 516 




14 168 




1- 188 




15 


269 










058803 


) MANDARIN ORANGES 


, PACKED 


IN AIRTIGHT CONTAINERS 














82 120 




31 097 




31 097 




37 


182 




82 


120 






132 064 




42 973 




42 973 




50 


000 




132 








156 565 




59 854 




59 854 




71 


166 




156 


555 


59 854 




60 750 




20 860 




20 880 




23 


BIG 




60 


750 






1 714 394 




454 581 




454 230 




541 


724 


1 


71 


394 


- - 581 




6 931 436 


2 


941 -51 




2 933 117 


3 


456 


621 


6 


931 


x36 


2 941 «5l 




9 077 329 


3 


550 836 




3 542 201 


4 


180 


503 


9 


077 


329 


3 550 836 


058804 


3 PINEAPPLES 


, PREPARED OR 


>RESE 


RVED, IN AIRTIGHT 


CONTAINERS 












1 480 891 




357 660 




360 200 




361 


376 


1 


480 


891 


351 




33 999 




6 545 




6 545 




8 


736 




33 


999 


6 5«5 




12 073 405 


2 


862 342 




2 859 142 


3 


506 


745 


12 


073 


405 


2 S62 342 




1 449 779 




365 446 




365 446 




431 


025 


1 


449 


779 


365 446 




609 459 




159 320 




159 321 




189 


072 




609 


459 


320 




13 213 002 


3 


042 469 




3 042 469 


5 


461 


040 


13 


213 


002 





(6*1.) 



30 705 


30 705 


26<> 


26- 


692 


. > 647 


26* 157 


306 318 


263 


- 170 


57 . 


69 3?6 


*50 


. 








4 099 




4 103 726 


(GAL) 




69 - 


69 474 


8 


6 726 


•96 


26 116 




6 i4« 


781 


73 469 




7 JJ9 


177 542 


163 407 


,59 


50 900 




39 661 


350 160 


359 92"- 


81 


87 641 


. ! 


9 710 


:45 


16 920 




19 605 


5 - 


6 349 




969 108 


(LB) 




100 720 


100 720 


6 632 




56 




<fl9 


15 007 






162 557 


190 996 


(LB) 




70 


13 204 


5 




769 


. 


31 146 




(LB) 




74 455 


74 455 


35 


30 977 


77 


67 060 


9 ' 




22 371 


25 600 


19 006 


21 730 


^65 


14 454 


SO 001 








3o: 


100 






5 - 


6 172 


8 




14 . 




(LB) 






. 


773 




S54 


7'. 166 


i 50 






941 724 


2 933 117 


rM 621 


3 5-? 2d 


- 160 503 


(LB) 




363 200 


Ml 


4 - ■ 


6 736 


2 859 


3 506 745 


365 446 


431 025 


15; ^ 


189 072 


^69 





JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-27 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity numbei 


, ciescriptio 


l and unit of quantity 












Current month 




T~ 


Cumulative, January to dale 




Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value ' dollars) 




1 Net 

quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 




C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 







35 438 




7 316 




7 


316 




9 


134 




35 


438 




7 


316 




7 316 




9 134 






682 912 




182 679 




182 


679 




210 


793 




682 


912 




182 


679 




182 679 




210 793 






68 424 




15 578 




15 


578 




19 


087 




68 


424 




15 


578 




15 578 




19 087 






923 570 




227 215 




225 


596 




277 


021 




923 


570 




227 


215 




225 596 




277 021 






555 




1 013 




1 


013 




1 


079 






555 




1 


013 




1 013 




1 079 




30 


571 434 


7 


227 583 


7 


225 


305 


10 


475 


108 


30 


571 


434 


7 


227 


583 


7 


225 305 


10 


475 108 


0588050 PLUMS, PRUNES 


, AND PRUNELLES, 


PREPARED OR 


PRESERVEC 


), NSPF 
















(LP) 










15 732 




10 837 




11 


326 




12 


489 




15 


732 




10 


837 




11 326 




12 489 






77 775 




84 537 




85 


081 




92 


994 




77 


775 




84 


537 




85 081 




92 994 






10 979 




14 040 




14 


040 




15 


769 




10 


979 




14 


040 




14 040 




15 769 






7 662 




13 715 




13 


715 




14 


867 




7 


662 




13 


715 




13 715 




14 867 






302 




1 611 




1 


611 




1 


694 






302 




1 


611 




1 611 




1 694 






112 450 




124 740 




125 


773 




137 


813 




112 


450 




124 


740 




125 773 




137 813 


0588060 MIXTURES OF TWO OR MORE FRUITS/ 


PREPARED 


OR PRESERVED 
















(LB) 










600 768 




159 946 




163 


814 




163 


814 




600 


766 




159 


946 




163 814 




163 814 




1 


010 351 




498 719 




460 


832 




603 


960 


1 


010 


351 




498 


719 




460 832 




603 960 






17 805 




9 819 




9 


818 




11 


056 




17 


8o5 




9 


819 




9 818 




11 056 




1 


628 924 




668 484 




634 


464 




778 


830 


1 


628 


924 




668 


484 




634 464 




778 830 


0588070 BLUEBERRIES, 


FROZEN 




























(L3) 










419 750 




353 017 




343 


604 




348 


556 




419 


750 




353 


017 




343 604 




348 556 






419 750 




353 017 




343 


604 




348 


556 




419 


750 




353 


017 




343 604 




348 556 


0588O80 STRAWBERRIES; 


OTHERWISE PREPARED OR 


PRESERVED, 


INCLUDING 


-ROZEN 












(LB) 










12 751 




6 238 




6 


803 




6 


803 




12 


751 




6 


236 




6 803 




6 803 




6 


576 942 


1 


915 864 


2 


066 


365 


2 


066 


365 


6 


576 


942 


1 


915 


864 


2 


066 365 


2 


056 365 






9 028 




8 137 




8 


137 




6 


648 




9 


028 




8 


137 




3 137 




8 648 




1 


518 447 




434 780 




434 


780 




574 


306 


1 


513 


447 




434 


780 




434 780 




574 306 






3 144 




4 115 




4 


115 




4 


433 




3 


144 




4 


115 




4 115 




4 433 




8 


120 312 


2 


369 134 


2 


520 


200 


2 


660 


555 


8 


120 


312 


2 


369 


134 


2 


520 200 


2 


660 555 


0588090 FRUIT, PREPARED 


3R PRESERVED, 


NSPF 


































_ 




10 896 




10 


896 




11 


698 






. 




10 


896 




10 896 




11 698 






- 




182 732 




191 


986 




197 


486 






- 




182 


782 




191 986 




197 486 






- 




5 460 




5 


460 




13 


320 






- 




5 


460 




5 460 




13 320 


HONDURA 




- 




32 448 




35 


448 




45 


698 






- 




32 


448 




35 448 




45 698 






- 




50 032 




50 


032 




54 


526 






- 




50 


032 




50 032 




54 526 






- 




5 788 




5 


788 




7 


109 






- 




5 


788 




5 788 




7 109 


BRAZIL...... 




- 




23 925 




23 


925 




28 


995 






- 




23 


925 




23 925 




28 995 






- 




41 652 




36 


652 




42 


892 






- 




41 


652 




36 652 




42 392 


NETHLDS 




- 




5 193 




5 


193 




5 


519 






- 




5 


193 




5 193 




5 519 






- 




48 625 




48 


625 




51 


446 






- 




48 


625 




48 625 




51 446 






- 




32 109 




32 


109 




39 


511 






- 




32 


109 




32 109 




39 511 






- 




123 460 




123 


460 




146 


767 






- 




123 


460 




123 460 




146 767 






- 




16 649 




16 


649 




20 


810 






- 




16 


649 




16 649 




20 310 






- 




9 116 




9 


116 




U 


209 






- 




9 


116 




9 116 




11 209 






- 




235 971 




235 


971 




272 


497 






- 




235 


971 




235 971 




272 497 






- 




27 703 




27 


703 




29 


297 






- 




27 


703 




27 703 




29 297 






- 




15 875 




15 


875 




18 


130 






- 




15 


675 




15 375 




18 130 






- 




39 605 




39 


605 




43 


559 






- 




39 


6C5 




39 605 




43 559 






- 




20 144 




20 


144 




26 


632 






- 




20 


144 




20 144 




26 632 






- 




16 630 




16 


630 




18 


991 






- 




16 


630 




16 630 




18 991 






- 




944 063 




951 


267 


1 


086 


092 






- 




944 


063 




951 267 


1 


086 092 


0613030 SUGARS, SIRUPS, 


? MOLASSES, F 


ROM SUGAR BEET OR 


CANE, DRY, 


FOR 


IMMEDIATE 


HUMAN CONSUMPTIOf 




(LSI 






CANADA..... 


12 


076 191 


1 


550 219 


1 


604 


7. '51 


1 


to': 


804 


12 


076 


191 


1 


550 


219 


1 


604 731 


1 


604 804 


OTH CTY 




23 827 




7 364 




7 


586 




6 


734 




23 


827 




7 


364 




7 586 




8 734 


TOTAL 


12 


100 OlS 


i 


557 583 


1 


612 


317 


1 


613 


53e 


12 


100 


0i8 


1 


557 


583 


1 


612 317 


1 


613 538 


0613070 SUGARS, SIRUPS, 


*ND MOLASSES, 


FROM SUGAR 


BEET 


DR. CANE, DRY NSFF 












(LB! 






NICARAG.... 


11 


642 400 


1 


129 313 


} 


129 


313 


1 


165 


199 


11 


642 


4Q0 




129 


313 


1 


129 313 


1 


185 199 


JAMAICA.... 


11 


369 014 


1 


194 756 


1 


194 


756 


1 


269 


570 


14 


389 


014 


i 


194 


756 


1 


194 756 


1 


269 570 


GUYANA 


19 


203 384 


1 


666 465 


1 


666 


465 


1 


661 


683 


19 


203 


384 


1 


666 


465 


1 


666 465 


1 


661 683 


PERU....... 


1*3 


836 952 


4 


8e4 193 


4 


884 


293 


5 


268 


533 


43 


836 


952 


4 


834 


193 


4 


e34 293 


5 


263 533 


BRAZIL 


367 


087 232 


31 


361 593 


..■:■ 


351 


225 


34 


300 


541 


367 


087 


232 


31 


361 


593 


!] 


351 225 


34 


300 541 


ARGENT 


4 


264 000 




360 195 




326 


000 




392 


147 


4 


264 


000 




330 


195 




326 000 




392 147 


SWITZLD.... 


6 


888 000 




740 692 




740 


692 




839 


611 


6 


868 


000 




740 


692 




740 692 




839 611 


OPAC IS.... 


42 


896 000 


4 


245 644 


4 


245 


644 


5 


176 


479 


42 


896 


000 


4 


245 


644 


4 


245 644 


5 


176 479 


MAURIT..... 


12 


134 240 


1 


440 544 


1 


440 


544 


1 


629 


496 


12 


184 


240 


1 


440 


544 


1 


440 544 


1 


629 496 


M0ZAM6Q.... 


26 


432 000 


2 


167 851 


2 


167 


851 


2 


543 


462 


26 


432 


000 


2 


167 


851 


2 


167 85i 


2 


543 482 


REP SAF,... 


83 


390 714 


6 


600 520 


5 


600 


520 


7 


405 


256 


83 


390 


714 


6 


600 


520 


6 


600 520 


7 


405 256 


SWAZLND.,.. 


44 


864 985 


4 


427 404 


4 


427 


404 


4 


B9] 


691 


44 


664 


985 


4 


427 


404 


4 


427 404 


4 


691 691 


MALAWI 


i 22 


400 000 


2 


218 888 


2 


216 


866 


2 


492 


C88 


22 


400 


000 


2 


218 


388 


2 


218 8ee 


2 


492 088 


TOTAL.... 


699 


478 921 


62 


458 058 


62 


393 


595 


69 


255 


776 


699 


478 


921 


62 


458 


058 


62 


393 595 


69 


255 776 



2-28 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

, , . . ... _-„ r , i rf.<i aura ol arret uittwdMi C ■ ***m 



Country 
of 



u I «• A 






0615020 

BARBA00 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0615040 

MEXICO 

HONOUR* 

NICARAG 

PANAMA 

DOM REP 

TRINIO 

Guyana 

ECUADOR 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

AUSTRAL 

TNZANIA 

MAURIT 

REP SAF 

ZAMBIA 

TOTAL 

0616000 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

DOM REP 

BRAZIL 

GREECE 

ISRAEL 

CHINA M 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0619020 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0619040 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0619065 

CANADA 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

SWITZLD 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0620120 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

COLOMB 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

CZECHO 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

GREECE 

ISRAEL 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 



I month 



quant 1 ly 



ill«rs) 









SUGARS/ SIRUPS, AND MOLASSES, EXCEPT ORY, CON'- - I BY I <<■*!.) 



5" 7i*5 49 566 

1 438 3 797 

56 183 53 363 

MOLASSES- INEDIBLE 



729 683 

114 997 
91 667 

163 464 
2 250 7U6 

179 9«6 
1 116 655 
1 666 706 
1 675 873 
1 6«*5 167 

1 098 «06 
702 261 

5 236 300 
976 366 

2 347 085 
2 8o3 084 

146 959 
23 250 365 



HONEY 

«*56 743 

<494 419 

22 7110 

561 142 

5 567 

10 505 

197 459 

19 728 

1 770 303 

MAPLE SUGAR 

if 321 
46 321 

MAPLE SIRUP 

543 62: 
543 622 



128 693 

55 459 

--s 

62 461 

575 779 

?46 509 
746 

616 907 

456 103 

567 OOd 

156 943 

HI 

1 624 617 

312 813 

571 707 

1 060 351 

31 997 

7 191 <(98 



213 692 

153 968 

B 750 

207 059 

8 380 
7 163 

7l 050 

9 717 
679 779 



69 234 
69 234 



458 710 
458 710 



SUGARS AND SIRUPS, NSPF 



306 173 

8 745 

10 567 

6 092 

2 199 

342 776 



49 678 

3 797 

53 475 



143 634 
55 459 

9 979 

62 461 

575 779 

2»6 509 

57. 

616 907 
456 103 
567 OOC 
15' 

434 

1 624 617 

312 813 

. 707 

1 060 351 

31 997 

7 206 639 



214 839 

157 104 

8 750 

199 803 

8 380 
7 163 

71 086 

9 717 
676 842 



69 936 



456 651 
458 65i 



526 053 

8 745 

19 567 

6 092 

2 199 

364 656 



49 676 

3 926 

53 604 



73 806 
• 

969 
7«f 

769 407 
567 603 
335 
22- 

165 252 
1 661 017 
«7. 

667 195 

1 156 460 

46 535 



157 104 

9 332 

221 292 






72* 

997 

16f 
2 i- 

< 9«6 

' 655 

• ' 7o6 

ra 673 

• 167 

>a 406 

70/ 

97 ( 
II 065 
2 603 064 

• 9J9 
365 



166 



706 700 



69 936 
69 936 



456 901 

458 9C1 



;: -. :• 3 

V 2?i 

23 755 

6 1J* 

2 533 

369 752 



5 567 

10 505 

197 «J9 

1 770 303 



- 






candy, and other confectionery, mspf, not containing cocoa or chocolate 



166 117 

104 105 

523 311 

766 818 

*19 962 

535 700 

8C 706 

--- m 

1 457 165 

248 046 

20 921 

53 154 

1 357 155 

62 69S 

6 367 

256 015 

9 822 

223 855 

36 620 
22 039 
35 025 

226 249 
24 274 

37 658 
41 250 



79 059 
55 143 
202 630 
259 369 
169 730 
299 010 
62 744 

34 704 
935 439 
2C2 523 

20 241 

81 855 

221 7i*7 

16 062 

11 373 
88 573 
24 400 

156 569 
22 796 
14 486 

12 725 
161 533 

35 387 
">6 313 
20 667 



77 667 

55 143 
202 630 
259 369 
169 730 
298 659 

56 636 
33 312 

925 762 

201 075 

20 2"1 

82 002 

963 608 

16 062 

11 373 
82 741 
24 400 

153 569 
22 796 
in 486 

12 880 
161 981 

35 387 
77 030 
20 481 



80 192 

56 75e 
228 119 
303 504 

327 787 

63 660 

37 530 

214 79) 

21 920 
69 473 

301 863 

22 173 
12 434 
99 755 
28 571 

178 396 
27 064 
16 349 
16 857 

182 i93 

38 508 
85 405 

23 196 



523 

766 
419 
535 

■ 
- 

20 
56 

62 
6 

256 
9 

223 
36 
22 
35 

226 
24 
37 
41 



117 
105 
3U 
818 

700 

046 
921 

• 

.a 

367 
015 
822 
655 
620 
039 
025 
249 
274 
658 
250 



3 797 



12* 
9 979 

• 509 

57; 
61? 
■ 
567 000 

. -• '- 
1 62. ■ 
312 613 
. 
1 oe. 

7 191 «96 







6 






039 


6 


360 


7 






030 


9 




679 


77« 


69 




69 




436 


710 


- 


71C 




173 


6 




19 


367 


6 


092 


2 


199 


MJ 




79 




55 




202 


630 








730 




010 


62 


- 


34 




■.35 


«39 


202 


523 






81 




221 


747 


- 


062 


11 


373 


88 


573 


24 


400 


158 


569 


22 


796 


:- 


486 


12 


725 


161 


536 


35 


367 


76 


313 


20 


667 



49 


676 


3 




33 




GAD 






834 




439 


9 


979 


62 


461 


373 


779 


246 


309 


372 


7«6 


616 


907 


436 


103 




000 


136 








62* 


617 


312 


613 


371 




060 




31 


997 


206 


639 


(L« 










104 


6 


730 




603 


| 


360 




163 


71 




9 


. 


676 




(LB 




69 




69 


..!• 


(LB 




436 


631 


• 36 


631 


328 


033 


6 








6 


092 


2 




364 


656 






77 


667 


53 


143 


202 


630 




36V 




730 


2V6 


659 


56 


636 




J12 


*25 


762 


201 


C75 


20 




82 


002 


963 


606 


16 


062 


11 


373 


62 




24 


400 


LSI 


569 


22 


796 


14 


-<-.' 


12 


880 


161 


961 


35 


387 


77 




20 


461 






49 


676 


3 


926 


33 


604 


143 




61 


625 


16 




73 


606 


633 




304 


969 


746 


123 






367 


603 




333 


224 


330 






661 




--- 




667 


193 


136 


460 




533 


666 


394 


214 




137 


104 


9 


332 


221 


292 


9 


i6e 


7 


662 


76 


4 32 


10 


631 


706 


700 


69 




69 


936 


436 


901 


436 


901 


326 


033 


9 




23 




6 


134 


2 


333 


369 




80 


192 


36 


• 


226 


lit 


303 


304 


193 


405 




767 


63 


660 


n 


330 


017 


600 


214 


799 


21 




69 




301 


663 


22 


170 


12 


-.'- 


99 


755 


26 


571 


176 


396 


27 


064 


16 


3.; 


: 1 


657 




493 


36 




65 




23 


L9« 



ttrtHM 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-29 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.} 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 







34 


965 




15 


058 




15 058 




15 


211 




34 


965 




15 058 




15 058 




15 211 






100 


322 




43 


869 




43 869 




53 


330 




100 


322 




43 869 




43 869 




53 330 






16 


147 




19 


177 




19 177 




22 


080 




16 


147 




19 177 




19 177 




22 080 




6 


916 


478 


6 


345 


187 


6 


062 124 


6 


758 


649 


6 


916 


478 


6 


345 187 


6 


062 124 


6 


758 649 


0620140 


CHEWING GUM 






























(LB) 










136 


032 




70 


510 




71 "98 




71 


498 




136 


032 




70 510 




71 498 




71 498 






3 


862 




5 


116 




5 116 




5 


116 




3 


862 




5 116 




5 116 




5 116 






15 


126 




13 


924 




13 924 




14 


503 




15 


126 




13 924 




13 924 




14 503 






36 


442 




14 


616 




14 616 




16 


266 




36 


442 




14 616 




14 616 




16 266 






748 


017 




22? 


337 




222 337 




262 


998 




748 


017 




222 337 




222 337 




262 998 


DENMARK 




11 


738 




10 


087 




10 087 




11 


377 




11 


738 




10 087 




10 087 




11 377 






6 


434 




7 


804 




7 804 




8 


539 




6 


434 




7 804 




7 804 




8 539 


KOR REP 




82 


857 




112 


854 




112 854 




122 


897 




62 


857 




112 854 




112 854 




122 897 






11 


223 




9 


793 




9 793 




12 


563 




11 


223 




9 793 




9 793 




12 563 




1 


051 


731 




467 


041 




468 029 




525 


757 


1 


051 


731 




467 041 




468 029 




525 757 


0620200 


sugars, sirups, and molasses, flavored, and sirups. 


BLENDED, FLAVORED OR 


UNFLAVORED 




(LB) 










124 


525 




88 


464 




89 790 




91 


644 




124 


525 




88 464 




69 790 




91 644 






120 


330 




51 


192 




51 192 




54 


446 




120 


330 




51 192 




51 192 




54 446 






9 


873 




17 


830 




17 830 




19 


126 




9 


873 




17 830 




17 830 




19 126 






44 


944 




1? 


319 




12 786 




14 


663 




44 


944 




12 319 




12 786 




14 663 






71 


095 




20 


168 




20 173 




23 


476 




71 


095 




20 168 




20 173 




23 476 






32 


185 




15 


759 




15 747 




17 


917 




32 


185 




15 759 




15 747 




17 917 






402 


952 




205 


732 




207 518 




221 


272 




402 


952 




205 732 




207 518 




221 272 


0711020 


COFFEE, CRUDE 






























(LB) 






MEXICO 


25 


767 


184 


32 


589 


500 


32 


589 500 


32 


662 


496 


25 


767 


184 


32 


589 500 


32 


589 500 


32 


662 496 




17 


650 


860 


23 


324 


983 


23 


292 983 


23 


972 


318 


17 


650 


860 


23 


324 983 


23 


292 983 


23 


972 318 




7 


023 


227 


9 


634 


905 


9 


634 905 


9 


921 


642 


7 


023 


227 


9 


634 905 


9 


634 905 


9 


921 642 




6 


631 


493 


9 


308 


211 


9 


308 211 


9 


528 


581 


6 


631 


493 


9 


308 211 


9 


306 211 


9 


528 581 


NICARAG 


2 


334 


046 


3 


12? 


841 


3 


122 841 


3 


238 


065 


2 


334 


046 


3 


122 841 


3 


122 841 


3 


236 065 




6 


647 


708 


8 


915 


903 


e 


915 903 


9 


222 


071 


6 


647 


7o8 


8 


915 903 


8 


915 903 


9 


222 071 






237 


820 




308 


828 




308 828 




321 


220 




237 


820 




308 828 




308 828 




321 220 






131 


502 




194 


860 




194 860 




200 


990 




131 


502 




194 860 




194 860 




200 990 




1 


471 


727 


1 


861 


047 


l 


861 047 


1 


925 


171 


1 


471 


727 


1 


861 047 


1 


861 047 


1 


925 171 






174 


702 




325 


237 




325 237 




332 


913 




174 


702 




325 237 




325 237 




332 913 




46 


083 


901 


62 


572 


883 


62 


572 383 


64 


419 


052 


46 


083 


901 


62 


572 883 


62 


572 383 


64 


419 052 






396 


827 




509 


435 




509 435 




522 


954 




396 


827 




509 435 




509 435 




522 954 




8 


898 


262 


11 


178 


028 


11 


178 028 


11 


611 


642 


8 


898 


262 


11 


178 028 


11 


178 028 


11 


611 642 




12 


199 


596 


15 


958 


066 


15 


959 066 


16 


524 


090 


12 


199 


596 


15 


958 066 


15 


959 066 


16 


524 090 






844 


239 


1 


123 


952 


1 


123 952 


1 


158 


514 




844 


239 


1 


123 952 


1 


123 952 


1 


156 514 




W 


004 


531 


66 


365 


253 


66 


365 883 


69 


720 


313 


44 


004 


531 


66 


365 253 


66 


365 863 


69 


720 313 




8 


518 


161 


10 


654 


312 


10 


653 312 


11 


171 


509 


8 


518 


161 


10 


654 312 


10 


653 312 


11 


171 509 






105 


267 




141 


058 




141 058 




145 


808 




105 


267 




141 058 




141 058 




145 808 






98 


702 




168 


258 




168 258 




174 


643 




98 


702 




168 258 




168 258 




174 643 




5 


624 


091 


7 


568 


610 


7 


567 470 


7 


908 


443 


5 


624 


091 


7 


568 610 


7 


567 470 


7 


908 443 




17 


074 


833 


18 


369 


653 


18 


373 703 


19 


716 


990 


17 


074 


833 


18 


369 653 


18 


373 703 


19 


716 990 




1 


236 


015 


1 


404 


663 


1 


404 663 


1 


486 


523 


1 


236 


015 


1 


404 663 


1 


404 663 


1 


486 523 






174 


573 




216 


953 




216 953 




228 


469 




174 


573 




216 953 




216 953 




228 469 




1 


370 


759 


1 


895 


667 


1 


895 66? 


2 


005 


644 


1 


370 


759 


1 


895 667 


1 


895 667 


2 


005 644 




1 


559 


697 


2 


210 


560 


2 


187 796 


2 


279 


976 


1 


559 


697 


2 


210 560 


2 


187 796 


2 


279 976 




2 


433 


245 


3 


182 


173 


3 


182 181 


3 


341 


104 


2 


433 


245 


3 


182 173 


3 


182 181 


3 


341 104 




6 


271 


940 


7 


999 


984 


8 


007 184 


8 


450 


410 


6 


271 


9H0 


7 


999 984 


8 


007 164 


8 


450 410 






230 


570 




276 


990 




278 990 




293 


396 




230 


570 




278 990 




278 990 




293 396 






487 


172 




550 


690 




550 690 




578 


837 




487 


172 




550 690 




550 690 




578 837 




4 


319 


562 


5 


646 


498 


5 


646 498 


5 


911 


972 


4 


319 


562 


5 


646 498 


5 


646 498 


5 


911 972 






847 


066 


1 


180 


395 


1 


180 395 


1 


222 


474 




847 


066 


1 


180 395 


1 


180 395 


1 


222 474 






280 


518 




397 


090 




397 105 




412 


376 




280 


518 




397 090 




397 105 




412 376 




231 


129 


796 


309 


159 


486 


309 


114 985 


320 


610 


606 


231 


129 


796 


309 


159 486 


309 


114 985 


320 


610 606 


0711040 


COFFEE, ROASTED 


)R GROUND 
























(LB) 










39 


966 




73 


203 




73 742 




73 


742 




39 


966 




73 203 




73 742 




73 742 






264 


426 




415 


137 




415 137 




415 


517 




264 


426 




415 137 




415 137 




415 517 






9b 


269 




156 


331 




156 331 




171 


342 




95 


269 




156 331 




156 331 




171 342 






3 


640 




13 


435 




13 435 




14 


191 




3 


640 




13 435 




13 435 




14 191 






129 


196 




158 


936 




158 936 




162 


764 




129 


196 




158 936 




156 936 




162 764 




1 


750 


980 


2 


854 


618 


2 


854 618 


2 


868 


663 


1 


750 


980 


2 


854 618 


2 


854 618 


2 


688 663 






943 


044 


1 


217 


293 


1 


217 914 


1 


243 


237 




943 


044 


1 


217 293 


1 


217 914 


1 


243 237 








954 




5 


541 




5 54i 




6 


040 






954 




5 541 




5 541 




6 040 






4 


003 




11 


664 




11 664 




12 


232 




4 


003 




11 664 




11 664 




12 232 


OTH CTY 




2 


342 




8 


488 




8 468 




9 


059 




2 


342 




8.488 




8 488 




9 059 




3 


233 


820 


4 


914 


646 


4 


915 806 


4 


996 


787 


3 


233 


820 


4 


914 646 


4 


915 806 


4 


996 787 


0711060 


COFFEE SUBSTITUTES, 


»ISPF, 


AND MIXTURF.S OF 


COFFEE WITH COFFEE 


SUBSTITUTES 








(LB) 






FR GERM.,.., 




20 


157 




47 


227 




47 227 




51 


520 




20 


157 




47 227 




47 227 




51 520 






20 


157 




47 


227 




47 227 




51 


520 




20 


157 




47 227 




47 227 




51 520 



2-30 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Stltiitio" for Intontmion on cowr**. date of .mporut.on. dtfinlttgn of Cot ■ «*"»» of trro. ta ih, d«. OTM CTY loth., count..) M *w 6V«vi«« «*d hMM 
of the import miin a Shipmeno valord Ion th.n S25I v shown only und»r SchfAil. A commod,t» numbt. 990 0000 «nd cidudt* trow 1' o«w eot~noo.li I 

















and u . 


















Current ntunth 






Cou ' 


qua 










Idollirt) 








qua- 








on. 




p. 










ING 














0712010 


COFFEE EXTRACTS, 


ESSENCES, 


AND CONCENTRATES, JNCLUC 


SOLUBLE 


OR 


INSTANT COFFEE 






(LB) 










268 847 




801 257 




801 


248 




601 


246 




266 


647 




601 


257 




601 246 




601 246 






«« 085 




136 651 




136 


651 




140 


977 




44 


065 




136 


631 




136 631 




140 977 






91 680 








256 


704 




266 


130 




91 


660 




256 


704 




236 704 




266 130 


ECUADOR 




13 000 




36 790 




36 












13 


000 




36 


790 








49 931 


BRAZIL 


7 


087 470 


25 


839 680 


25 


839 


670 


27 


111 


246 


- 


087 


11 


23 


639 


660 


23 


639 670 


27 


111 <«* 


NETHLDS 




17t <409 




39i 528 




391 


5?e 






069 






"0* 




341 


526 




3*1 326 




414 069 


FRANCE 




114 167 




684 719 




684 


719 


1 


. - 


630 






467 




664 


719 




• - 


1 


224 830 






124 802 




933 898 




933 


898 




9«6 


975 






802 




933 


696 




933 696 




9*6 973 






11 247 




139 776 




139 


776 






934 




11 






139 


■ 




139 776 




130 934 






470 




2 090 




2 


095 




2 


236 






470 




2 


090 




2 093 




2 fit 




7 


930 477 


29 


223 093 


29 


223 


079 


3. 


ice 


616 


7 


930 




11 


223 


0*3 


29 


223 079 


31 


106 616 


071202C 


CHICORY ROOTS, GROUND OR OTHERWISE PREPARED 




















IL6) 










7q5 509 




198 857 




198 


857 




238 


023 




745 


50« 




196 


657 




196 657 




236 023 






82 575 




20 663 




20 


685 






603 




62 


575 




20 


665 








24 603 






154 322 




35 892 




35 


892 










154 


322 




35 


692 




33 69? 




46 127 










8 992 




8 


992 




12 


966 




M 


092 




6 


992 




e 992 




12 966 






530 




901 






926 






926 






530 










926 




V26 




1 


027 028 




265 327 




265 


332 




322 


647 


1 


027 


026 




265 


327 




263 332 




322 647 


072100C 


COCOA BE 






























(L6) 










370 75e 




' 




615 


436 






266 




370 


356 




615 


4 36 




613 436 




630 266 








1 


669 513 


1 


669 


513 


1 


705 


161 




997 


621 


1 


669 


513 


1 


669 313 


1 


703 161 






76 058 




122 063 




122 


063 






666 




76 


056 




122 


063 




122 063 




124 666 




1 


402 833 


2 


498 972 


2 


498 


972 


2 






1 


402 


833 


2 




972 


2 


496 972 


2 


543 130 






300 000 










200 






675 




300 


000 










474 200 




491 673 






447 094 








703 


459 




721 


798 










1 










721 796 




q 


909 26" 


8 


179 «68 


B 


242 


468 


8 


499 


336 


4 


909 


269 


6 


;->9 


466 


6 




6 


499 336 






224 000 




328 800 




328 


800 












000 




326 


600 




326 600 




347 103 




2 


444 065 


3 


754 260 


3 




260 




854 


646 


2 





063 


3 




260 


3 


73* 260 


3 


634 646 






327 895 








328 


392 






933 




327 


893 




501 


392 




526 392 








11 




18 


- 


18 


827 


863 


19 


218 


630 


11 


029 


703 


16 






18 


8<7 663 


19 


216 630 






783 18« 


1 




1 




093 


1 








783 


184 


1 


367 




1 


367 093 


1 


431 361 






316 960 




539 793 




539 


793 




361 


193 




316 


960 




539 


793 




339 793 




361 193 






211 204 




339 023 




339 


023 




358 


306 




211 


20« 




339 






339 023 




336 306 






94 415 










842 




153 


336 




.- 






144 


642 




1*4 642 




133 336 








1 


005 932 


1 


005 


932 


1 


033 


636 




554 


216 


1 


005 


932 


1 


003 932 


1 


035 636 








1 




1 


142 


203 


: 


175 


762 




661 


360 


1 






1 


142 203 


1 


175 762 






77 161 




110 275 






275 




116 


563 




77 


161 




110 






110 273 




116 363 




31 


257 307 


53 


339 014 


53 


277 




55 


100 


360 


31 


257 


307 


53 


339 


014 


33 


277 649 


33 


100 360 




1 


«99 :j« 


2 


325 182 


2 


325 


182 


2 


412 


000 


1 




126 


2 


325 


162 


2 


323 162 


2 


412 uOO 




2 


704 600 


4 


100 674 


4 


100 


674 




269 


122 


2 


704 


600 


- 


100 




- 


100 674 


4 


269 122 






527 100 




853 083 




853 


083 




886 


237 




527 


100 




e«3 


063 




653 063 




666 237 




61 


215 553 


102 




102 


991 


175 


106 


180 




61 


215 


353 


102 


962 


119 


102 


991 173 


106 


160 346 


072200( 


) COCOA, NOT 


S-EETENED, AND 


COCOA 


CAKE SUITABLE 


-OR REDUCTION TO COCOA POtDER 








(LB) 










404 092 




788 231 




788 


231 




803 


265 




404 






766 


231 




766 231 




803 263 






58" 219 




997 460 




997 


460 


1 


020 


538 






219 




997 






997 460 


1 


020 336 






22 046 




38 500 




38 


500 




39 


796 




22 


046 




36 


500 




38 300 




39 796 




q 


214 747 


6 


547 080 


6 


547 


183 


6 


775 


686 


4 


- 


'-- 


6 




■t'. 


6 


t-1 10' 


6 


773 666 




3 


609 832 


8 


57 17« 


8 


263 


528 


8 




691 


3 


609 


832 


- 


257 


;79 


6 


263 526 


6 


471 651 




1 


435 245 


2 


837 057 


2 


837 


057 


i. 


897 


677 


1 


"35 


245 


2 


837 




2 


637 057 


2 


697 677 




1 


295 508 


2 


883 095 


2 


838 


729 


2 


906 


688 


1 


295 


508 


2 


883 


095 


2 


636 729 


2 


906 666 






165 115 




376 475 




376 


475 




393 


176 




165 


115 




376 


473 




376 475 




395 176 






56 000 




55 979 




55 


979 




74 


139 




56 


000 




55 


979 




55 979 




74 139 






79 366 








167 


147 




170 


547 




79 


366 




167 


i- -7 




167 147 




170 347 




1 


96C 45 


2 


032 642 


2 


032 


642 


2 


082 


557 


1 




450 


2 


032 


642 


2 


032 642 


2 


082 337 






220 460 




434 761 






761 




450 


000 




220 


460 




-'- 


761 




434 761 




450 000 




13 


147 080 


25 


415 606 


25 


377 


692 


26 


087 


742 


13 


147 


080 


25 




606 


23 


377 692 


26 


087 742 


072310 


) CHOCOLATE, 


UNSWEETENED 




























(LB) 










151 500 




351 300 




353 


194 




353 


194 




151 


500 




351 


300 




333 194 




353 194 






99 207 




162 000 




162 


000 




165 


259 




99 


207 




162 


000 




162 000 




165 259 


DOM REP 




45 000 




91 350 




91 


350 




92 


433 




-; 


000 




91 


350 




91 330 




92 433 






330 690 




695 2«5 




695 


295 




717 


081 




330 


690 




695 


?95 




695 295 




717 061 




q 


519 516 


8 


651 461 


8 


658 


586 


8 


8/0 


959 


4 


519 


516 


8 


651 


461 


8 


658 566 


8 


670 959 






198 414 




32u 000 




324 


000 




337 


532 




198 


414 




324 






324 000 




337 332 




3 


906 560 


7 


858 199 


7 


858 


199 


12 


087 


899 


3 


901 


560 


7 


856 


|99 


7 


858 199 


12 


067 699 






6 000 




14 856 




14 


856 




15 


181 




6 


000 




14 


e56 




14 856 




15 161 




9 


256 88" 


18 


iqa j 6i 


18 


157 


480 


22 


639 


538 


9 


256 


887 


18 


148 


461 


18 


157 aeo 


22 


639 536 


072320 


5 COCOA BUTTER 






























(LB) 








1 


366 482 




832 259 




332 


259 




859 


673 


1 


366 


482 




332 


?59 




632 259 




659 673 






203 141 




- 




497 


408 




507 


361 




203 


141 




»" 


408 




497 408 




507 361 






86 974 








224 


918 




230 


774 




83 


974 




224 


916 








cZ* 77X 






66 138 




156 000 




156 


000 




159 


112 




66 


138 




156 


000 




156 000 




159 112 






189 596 




443 390 




443 


390 




- = .' 


665 




139 


596 




443 


390 




443 390 




433 665 






22 046 




42 500 




"r2 


500 




44 


Ofcl 




22 


046 




42 


5C0 




42 500 




44 061 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-31 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current mouth 


Cumulative, January to dale 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



BRAZIL 

U KINS 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

CAMROON 

IVY CST 

TOTAL 

0730020 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C0L0MB 

U KING...... 

IRELAND 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0730040 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C0L0MB 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

IRELAND 

NETHLDS.,... 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

HUNGARY 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

P0RTUGL 

ITALY 

GREECE 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0740020 

CANADA 

ECUADOR,.... 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

USSR........ 

INDIA ,. 

SRI LKA 

INDNSIA 

CHINA M..... 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

NEW GUI 

RWANDA 

KENYA 

TNZANIA 

MOZAMBQ 

REP SAF 

MALAWI 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0740040 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

TOTAL..... 



699 748 
148 921 
355 160 
158 730 
44 092 
276 345 
431 668 
240 096 
482 366 
602 458 
375 961 



916 088 
365 877 
837 876 
302 895 
90 000 
451 469 
888 946 
523 547 
005 360 
486 770 



916 088 
365 877 
837 876 
302 895 
90 000 
424 469 
888 946 
523 547 
005 360 
486 770 



12 065 303 



CHOCOLATE, SWEETENED 



576 979 

33 589 

119 048 

616 286 

40 000 

87 210 

40 076 

247 771 

264 692 

13 761 

2 342 

64 033 

1 478 

107 265 



811 810 

26 144 

151 200 

301 341 

24 399 

133 064 

48 052 

344 987 

464 325 

8 964 

8 348 

83 132 

4 150 

409 916 



12 038 303 



820 419 

26 227 

151 200 

301 535 

24 399 

133 064 

48 076 

344 987 

470 607 

8 964 

8 348 

83 138 

4 150 

425 114 



4 041 057 

374 687 

853 922 

312 739 

93 340 

447 901 

975 990 

540 349 

1 027 222 

1 526 962 

12 448 835 



820 419 

26 227 

155 998 

341 904 

26 708 

141 763 

51 295 

362 819 

494 555 

10 487 

11 130 
90 349 

4 560 

2 538 214 



699 748 
148 921 
355 160 
158 730 
44 092 
276 345 
431 668 
240 096 
482 366 
602 458 
375 961 



576 979 

33 589 

119 048 

616 286 

40 000 

87 210 

40 076 

247 771 

264 692 

13 761 

2 342 

64 033 

1 478 

2 107 265 



916 088 
365 877 
837 876 
302 895 
90 000 
451 469 
888 946 
523 547 
005 360 
486 770 



12 065 303 



811 810 

26 144 

151 200 

301 341 

24 399 

133 064 

48 052 

344 987 

464 325 

8 964 

8 348 

83 132 

4 150 

409 916 



3 916 088 

365 877 

837 876 

302 895 

90 000 

424 469 

888 946 

523 547 

1 005 360 

1 486 770 
12 038 303 

(LB) 

820 419 

26 227 

151 200 

301 535 

24 399 

133 064 

48 076 

344 967 

470 607 

8 964 

8 348 

83 138 

4 150 

2 425 114 



COCOA, SWEETENED, CONFECTIONERSi COATINGS, ETC, CANDY, ETC, CONTAINING COCOA OR CHOCOLATE (LB) 



252 485 
136 999 
10 395 
34 718 
28 159 
21 727 

20 141 
246 924 

21 938 
95 489 

5 128 
13 136 

722 231 

28 671 

56 390 

26 788 

4 079 

6 336 
26 348 
25 731 
20 355 
19 867 

824 035 



201 
74 
10 
35 
26 
24 
53 

313 

14 

99 

6 

56 

140 
16 

140 

9 

7 

9 

90 

16 

31 

12 

391 



530 
806 
266 
894 
907 
318 
743 
532 
320 
745 
589 
623 
364 
200 
174 
767 
531 
526 
076 
147 
200 
467 
725 



TEA, CRUDE OR PREPARED 



475 597 

427 998 

584 658 

1 014 318 

47 434 

960 484 

4 927 

50 795 

827 347 

3 039 055 

2 903 812 
605 295 

9 667 

319 864 

524 398 

234 569 

36 878 

2 066 379 

128 043 

145 208 

36 683 

353 228 

718 

14 797 355 



772 

231 

348 

286 

132 

488 

18 

19 

973 

2 712 

2 307 

442 

16 

181 

162 

191 

15 

1 970 

73 

72 

15 

161 

5 

11 601 



258 
985 
016 
605 
952 
885 
991 
662 
157 
562 
750 
662 
272 
288 
808 
181 
390 
428 
635 
905 
300 
755 
239 
686 



11 



203 030 
74 806 

10 266 
35 894 
26 907 
24 318 
53 743 

313 659 

11 934 
97 437 

6 589 
56 623 

934 726 

16 200 

141 060 

9 569 

7 531 
9 015 

90 076 
16 147 
31 200 

12 543 
183 273 



771 329 

231 985 

350 883 

286 605 

132 952 

488 885 

18 991 

22 350 

979 935 

720 457 

311 418 

448 369 

16 377 

181 286 

162 878 

191 181 

15 390 

959 608 

73 635 

72 905 

15 300 

161 755 

5 222 

619 698 



MATE* CRUDE OR PREPARED 



35 252 
17 637 
52 889 



10 893 

8 800 

19 693 



10 893 

8 800 

19 693 



203 242 
78 819 

11 332 
39 336 
28 801 
28 144 
55 924 

339 881 

13 215 
106 251 

7 360 
62 012 

1 277 379 

18 256 
152 939 

12 570 

8 546 

9 842 
95 187 
18 182 
34 010 

14 422 

2 615 650 



771 329 

257 236 

397 827 

353 616 

144 183 

538 988 

19 754 

25 037 

1 079 288 
3 050 518 

2 651 999 
497 025 

18 572 

208 897 

208 947 

215 386 

21 759 

2 224 493 

90 092 

94 540 

21 402 

197 593 

7 054 

13 095 535 



13 075 
10 031 
23 106 



252 485 

136 999 

10 395 

34 7l8 

28 159 

21 727 

20 141 
246 924 

21 938 
95 489 

5 128 
13 136 

722 231 

28 671 

56 390 

26 788 

4 079 

6 336 
26 348 
25 731 
20 355 
19 867 

1 824 035 



475 597 
427 998 
584 658 

1 014 318 

47 434 

960 484 

4 927 

50 795 

827 347 

3 039 055 

2 903 8l2 
605 295 

9 667 

319 864 

524 398 

234 569 

36 878 

2 066 379 

128 043 

145 208 

36 683 

353 228 

718 

797 355 



14 



201 530 
74 806 
10 266 
35 894 
26 907 
24 318 
53 743 

313 532 
14 320 
99 745 

6 589 
56 623 

140 364 

16 200 

140 174 

9 767 

7 531 
9 526 

90 076 
16 147 
31 200 
12 467 
391 725 



772 258 
231 985 
348 016 
286 605 
132 952 
488 885 

18 991 

19 662 
973 157 

2 712 562 

2 307 750 

442 662 

16 272 

181 288 

162 808 

191 181 

15 390 

1 970 428 

73 635 

72 905 

15 300 

161 755 

5 239 

11 601 686 



35 252 

17 637 
52 889 



10 893 

8 800 

19 693 



203 030 

74 806 

10 266 
35 894 
26 907 
24 318 
53 743 

313 659 

11 934 
97 437 

6 589 
56 623 

934 726 

16 200 

141 060 

9 569 

7 531 
9 015 

90 076 

16 147 

31 200 

12 543 
2 183 273 

(LB) 

771 329 

231 985 

350 883 

286 605 

132 952 

488 885 

18 991 
22 350 

979 935 

2 720 457 

2 311 418 

448 369 

16 377 

181 288 

162 878 

191 181 

15 390 

1 959 608 

73 635 

72 905 

15 300 

161 755 

5 222 

11 619 698 

(LB) 

10 893 

8 800 

19 693 



041 057 
374 687 
853 922 
312 739 
93 340 
447 901 
975 990 
540 349 
027 222 
526 962 



12 448 835 



820 419 

26 227 

155 998 

341 904 

26 708 

141 763 

51 295 

362 819 

494 555 

10 487 

11 130 
90 349 

4 560 
538 214 



203 242 
78 819 

11 332 
39 336 
28 801 
28 144 
55 924 

339 881 

13 215 
106 251 

7 360 
62 012 

277 379 

18 256 

152 939 

12 570 

8 546 

9 842 
95 187 
18 182 
34 010 

14 422 
615 650 



771 329 

257 236 

397 827 

353 616 

144 183 

538 988 

19 754 

25 037 

1 079 288 
3 050 518 

2 651 999 
497 02b 

18 572 

208 897 

208 947 

215 386 

21 759 

2 224 493 

90 092 

94 540 

21 402 

197 593 

7 054 

13 095 535 



13 075 
10 031 
23 106 



2-32 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, data ol importation, definitioni of Cuitomi, I «i , and c i f .4uei louicat ol e«oi in tt-. "*» end ••*«»■ 

of the import turittia. Shipments valued lea then $25) are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 and etctuded from •)< otha' commod.im I 



Schedule A coanodlty nuabcr, deacrlptlon anil unit of ii. .. 





I urrcnl munlh 


tumu' [OtsMf 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantl ty 


Value (dollars) 


qua< ' 




orlKln 


Custoau 


F.a.s. 









0751010 



paprika, ground or not ground 



(LSI 





652 747 


355 260 


355 


260 


394 


981 


652 7s)l 




1 535 78" 


1 148 342 


1 148 


342 


1 255 


3«3 


1 535 7 8 4 




11* 639 


59 810 


59 


810 


78 


632 


11« 639 




2 303 170 


1 563 412 


1 563 


4;2 


1 728 


956 


2 303 170 


0751025 


PEPPER, BLACK, 


NOT GROUND 














2 876 685 


2 166 454 


2 165 


.-. 


2 332 


BM 


2 676 685 




33 069 


24 450 


24 


450 


26 


33« 


33 069 


INDIA 


47 536 


M 831 


44 


831 


»1 


356 


47 536 




14 000 


11 639 


11 


639 


12 


SOO 


14 000 




22 400 


17 357 


17 


357 


10 


620 


22 4 




3 817 535 


2 835 585 


2 841 


585 


3 178 


056 


3 ». 




1 284 


? 551 


2 


539 


2 


7s)1 


1 264 




6 814 509 


5 102 867 


5 107 


885 


5 618 


599 


6 61» 509 


0751030 


PEPPER, RHITEj 


NOT GROUND 














99 227 


114 700 


114 


700 


120 


297 


99 227 




11 200 


13 324 


13 


324 


LI 


000 






443 395 


521 250 


521 


250 


558 


16-* 


WJ 395 


TOTAL 


553 822 


649 274 


649 


274 


692 


481 


553 «22 


0751045 


PEPPER/ CAPSICUM, CAYENNE OR 


RED, INCLUDING 1 


ANCHO, NOT G«< 




260 191 


112 111 


112 


310 


112 


310 


260 191 




131 665 


71 914 


71 


914 


85 


195 


131 665 




396 816 


139 "16 


139 


416 




337 


396 6l6 




236 897 


177 674 


IT* 


106 


198 


123 


2J> 




112 106 


53 303 


53 


303 


59 


209 


112 108 




4 975 


3 327 


3 


327 


3 


654 






1 142 652 


557 745 


554 


376 


650 


026 


IS 652 


0751050 


PIMENTO (ALLSPICE)/ NOT GROUND 












39 683 


22 428 


22 


428 


23 


607 


39 683 




55 115 


48 600 


48 


80C 


52 


679 


55 115 




94 798 


71 228 


71 


228 


76 


666 




0751060 


PEPPER, BLACK, 


WHITE* OR REOi 


GROUND, ANO 


PIMENTO 


ALLSPICE), &(-.. 




7 700 


10 948 


11 


019 


11 


008 


7 700 




3 483 


4 740 


■ 


740 


5 


473 


3 «83 




11 183 


15 688 


15 


759 


16 


461 


11 163 


0752100 


VANILLA BEANS 
















51 847 


528 143 


528 


143 


539 




51 647 




705 


12 480 


12 


480 


12 


611 


705 




268 915 


3 560 335 


3 560 


335 


3 672 


047 


266 9i5 




321 467 


4 100 958 


4 100 


958 


4 223 


902 


321 467 


0752220 


Cassia, cassia 


BUDS, AND CASSIA VERA 










74 900 


37 450 


37 


450 


39 


950 


7". 9q0 




1 668 809 


533 636 


533 


835 


660 


313 


1 668 809 




425 483 


216 780 


217 


140 


254 


672 


•it 483 




66 138 


20 791 


20 


791 


26 


640 


66 136 




22 400 


3 428 


3 


428 


5 


824 


22 -. . 




2 257 730 


812 285 


812 


644 


987 


599 


2 257 730 


0752240 


CINNAMON AND CINNAMON CHIPS 














67 353 


55 869 


55 


889 


66 


530 


67 353 




39 


412 




412 




436 


39 




67 392 


56 301 


56 


301 


66 


968 


67 392 


0752300 


CLOVES ANO CLOVE STEMS 














159 077 


490 066 


490 


066 


509 


090 


159 077 




1 875 


8 053 


8 


007 


8 


282 


1 875 




6 720 


28 980 


28 


BBC 


30 


576 


6 720 




4 400 


18 305 


18 


305 


19 


134 


4 400 




22 420 


73 654 


73 


654 


77 


261 


22 420 




5 1 * 606 


178 920 


178 


920 


167 


033 


54 606 




56 988 


189 362 


189 


362 


193 


024 


56 988 




306 086 


987 340 


987 


294 


1 024 


400 


306 086 


0752420 


CARDAMON and mace 














1 217 


7 776 


7 


776 


7 


948 


1 217 




33 511 


33 595 


33 


595 


39 


424 


33 511 




34 728 


41 371 


41 


371 


47 


372 


34 728 



355 


260 


1 148 


'-. 




610 


1 663 


412 


2 166 


454 


- 


450 


44 


631 


. 


639 






2 635 


565 


2 




5 102 




114 




13 


324 


521 


250 






112 


111 




914 


139 




177 




53 


3C3 


3 




557 




22 


426 


48 


600 




2J6 


10 


948 


4 




15 


666 


526 




12 


460 


3 560 




4 100 


958 


37 




533 


836 


216 


760 


20 


791 


3 


428 


812 


265 


55 


--1 






56 


301 


490 


066 


8 


053 


26 


960 


16 


305 


73 


654 


178 


920 


189 


362 


987 


:--. 


7 


776 


33 


595 


41 


371 



355 


260 


1 146 


•-. 


59 


610 


1 563 


412 


(LSI 




2 165 


«fj« 




450 


44 


631 


11 


639 


17 


357 


2 641 


5S5 


2 


539 


5 107 


686 


(LB 




114 


700 


13 






250 


649 


274 


(LB 






310 


71 


914 




•16 




106 


53 


303 


3 


327 


554 


376 


(LB 




22 


426 


46 


600 


71 


226 


(LB 




11 


019 


4 


• 


15 


759 


(LB 




626 


143 


12 


-e-. 


3 560 


335 


4 100 


956 


(LB 




37 


450 


533 


635 


217 


140 


20 




3 


426 


612 


644 


(LB 




55 


669 




412 


56 


301 


(LB 




490 


066 


6 


007 


26 


980 


18 


305 


73 


654 


i7e 


920 


169 


362 


987 


294 


(LB 




7 


776 


33 


595 


41 


371 





961 


1 255 


343 


78 


632 


1 728 


956 


2 332 


964 


26 




47 


356 


12 


500 


16 


620 


3 178 


056 


2 


747 


5 616 


599 


120 


297 


14 


000 


556 


164 


692 


461 


112 


310 


65 


195 


191 


337 


1«6 


123 




209 


3 


654 


660 


026 


23 


607 


52 


679 


76 


666 


11 


006 


5 


•47J 


16 


■•81 


539 


244 


12 


611 


3 672 


04 7 


4 223 


902 


39 


950 


660 


313 


254 




26 


S40 


5 


•24 


967 


599 




530 






66 


968 


509 


090 


6 


282 


30 


576 


19 




77 


261 


167 




193 


024 


1 024 


400 


7 


948 


39 


424 


47 


372 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-33 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity n 


umber , description 


and unit of quantity 










Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


f . 



0752440 

LW WW I 

NETHLDS 

SINGAPR 

INONSIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0752520 

NETHLDS 

TOTAL 

0752540 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

DOM REP 

SPAIN 

ROMANIA 

IRAN 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

M0R0C 

EGYPT 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0752600 

CANADA 

NICARAG 

DOM REP 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

CHINA T 

OPAC IS 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0752810 

MEXICO 

CHILE 

GREECE 

ROMANIA 

TURKEY 

ISRAEL 

MOROC 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0752820 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

GUYANA 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

YUGOSLV 

TURKEY 

INDIA 

THAILND 

JAPAN 

MOROC 

MALAGAS 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0811100 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0811200 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

0811900 

CANADA 



nutmeg 
40 ooo 

39 904 
24 251 

561 843 
5 800 

671 798 

CARAWAY 

372 576 

372 576 



(LB) 



35 200 

34 859 

17 930 

403 731 

4 420 

496 140 



246 891 
246 891 



35 200 
34 859 
17 930 

403 731 
4 425 

496 145 



245 891 
245 891 



ANlsE, CORIANDER, CuMMIN, DILL/ AND FENNEL 



57 000 

402 812 

48 634 

82 073 

175 618 

556 539 

271 046 

77 536 

261 483 

65 738 

1 200 

1 999 679 



26 617 

50 206 

16 297 

62 020 

25 764 

625 199 

105 889 

15 410 

54 117 

29 253 

2 802 

013 574 



26 746 
51 189 
16 327 
62 020 
25 764 

624 455 

105 889 
15 410 

204 117 

29 253 

2 793 

163 963 



GINGER ROOT, NOT CANDIED OR PRESERVED 



25 900 
81 870 
77 186 

234 821 

28 395 

20 000 

93 287 

600 

562 059 



24 570 

27 827 

18 812 

133 060 

21 370 

6 000 

26 093 

1 517 

259 249 



24 620 

27 827 

18 812 

133 060 

21 370 

6 000 

26 093 

1 517 

259 299 



ORIGANUM, CRUDE OR NOT MANUFACTURED 



291 497 

11 023 

253 311 

22 000 

139 049 

11 000 

22 046 

1 720 

751 646 



152 231 

6 050 

305 549 

30 250 

112 322 

10 096 

9 175 

1 650 

627 323 



153 017 

6 050 

305 549 

30 250 

112 322 

10 096 

9 175 

1 650 

628 109 



SPICES AND SPICE SEEDS, NSPF, INCLUDING MIXED SPICES 



26 704 
39 286 
23 800 
5 391 
36 323 

2 323 
66 265 
51 289 

112 952 

21 774 

9 603 

5 492 

62 539 

3 216 
16 083 

483 040 



20 114 

29 172 

27 562 

12 251 

70 662 

9 669 

43 168 

47 313 

90 545 

24 460 

5 566 

12 922 

18 708 
9 372 

19 195 
440 679 



20 202 
29 172 
27 562 
12 251 
70 573 

9 669 
43 168 
47 313 
90 545 
24 478 

5 566 
12 922 

18 708 
9 372 

19 200 
440 701 



STRAW (EXCEPT FLAX STRAW AND RICE STRAW) 



412 
412 



HAY 



8 370 
8 370 



64 997 
64 997 



448 973 
448 973 



ANIMAL FEEDS, NSPF 

14 542 99 643 



71 214 
71 214 



484 773 
484 773 



102 879 



38 


128 


38 


263 


20 


462 


452 


424 


4 


450 


553 


727 


262 


642 


262 


642 


26 


746 


51 


189 


23 


367 


68 


005 


32 


957 


651 


130 


126 


989 


19 


778 


214 


137 


32 


211 


3 


067 


1 249 


576 


24 


620 


37 


128 


26 


484 


147 


960 


24 


987 


8 


075 


38 


478 


1 


579 


309 


311 


158 


608 


6 


776 


325 


960 


31 


898 


124 


128 


12 


160 


10 


725 


1 


787 


672 


042 


SPICES 


20 


197 


29 


172 


28 


547 


13 


450 


75 


584 


10 


249 


48 


047 


52 


299 


98 


321 


28 


191 


6 


499 


14 


391 


22 


371 


9 


612 


21 


627 


478 


557 


71 


214 


71 


214 


484 


773 


484 


773 



40 


000 


39 


904 


24 


251 


561 


843 


5 


800 


671 


798 


372 


576 


372 


576 


57 


000 


402 


812 


48 


634 


82 


073 


175 


618 


556 


539 


271 


046 


77 


536 


261 


483 


65 


738 


1 


200 


1 999 


679 


25 


900 


81 


870 


77 


186 


234 


821 


28 


395 


20 


000 


93 


287 




600 


562 


059 


291 


497 


11 


023 


253 


311 


22 


000 


139 


049 


11 


000 


22 


046 


1 


720 


751 


646 


26 


704 


39 


286 


23 


800 


5 


391 


36 


323 


2 


323 


66 


265 


51 


289 


112 


952 


21 


774 


9 


603 


5 


492 


62 


539 


3 


216 


16 


083 


483 


040 


1 


412 


1 


412 


8 


370 


8 


370 



35 


200 


34 


859 


17 


930 


403 


731 


4 


420 


496 


140 


246 


891 


246 


891 


26 


617 


50 


206 


16 


297 


62 


020 


25 


764 


625 


199 


105 


889 


IS 


410 


54 


117 


29 


253 


2 


802 


1 013 


574 


24 


570 


27 


827 


18 


812 


133 


060 


21 


370 


6 


000 


26 


093 


1 


517 


259 


249 


152 


231 


6 


050 


305 


549 


30 


250 


112 


322 


10 


096 


9 


175 


1 


650 


627 


323 


20 


114 


29 


172 


27 


562 


12 


251 


70 


662 


9 


669 


43 


168 


47 


313 


90 


545 


24 


460 


5 


566 


12 


922 


18 


708 


9 


372 


19 


195 


440 


679 


64 


997 


64 


997 


448 


973 


448 


973 



102 879 



14 542 



99 643 



35 


200 


34 


859 


17 


930 


403 


731 


4 


425 


496 


145 


(LB) 




245 


891 


245 


891 


(LB) 




26 


746 


51 


189 


16 


327 


62 


020 


25 


764 


624 


455 


105 


869 


15 


410 


204 


117 


29 


253 


2 


793 


163 


963 


(LB 




24 


620 


27 


827 


18 


812 


133 


060 


21 


370 


6 


000 


26 


093 


1 


517 


259 


299 


(LB 




153 


017 


6 


050 


305 


549 


30 


250 


112 


322 


10 


096 


9 


175 


1 


650 


628 


109 


(LB 




20 


202 


29 


172 


27 


562 


12 


251 


70 


573 


9 


669 


43 


168 


47 


313 


90 


545 


24 


478 


5 


566 


12 


922 


18 


708 


9 


372 


19 


200 


440 


701 


(STN 




71 


214 


71 


214 


(STN 




484 


773 


484 


773 


(CWT 


1 


102 


879 



38 


128 


38 


263 


20 


462 


452 


424 


4 


450 


553 


727 


262 


642 


262 


642 


26 


746 


51 


189 


23 


367 


68 


005 


32 


957 


651 


130 


126 


989 


19 


778 


214 


137 


32 


211 


3 


067 


1 249 


576 


24 


620 


37 


128 


26 


484 


147 


960 


24 


987 


8 


075 


38 


478 


1 


579 


309 


311 


158 


608 


6 


776 


325 


960 


31 


898 


124 


128 


12 


160 


10 


725 


1 


787 


672 


042 


20 


197 


29 


172 


28 


547 


13 


450 


75 


584 


10 


249 


48 


047 


52 


299 


98 


321 


28 


191 


6 


499 


14 


391 


22 


371 


9 


612 


21 


627 


478 


557 


71 


214 


71 


214 


484 


773 


484 


773 


102 


879 



2-34 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Staunici" tor information on cowraot. dele ol imporut. on. an « «»•«*•»•< 

ot the import itatittia. Shipment! valued Im than S2b1 are «*io«m only unoer Schedule A ctKMMMMy nam* 



OOO and total 



Schedule A coaaaodll) 









Country 



l uit<-nr in..iitti 






quantl ty 





102 


14 363 


"63 


- 363 




102 




14 


363 


.- 






14 


15 939 


15 939 


16 - 








13 




13 9)9 






124 


5 323 


5 626 


6 - 




124 




3 


323 


3 626 


6 «S) 




4 405 


98 560 


98 560 


126 


« 


40» 




98 


360 


•60 


126 749 




4 842 


734 607 


235 919 


258 602 


- 






234 


607 


235 919 


236 602 


FR GERM 


3 5l3 


7 139 


9 859 


10 -•- 


3 


M3 




7 


139 


9 639 


10 464 




339 


7 361 


7 361 


8 2«0 




339 




7 


361 


7 361 






910 


7 8*5 


7 846 






910 




7 


843 


7 646 






12 985 


?99 599 


299 599 


406 432 


12 


965 




299 


399 


299 399 


40' 




54 


7 762 


7 762 


8 - 




34 




7 


762 


'62 


6 446 




41 830 


79* .-: 


805 713 


398 




8)0 




79» 




803 7D 




0812000 


BRAN/ SHORTS/ 


AND MIDDLINGS FROM MILLING GRAINS, ANO 6° ft] 


NO 0* 


•OT 6R0UN0 








_ 


1 ?7J 071 


1 443 738 


736 




- 


. 




071 


. "' 7)8 


1 4«) 7)6 




. 


25 746 


25 746 


'. ->7J 




- 




• 


• 


23 746 






. 


2Cf 


206 451 


272 535 




- 








206 431 


27. 




- 


1 505 268 


1 675 935 


1 748 046 




- 


: 




266 


9)3 


1 746 046 


0813010 


VEGETABLE OIL 


CAKE AND OIL-CAKE MEAL. 


LU01 OIL 








(LSI 






1 519 380 


97 755 


102 092 


102 092 


1 519 


380 




97 




102 092 


102 092 




441 020 


20 766 


20 766 


29 . 




020 




20 




20 766 


29 162 




1 960 400 


118 521 


122 858 


131 27« 


1 960 


• 00 




116 




938 


. 274 


0814020 


FISH AND "MALE SCRAP AND 


"? *., NOT FJT FOR 


U*PTION 














CANADA 


1 468 


506 "'•'8 


526 468 


328 468 


. 






306 




S2P 


326 466 




3 925 


1 648 378 


1 6*6 378 


1 766 0«8 


3 




. 




• 


376 


1 766 046 




3 472 


1 152 900 


1 152 900 


I 2«- 


3 




: 




. 


1 132 900 


1 294 630 




1 Mil 


508 818 


61* 


376 018 


1 


111 








308 618 


376 016 




373 


569 


569 


156 471 










• - . 




IV 




10 649 


3 956 «13 


3 980 133 


. 653 


10 


6*9 


J 






3 9*0 13) 


4 )21 633 


0811040 


tankage, dead 


FISw AND «HALES, MOHOGEMJEO 


' 












. 


157 303 


161 619 


. 




. 




1J7 


' ' 


161 619 


161 619 




- 


107 544 


107 544 


107 t-- 




- 




. 




107 344 


J07 344 




- 


16 302 


16 302 


19 499 




- 




16 


302 


16 302 


19 "99 




- 


275 982 


17! 982 


397 




- 






962 


»62 


)21 097 




- 


29 617 


29 617 


39 452 




- 




29 




29 617 






- 


45 240 


45 240 


55 . 




- 




43 


240 


43 240 


35 26« 




- 


7 368 


7 368 


8 3 




- 




7 


368 


!66 


6 321 




- 


639 356 


643 672 


616 




- 




639 


356 


6«) 672 


712 616 


0819340 


BREnERSi AND 


DISTILLERS' 


-<•_" SPROUTS 












(STN) 






10 168 


951 101 


1 041 163 


1 041 262 


10 


168 




951 




1 041 18) 


1 041 262 




10 168 


951 101 


1 041 183 


1 041 262 


10 


168 




951 




1 041 IS) 


1 041 262 


0819810 


MILLED GRAIN 


PRODUCTS, INCLUDING "UTuRES, 


NOT FIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION 














2 029 


9 010 


9 228 


9 228 


2 


029 




9 


010 


26 


9 226 




12 212 


97 900 


97 900 


119 420 


12 


212 




97 


900 


97 900 


11- 




349 


341 


341 


392 














)92 




1". 590 


107 251 


107 469 


129 040 


.- 


590 




. J 




107 469 


129 040 


0819820 


flaxseed screenings, scalpings, chaff, or 


SCOuRINGS, GROUND 


OR NOT GROUND 








tSTN) 






97 


6 866 


7 076 


7 076 




97 




6 


866 


7 076 


7 076 




97 


6 866 


7 076 


7 076 




97 




6 


666 


7 076 


7 076 


0819830 


Grain or seed 


SCREENINGS, 


SCALPINGS, CHAFF 


, OR SCOURINGS, GROUND 


3R NOT GROUND, ' 


(STN) 






6 969 


367 168 


405 096 


410 273 


6 


969 




367 


168 


403 096 


•10 27) 




6 969 


367 168 


405 096 


410 273 


6 


969 




367 


168 


405 096 


•10 273 


0819840 


MILLED GRAIN 


BYPRODUCTS, 


MIXED FEEDS, AND 


MIXED FEED INGREDIENTS, 


NSPF 








(STN) 






5 641 


653 189 


640 435 


641 594 


5 


641 




653 


189 


64C 


641 394 




20 


1 070 


1 070 


1 190 




20 




1 


070 


1 070 


1 190 




5 661 


654 259 


641 505 


642 784 


5 


661 




*.'- 


259 


641 505 


642 784 


0819850 


COCOA BEAN RESIDUES, PET 


FOOD FOR RETAIL SALE, ARGOL* PREPARATIONS FOR ANIMAL FEEL, NSPF 


(LB) 






1 579 418 


417 069 


425 146 


425 970 


1 579 


4l8 




•11 


069 


425 146 


423 970 




308 644 


539 124 


539 124 


556 199 


308 


644 




539 


124 


J3V :<- 


556 199 




43 633 


78 426 


78 426 


82 691 


43 


633 




78 


426 


78 426 


62 691 




195 230 


780 957 


782 796 


806 415 


195 


230 




78C 


957 


782 796 


606 415 




26 984 


9 191 


9 191 


11 392 


26 


984 




9 


191 


9 191 


11 392 




23 704 


21 193 


21 193 


24 332 


23 


7 4 




21 


193 


21 19) 


24 332 




1 958 


2 905 


2 905 


3 231 


1 


958 




? 


9C5 


2 905 


3 231 




2 179 571 


1 848 865 


1 858 781 


1 910 230 


2 179 


571 


1 


848 


865 


1 858 781 


1 910 230 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-35 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i. f . 



0980300 

CANADA 

U KINS 

FRANCE 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980420 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980145 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

GUATMAL 

JAMAICA 

U KING 

SWITZLD 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

INDIA 

SINGAPR 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980465 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980500 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

SPAIN 

ISRAEL 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980630 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980640 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

0980700 

FRANCE 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



MUSTARD, GROUND OR PREPARED 



167 920 

99 213 

159 201 

8 989 

435 323 

SOY SAUCE, THIN 

14 218 

88 614 

69 719 

510 433 

123 057 

580 431 

6 810 

1 395 282 



67 514 

69 499 

151 912 

10 488 

299 413 



5 184 
22 079 
14 932 

153 632 

19 991 

200 737 

6 411 
422 966 



SAUCES, EXCEPT THIN SOY 



11 842 

274 037 

60 528 

73 760 

74 771 
105 466 
276 574 

74 773 
80 956 
27 190 

11 065 

12 994 
523 171 

70 347 

77 905 

25 560 

780 939 



6 839 

138 906 

16 841 
92 500 
77 042 

189 868 

84 454 

48 645 

23 856 

14 590 

6 293 

5 241 

215 332 

33 634 

96 582 

17 116 
067 739 



70 515 
69 499 

150 080 
10 488 

300 582 



5 184 
22 116 
14 932 

153 751 

19 991 

200 738 

6 411 
423 123 



7 012 
140 204 

16 841 
92 500 
77 042 

185 706 
84 454 
48 645 
23 856 
14 590 
6 293 
5 241 

215 836 
33 634 
96 582 

17 116 
065 552 



70 515 

85 323 

164 155 

11 695 

331 688 



5 924 

27 712 

18 742 

179 537 

24 801 

236 437 

7 226 

500 379 



7 012 

140 204 

20 580 

100 888 

85 276 

201 401 

113 649 

55 858 

28 567 

18 969 

6 988 

7 074 
245 653 

37 876 

108 290 

19 945 
1 198 235 



167 


920 


99 


213 


159 


201 


8 


989 


435 


323 


14 


218 


88 


614 


69 


719 


510 


433 


123 


057 


580 


431 


8 


810 


1 395 


282 


11 


842 


274 


037 


60 


528 


73 


760 


74 


771 


105 


466 


276 


574 


74 


773 


80 


956 


27 


190 


11 


065 


12 


994 


523 


171 


70 


347 


77 


905 


25 


560 


1 780 


939 



PREPARATIONS CONTAINING OVER 50 PERCENT BY WEIGHT OF M0N0S0DIUM GLUTAMATE 



24 460 

3 291 

27 751 



24 460 

3 291 

27 751 



26 340 

3 714 

30 054 



SOUPS, SOUP ROLLS, SOUP TABLETS OR CUBES, AND OTHER SOUP PREPARATIONS 



102 510 
17 463 

7 106 
11 518 

438 897 

8 126 
25 513 
15 831 
14 146 
95 663 

7 830 
744 603 



44 628 

29 827 

7 265 

21 536 

981 262 

12 960 

33 088 

19 314 

5 852 

202 221 

5 969 

1 363 922 



40 786 

29 827 

7 265 

21 536 

730 324 

12 960 

33 088 

19 336 

5 852 

202 388 

5 969 

109 331 



44 810 

29 827 

8 330 

24 109 

780 757 

13 642 

36 209 

22 172 

6 752 

219 632 

6 772 

1 193 012 



BREwERSi YEAST, DRIED, FICIN, AND PAPAIN, CRUDE 



184 964 
605 

185 569 



32 235 
5 232 

37 467 



33 820 

5 232 

39 052 



33 820 

5 423 

39 243 



YEAST EXCEPT DRIED BREWERS' YE'ST AND NON-ALCOHOLIC preparations of yeast extract 



71 196 
79 366 

9 976 
36 310 

1 015 
197 863 

VINEGAR 

8 252 
4 000 
3 338 

10 715 
8 461 

34 766 



47 755 

39 570 

5 977 

44 670 

1 549 

139 521 



28 706 
6 657 
12 251 
17 619 
14 231 
79 464 



48 222 

39 570 

5 977 

44 670 

1 549 

139 988 



29 072 
6 657 
12 251 
17 594 
14 264 
79 838 



48 222 

39 570 

7 008 

46 353 

1 862 

143 015 



32 861 
8 821 

14 133 
22 231 

15 953 
93 999 



102 


510 


17 


463 


7 


106 


11 


518 


438 


897 


8 


126 


25 


513 


15 


831 


14 


146 


95 


663 


7 


830 


744 


603 


184 


964 




605 


185 


569 


NS OF Y 


71 


196 


79 


366 


9 


976 


36 


310 


1 


015 


197 


363 


8 


252 


4 


000 


3 


338 


10 


715 


6 


461 


34 


766 



67 


514 


69 


499 


151 


912 


10 


488 


299 


413 


5 


184 


22 


079 


14 


932 


153 


632 


19 


991 


200 


737 


6 


411 


422 


966 


6 


839 


138 


906 


16 


341 


92 


500 


77 


042 


189 


868 


84 


454 


48 


645 


23 


856 


14 


590 


6 


293 


5 


241 


215 


332 


33 


634 


96 


582 


17 


116 


1 067 


739 


24 


460 


3 


291 


27 


751 


44 


628 


29 


827 


7 


265 


21 


536 


981 


262 


12 


960 


33 


088 


19 


314 


5 


852 


202 


221 


5 


969 


1 363 


922 


32 


235 


5 


232 


37 


467 


47 


755 


39 


570 


5 


977 


44 


670 


1 


549 


139 


521 


28 


706 


6 


657 


12 


251 


17 


619 


14 


231 


79 


464 



(LB) 

70 515 

69 499 
150 080 

10 488 
300 562 

(LB) 

5 184 

22 116 
14 932 

153 751 

19 991 

200 738 

6 411 
423 123 

(LB) 

7 012 
140 204 

16 841 
92 500 
77 042 

185 706 
84 454 
48 645 

23 856 
14 590 

6 293 

5 241 

215 836 

33 634 

96 582 

17 116 
065 552 



24 460 

3 291 

27 751 

(L8) 

40 786 

29 827 

7 265 

21 536 

730 324 

12 960 

33 088 

19 336 

5 852 

202 386 

5 969 

L 109 331 

(LB) 

33 820 

5 232 

39 052 

(LB) 

48 222 
39 570 

5 977 
44 670 

1 549 
139 988 

(PFG) 

29 072 

6 657 
12 251 
17 594 
14 264 
79 838 



70 


515 


85 


323 


164 


155 


11 


695 


331 


688 


5 


924 


27 


712 


18 


742 


179 


537 


24 


801 


236 


437 


7 


226 


500 


379 


7 


012 


140 


204 


20 


580 


100 


888 


85 


276 


201 


401 


113 


649 


55 


858 


28 


567 


18 


969 


6 


988 


7 


074 


245 


658 


37 


876 


108 


290 


19 


945 


1 198 


235 


26 


340 


3 


714 


30 


054 


44 


810 


29 


827 


8 


330 


24 


109 


780 


757 


13 


642 


36 


209 


22 


172 


6 


752 


219 


632 


6 


772 


1 193 


012 


33 


820 


5 


423 


39 


243 


48 


222 


39 


570 


7 


008 


46 


353 


1 


862 


143 


015 


32 


861 


8 


621 


14 


133 


22 


231 


15 


953 


93 


999 



2-36 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C i f. Values Continued 



{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date ot importation, definition! of Customs. ' I 

of the import statistics Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 and eidudtd from i 











i urrrol month 




Country 


qunnt i t\ 


Valuo (dollar*) 




orlRln 


Cuitoaa 











0981000 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C RICA 

PANAMA 

JAMAICA 

HAITI 

DOM REP 

TRINID 

C0L0MB 

ARGENT 

SWE0EN 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SKITZLD 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

GREECE 

ISRAEL 

INDIA 

THAILND 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

REP SAF 

0TH CTV 

TOTAL 



FOOD PREPARATIONS, NSPF 

?«3 116 

290 612 

13 2«2 

77 959 

10 029 

11 723 
?23 565 

22 0«0 
16 5S8 
J7 665 
5<t 776 

- 393 

25 700 

327 039 

35 729 

76 815 

107 819 

138 557 

39 200 

76 243 

23 700 
!? 666 



»J 

6 

101 

27 



393 
375 
319 
111 



46 607 
131 525 
2«1 969 
750 385 
26 933 
18 782 
511 575 



305 876 

310 517 

13 242 

77 959 

40 029 

11 723 
223 565 

22 0«0 
16 588 

38 190 
54 776 

173 949 

25 700 
326 969 

35 729 

76 795 

107 605 

138 557 

39 200 

23 700 

12 019 

41 393 
6 375 

92 839 

27 156 

46 607 

131 693 

241 870 

751 209 

26 933 
18 782 

535 826 



." . - 263 

310 517 

-■ -• I 

13 279 
252 454 

27 028 
18 093 
*2 973 
61 531 

194 152 

28 207 
390 170 

86 382 

162 387 

86 924 
27 063 

15 109 

49 080 

7 056 

112 394 
30 219 
61 518 

152 614 

869 966 

21 352 

981 566 



293 ll( 


> 


676 


304 283 


290 61. 


t 310 


517 


517 




i 




14 821 


77 95< 


77 


959 


86 461 


40 02< 


1 


029 






1 




13 27V 




1 


565 


2?. 


22 0«< 


) 


0*0 


27 026 


16 581 


> 


566 


16 093 




i 36 


190 






I 


776 


61 331 




! 173 


949 


19- 


25 70( 


) 


700 


28 207 




) 


969 


J90 170 








41 404 




> ""ft 




66 362 




107 


605 


112 756 


136 55- 


1 136 557 


162 367 


39 20( 


39 


200 






76 




8* »2i 


2J 70< 


) 


700 


27 063 




I 




15 109 




1 


393 


49 080 


6 37' 


*> 6 


375 


7 056 


101 JH 




639 


112 394 


27 11 




156 


30 21« 


46 60* 


1 «6 


607 


61 516 


131 52! 


131 


6V3 


152 614 




1 


670 


; 249 


750 38' 


> 


209 


669 966 


26 93. 


1 26 






16 76, 


> 18 






511 57! 


1 3 535 


626 


3 961 366 



ITafal* 2 Continued on p*v 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-37 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 









Schedule 


A c 


Mnmod. 


ty number, ds 


scription 


and unit of quantity 
















Current rnon 


111 














Cu 


nulative, January to dale 




Country 
of 








Value 


dollars ) 










Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 




Cus 


toms 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


.f . 




quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


1110101 


) MINERAL WATER: 


AND ICE 


























_ 




7 870 




8 


?2? 




8 


22? 


- 




7 870 


6 222 


8 222 




_ 


4 


202 952 


4 


201 


950 


5 


701 


350 


- 


4 


202 952 


4 201 950 


5 701 350 




_ 




71 016 




68 


759 




93 


6?7 


- 




71 016 


68 759 


93 627 




_ 




15 525 




15 


525 




23 


44? 


- 




15 525 


15 525 


23 442 




_ 




7 379 




7 


379 




10 


078 


- 




7 379 


7 379 


10 076 




_ 




336 133 




337 


348 




514 


333 


- 




336 133 


337 348 


514 333 




_ 




10 757 




10 


757 




18 


098 


- 




10 757 


10 757 


18 098 




- 


4 


651 632 


4 


649 


940 


6 


369 


150 


- 


4 


651 632 


4 649 940 


6 369 150 


111020 


) CHOCOLATE MILK, GINGER ALE/ 


GINGER BEER 


, LEMONADE AND 


MON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 


, NSPF 


(GAL) 






30 067 




47 497 




48 


412 




48 


41? 


30 067 




47 497 


48 412 


48 412 




10 lit 




19 843 




19 


843 




19 


843 


10 114 




19 843 


19 843 


19 843 




11 990 




29 494 




29 


494 




40 


49? 


11 990 




29 494 


29 494 


40 492 




6 390 




11 099 




10 


298 




14 


140 


6 390 




11 099 


10 298 


14 140 


FRANCE 


2 932 




5 122 




5 


12? 




6 


621 


2 932 




5 122 


5 122 


6 621 




2 033 




11 459 




11 


459 




13 


256 


2 033 




11 459 


11 459 


13 256 




13 575 




32 701 




32 


701 




46 


404 


13 575 




32 701 


32 701 


46 404 




522 




3 880 




3 


880 




4 


925 


522 




3 880 


3 880 


4 925 




77 623 




161 095 




161 


209 




194 


093 


77 623 




161 095 


161 209 


194 093 


112101 


3 CHAMPAGNE AND 


OTHER SPARKLING WINES 
















(GAL) 






757 




12 019 




12 


019 




12 


573 


757 




12 019 


12 019 


12 573 




633 




18 805 




18 


805 




19 


662 


633 




18 805 


16 805 


19 662 




180 782 


? 


813 029 


2 


812 


490 


2 


968 


790 


180 782 


2 


813 029 


2 812 49C 


2 968 790 




8 805 




94 105 




94 


103 




105 


470 


6 805 




94 105 


94 103 


105 470 




960 




12 062 




12 


06? 




13 


157 


960 




12 062 


12 062 


13 157 




19 899 




117 051 




117 


051 




141 


858 


19 899 




117 051 


117 051 


141 858 




807 




6 397 




6 


397 




7 


383 


807 




6 397 


6 397 


7 383 




139 681 




701 229 




700 


985 




833 


844 


139 681 




701 22? 


700 985 


833 844 




3 823 




27 336 




27 


336 




32 


027 


3 823 




27 336 


27 336 


32 0?7 




144 




2 076 




2 


076 




3 


202 


144 




2 076 


2 076 


3 202 




356 291 


3 


804 109 


3 


803 


324 


4 


137 


966 


356 291 


3 


804 10S 


3 803 32' 


4 137 966 


112102 


5 WINES, STILL, 


PRODUCED FROM 


GRAPES, 


CONTAINING 


NOT 


OVER 14* ALCOHOL 






(GAL) 






11 714 




76 728 




76 


728 




68 


095 


11 714 




76 72E 


76 72£ 


68 095 




10 003 




15 384 




15 


384 




24 


807 


10 003 




15 381 


15 38' 


24 807 




46 464 




164 722 




166 


398 




199 


194 


46 464 




164 722 


166 39£ 


1 199 194 




840 




6 345 




6 


345 




7 


364 


840 




6 34S 


6 34J 


7 364 




2 668 




8 202 




8 


?0? 




10 


334 


2 668 




8 202 


8 202 


10 334 




6 698 




186 454 




186 


454 




194 


635 


6 698 




186 451 


186 451 


) 194 635 




39 612 




240 186 




?39 


597 




274 


184 


39 612 




?40 l8« 


239 597 274 184 




14 442 




153 614 




153 


614 




165 


999 


14 442 




153 61' 


153 61' 


) 165 999 




1 157 370 


14 


147 626 


14 


116 


353 


15 


331 


160 


1 157 370 


14 


147 626 


14 116 353 15 331 160 




956 489 


7 


192 833 


7 


194 


499 


8 


115 


640 


956 489 


7 


192 832 


7 194 499 8 115 640 




13 330 




75 388 




75 


388 




87 


811 


13 330 




75 38£ 


75 388 87 811 




10 030 




108 617 




108 


615 




120 


795 


10 030 




108 61" 


108 615 120 795 




1 084 




24 217 




24 


217 




25 


760 


1 084 




24 217 24 217 25 760 




139 272 




575 488 




575 


518 




676 


613 


139 272 




575 468 575 518 676 613 




720 949 


3 


271 378 


3 


271 


137 


3 


888 


245 


720 949 


3 


271 378 3 271 137 3 888 245 




12 497 




50 240 




50 


?40 




59 


457 


12 497 




50 240 50 240 59 457 




3 304 169 


1? 


493 901 


12 


501 


436 


15 


072 


567 


3 304 169 


12 


493 90 


12 501 436 15 072 567 




9 505 




40 510 




40 


510 




48 


286 


9 505 




40 510 40 510 48 288 




84 642 




301 196 




301 


196 




387 


282 


84 642 




301 196 301 196 387 282 




8 884 




29 336 




29 


336 




39 


022 


8 884 




29 336 29 336 39 022 




160 133 




632 475 




632 


475 




747 


890 


160 133 




632 475 632 475 747 890 




3 300 




18 151 




18 


151 




20 


505 


3 300 




18 151 18 151 20 505 




2 823 




20 439 




20 


439 




24 


441 


2 823 




20 439 20 439 24 441 




1 665 




7 109 




7 


109 




8 


653 


1 665 




7 109 7 109 8 653 




6 718 583 


39 


840 539 


39 


819 


341 


45 


618 


741 


6 718 583 


39 


840 539 39 819 341 45 '618 741 


112103 


WINE, GRAPE, 


MARSALA, OVER 


14% 


ALCOHOL, 


IN CONTAINERS 


HOLDING NOT OVER 1 


GALLON 


(GAL) 






14 093 




89 371 




89 


351 




104 


799 


14 093 




89 371 89 351 104 799 




198 




4 137 




4 


137 




4 


529 


198 




4 137 4 137 4 529 




14 291 




93 508 




93 


488 




109 


328 


14 291 




93 508 93 488 109 328 


112104 


5 WINE* SHERRY 
























(GAL) 






6 482 




97 423 




97 


303 




104 


65C 


6 482 




97 423 97 303 104 650 




232 171 


1 


941 519 


1 


941 


131 


2 


150 


372 


232 171 


1 


941 519 1 941 131 2 150 372 




1 135 




6 080 




6 


13C 




6 


812 


1 135 




6 080 6 130 6 812 




239 788 


2 


045 022 


2 


044 


564 


2 


261 


834 


239 788 


2 


045 022 ? 044 564 2 261 834 


112105 


WINES, STILL, 


PRODUCED FROM 


GRAPES, 


CONTAINING 


OVER 14* ALCOHOL, NSPF 






(GAL) 






1 238 




10 522 




10 


522 




11 


722 


1 238 




10 522 10 522 11 722 




5 923 




63 021 




63 


021 




68 


126 


5 923 




63 021 63 021 68 126 




4 303 




27 360 




27 


36C 




31 


85J 


4 303 




27 360 ?7 360 31 853 




9 374 




173 251 




173 


251 




186 


est 


9 374 




173 251 173 251 186 688 




2 577 






19 36£ 


1 




19 


36J 




22 


512 


2 577 




19 368 19 368 22 512 



2-38 



U.S. GENERAL IMPOR" 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C i f. Values Continued 



(See "ExplwiBlion of StetiJfcs" for inlornimon on covtreoj, d«te 

ol [he import mtinid. ShipmenB vdutd itu Ihw S25I wirtiown only 
















































Country 
of 




1 
























6 313 










425 




5 059 


S 060 


3 059 


3 060 


6 315 




1 


391 




6 785 


6 785 


8 . 




6 783 


6 763 


6 123 


OTH CTY. . . . 


1 


243 




8 217 


8 217 


8 750 




6 . 


6 217 


6 750 




26 


474 




313 583 


313 584 


289 






564 


344 269 


112106C 


VERMOUTH 














(6AL) 






23 


627 




123 002 


123 002 






1 002 


002 


14' 




152 


068 




756 f-' 


756 646 


eec 


068 




646 


660 143 






583 




2 524 


2 52« 


3 : 


583 




2 324 






176 


278 




882 172 


862 172 


1 029 197 


176 


682 


662 172 


1 02» 197 


1122031 


) FRUIT 


JUICE 


OV 11 


ALC -r.L, CIDER, Pf- 


HOLlC 


• 


(6AL) 






4 


000 




15 2. 


15 225 


22 . 






15 . 


22 263 




e 


328 




64 . 


2*0 


72 ' 






6« 240 


72 546 




19 


588 




36 671 


*7l 






«7l 


36 671 


49 716 


NETHLDS 


5 


548 




1? 500 


12 500 






•00 


12 300 


16 224 




11 


239 




70 615 


70 615 


80 • 


. 39 


70 ' 


70 615 


60 627 




1 


800 




6 810 


6 - 


8 323 


i a 


6 610 


. 


6 323 


POLAND 


1 


137 




5 656 


5 856 


7 ' 




-56 


3 est 






236 






706 


02 3 


867 






023 


667 136 






452 




19 640 


19 640 








19 640 






51 


751 




300 773 


300 773 










36'- 




1 


114 




5 712 


5 


10% 






3 ' 


6 704 






102 


1 


65 


1 063 


1 31- 


102 




1 24* 063 


1 319 423 


112300 


) AlE, PORTER 


. STOUT/ AND BEER 










I6AL) 






2 537 


385 


3 


727 752 


3 849 832 




11 383 




3 649 632 


3 661 004 




509 


386 


1 


045 J 


1 045 346 




509 366 


1 O"-- 


1 0»' 


I 045 346 




2 


700 




9 360 


360 


11 207 


2 700 


9 360 


'60 


11 207 




3 


- 




8 320 


8 320 




4« 


6 320 


6 320 


10 107 




3 


884 




7 677 


7 25« 


.99 




| 77 




9 699 




3 


490 




8 363 


8 363 


10 ! 


-90 




'6 3 


10 225 




43 


353 




109 556 


109 356 


132 




. 536 


109 336 


132 




21 


718 




56 717 


56 687 


69 720 


'18 




36 667 


69 720 




151 


892 




357 598 


357 598 


451 001 


*92 


598 


337 598 


451 001 




151 


318 




373 987 


373 987 


210 






■S87 


45'. 




4 326 


372 


12 


485 613 


12 48? 


965 597 


- 372 


• 


12 463 166 


14 965 597 




5 


331 




18 451 


18 451 


21 008 




18 


16 - 


21 006 




23 


715 




112 


72 112 


84 - 




72 


72 . 


64 636 




944 


740 


! 


571 


2 570 529 


3 It 






529 


3 160 100 




20 


736 




39 856 


39 856 


56 ' 


20 


39 656 


39 636 


36 390 




5 


838 




20 774 


20 773 


298 






20 773 


24 296 




4 


185 




7 812 


7 812 


11 . 


- :85 


7 - 


7 612 


11 112 




8 


551 




12 036 


12 036 


17 472 


6 551 


.36 


12 036 






13 


208 




26 338 


26 ■ 


- 582 


13 208 


>36 


26 336 


34 362 




2 


888 




7 530 


7 530 


10 ! 


2 886 


7 • 


7 330 


10 920 




111 


030 




179 498 


179 498 


255 573 


330 


179 




255 373 




- 


163 




8 390 


8 390 


216 


163 


6 J 


6 ' 


11 216 




82 


726 




193 - 


193 436 


262 530 


82 726 






282 330 




120 


983 




205 383 


205 842 


292 19* 


120 983 


363 




29< 




13 


608 




22 "»31 


22 437 


33 79*. 


13 608 


22 




33 794 




2 


596 




5 399 


5 399 


6 711 


2 596 


5 399 


5 399 


6 7H 




9 12" 


540 


21 


580 770 


1 910 


25 348 581 


- 540 


21 560 770 


. 910 


25 346 381 


112400 


5 BRANDY 














(PF3) 






15 


997 




140 618 


140 618 


141 279 


15 997 




616 


141 279 




1 


021 




30 324 


30 324 


31 116 


1 


30 324 


30 1 


31 116 




318 


996 


7 


492 903 


7 445 232 


7 86^ 


318 996 




232 


7 669 684 






433 




6 819 


6 819 


7 575 


-.33 


6 - 


6 819 


7 373 




1 


200 




8 775 


8 775 


10 962 


1 200 


6 775 


6 775 


10 982 




157 


819 


1 


041 402 


1 041 402 


- 633 


157 




1 041 402 


1 IM 




2 


785 




25 685 


25 685 


29 961 


2 785 


25 tee 


25 • 


29 961 




7 


575 




21 747 


21 


26 331 


7 575 


. 


21 747 


26 331 




2 


568 




19 283 


19 283 


i73 


2 568 


19 283 


19 263 






5 


414 




42 301 


42 301 


48 779 


5 - - 


-2 3C1 


J01 


48 779 






167 




2 150 


2 150 


2 461 


167 


2 150 


2 130 


2 461 




513 


975 


8 


832 007 


8 784 336 


9 393 674 


513 975 


8 832 007 


8 764 336 


9 393 674 


112401 


5 CORDIALS* LIQUEURS, KIRSCHKASSER, AMD RATAFIA 






IPF6J 






52 


805 




198 159 


198 375 


199 213 


52 805 


198 159 


196 375 


199 213 




255 


807 


1 


275 909 


1 273 890 


1 298 178 


255 807 


1 275 909, 


1 273 890 


1 296 176 




1 


206 




22 104 


22 104 


22 897 


1 206 


22 1C4 


22 


22 697 




55 


e26 




610 567 


610 567 


619 031 


55 826 


610 567 


610 567 


619 031 




7 


224 




140 729 


140 729 


146 847 


7 224 


140 729 


140 729 


146 847 




49 


828 




812 968 


812 552 


872 512 


*9 828 


812 968 


812 552 


672 512 




2 


443 




35 418 


35 418 


39 008 


2 -- 


35 418 


35 418 


39 006 




12 


600 




93 959 


93 959 


104 341 


12 600 


93 959 


93 939 


104 341 




135 


198 


2 


826 453 


2 825 544 


2 984 919 


135 198 


2 826 -f; 


2 82? 


2 964 919 




3 


015 




81 532 


81 532 


85 304 


3 015 


ei 532 


81 532 


65 304 






833 




8 352 


8 352 


9 058 


833 


8 352 


e 352 


9 056 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-39 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 





1 


836 




16 


520 




16 


520 


18 


797 


1 


836 




16 


520 


16 520 


18 797 




164 


518 


1 


666 


868 


1 


666 


870 


1 839 


764 


164 


518 


1 


666 


868 


1 666 870 


1 839 764 




12 


393 




128 


427 




128 


427 


140 


686 


12 


393 




126 


427 


128 427 


140 686 




2 


587 




14 


691 




14 


691 


16 


897 


2 


587 




14 


691 


14 691 


16 897 




11 


940 




1?9 


215 




129 


215 


160 


357 


11 


940 




129 


215 


129 215 


160 357 




2 


660 




14 


229 




13 


229 


15 


837 


2 


660 




14 


229 


13 229 


15 837 




772 


719 


8 


076 


100 


8 


071 


974 


8 573 


646 


772 


719 


8 


076 


100 


8 071 974 


8 573 646 


1124025 


SIN 






























(PPG) 






2 


314 




15 


582 




15 


582 


16 


444 


2 


314 




15 


582 


15 582 


16 444 




268 


238 


1 


887 


307 


1 


887 


402 


2 089 


825 


268 


238 


1 


887 


307 


1 887 402 


2 089 825 




6 


126 




30 


827 




30 


827 


36 


445 


6 


126 




30 


827 


30 827 


36 445 






720 




5 


014 




5 


014 


6 


285 




720 




5 


014 


5 014 


6 285 






409 




4 


245 




4 


245 


4 


632 




409 




4 


245 


4 245 


4 632 




277 


807 


1 


942 


975 


1 


943 


070 


2 153 


631 


277 


807 


1 


942 


975 


1 943 070 


2 153 631 


112*035 


RUM 






























(PFG) 






3 


594 




21 


912 




21 


912 


21 


912 


3 


594 




21 


912 


21 912 


21 912 




1 


800 




9 


000 




9 


000 


9 


950 


1 


800 




9 


000 


9 000 


9 950 




67 


070 




?34 


685 




234 


685 


260 


774 


67 


070 




234 


685 


234 665 


260 774 






533 




5 


650 




5 


650 


6 


060 




533 




5 


650 


5 650 


6 060 


DOM REP 


5 


482 




5 


151 




5 


151 


8 


363 


5 


482 




5 


151 


5 151 


8 363 




2 


167 




13 


496 




13 


496 


15 


617 


2 


167 




13 


496 


13 496 


15 617 


TOTAL , 


80 


646 




289 


89l» 




?89 


894 


322 


676 


80 


646 




289 


894 


289 894 


322 676 


1124038 


WHISKEY, SCOTCH i 


\N0 IRISH 






















(PFG) 






3 941 


972 


30 


76? 


575 


30 


763 


908 


33 537 


332 


3 941 


972 


30 


762 


575 


30 763 908 


33 537 332 




31 


969 




?80 


715 




280 


715 


295 


464 


31 


969 




280 


715 


280 715 


295 464 




3 973 


941 


31 


043 


290 


31 


044 


6?3 


33 832 


796 


3 973 


941 


31 


043 


290 


31 044 623 


33 832 796 


1124042 


WHISKEY, EXCEPT 


5C0TCH AND 


IRISH 


















(PFS) 






3 842 


512 


23 


794 


706 


23 


920 


162 


23 961 


851 


3 842 


512 


23 


794 


706 


23 920 162 


23 961 851 




1 


896 




11 


606 




11 


606 


15 


752 


1 


896 




11 


606 


11 606 


15 752 




3 844 


408 


23 


806 


312 


23 


931 


768 


23 977 


603 


3 844 


408 


23 


806 


312 


23 931 768 


23 977 603 


1124045 


AQUAVIT, ARRACK, 


BITTERS, 


TEQUILA, SPIRITS 


& PREPARATIONS, 


IMITATIONS OF 


BRANDY AND WINE 


(PFG) 






6 


925 




30 


849 




30 


849 


32 


807 


6 


925 




30 


849 


30 849 


32 807 




561 


805 


1 


?9l 


005 


1 


291 


006 


1 297 


971 


561 


805 


1 


291 


005 


1 291 006 


1 297 971 




4 


716 




21 


037 




21 


037 


25 


226 


4 


716 




21 


037 


21 037 


25 226 




3 


137 




33 


146 




33 


159 


36 


479 


3 


137 




33 


146 


33 159 


36 479 




2 


631 




10 


788 




10 


788 


12 


600 


2 


631 




10 


788 


10 768 


12 600 




1 


389 




12 


581 




12 


581 


15 


235 


1 


389 




12 


581 


12 581 


15 235 






480 




11 


680 




11 


680 


12 


483 




480 




11 


680 


11 660 


12 463 




23 


668 




81 


285 




81 


285 


94 


314 


23 


668 




81 


285 


81 265 


94 314 




18 


154 




10? 


359 




102 


359 


124 


006 


18 


154 




102 


359 


102 359 


124 006 




24 


852 




150 


650 




150 


650 


160 


326 


24 


852 




150 


650 


150 650 


160 326 




2 


373 




9 


980 




9 


980 


11 


753 


2 


373 




9 


980 


9 980 


11 753 




25 


064 




56 


932 




59 


815 


77 


293 


25 


064 




56 


932 


59 815 


77 293 






171 




6 


697 




6 


697 


7 


376 




171 




6 


697 


6 697 


7 376 




1 


213 




7 


703 




7 


703 


8 


634 


1 


213 




7 


703 


7 703 


8 634 




676 


578 


1 


826 


692 


1 


829 


589 


1 916 


505 


676 


578 


1 


826 


692 


1 829 589 


1 916 505 


1213055 


TOBACCO, SCRAP 


























(LB) 






997 


375 


1 


520 


270 


1 


520 


270 


1 520 


270 


997 


375 


1 


520 


270 


1 520 270 


1 520 270 




677 


222 




564 


082 




554 


082 


570 


656 


677 


222 




564 


082 


554 082 


570 656 




178 


155 




?10 


312 




210 


312 


217 


459 


178 


155 




210 


312 


210 312 


217 459 




16 


019 




11 


016 




11 


016 


U 


836 


16 


019 




11 


016 


11 016 


11 838 




14 


500 




5 


800 




5 


800 


9 


640 


14 


500 




5 


800 


5 600 


9 640 




724 


176 




537 


666 




537 


665 


618 


440 


724 


176 




537 


666 


537 665 


618 440 




81 


451 




24 


754 




24 


754 


28 


598 


81 


451 




24 


754 


24 754 


26 596 




369 


665 




329 


773 




329 


773 


358 


810 


369 


665 




329 


773 


329 773 


356 810 




111 


046 




47 


852 




47 


852 


58 


350 


111 


046 




47 


852 


47 852 


58 350 




364 


898 




174 


363 




174 


363 


204 


741 


364 


898 




174 


363 


174 363 


204 741 




9 


054 




6 


817 




6 


817 


6 


605 


9 


054 




6 


817 


6 817 


8 605 




703 


127 




399 


742 




399 


792 


445 


095 


703 


127 




399 


742 


399 792 


445 095 




220 


459 




32 


500 




32 


500 


48 


423 


220 


459 




32 


500 


32 500 


48 423 




1 202 


164 




825 


051 




825 


051 


918 


456 


1 202 


164 




625 


051 


825 051 


916 456 




385 


444 




253 


269 




253 


269 


297 


189 


385 


444 




253 


269 


253 269 


297 189 




809 


434 




241 


683 




241 


683 


337 


806 


809 


434 




241 


683 


241 663 


337 806 




1 783 


319 




842 


374 




642 


374 


1 016 


026 


1 783 


319 




842 


374 


842 374 


1 016 026 




487 


305 




767 


018 




767 


018 


609 


333 


487 


305 




767 


018 


767 018 


809 333 




134 


550 




103 


377 




103 


377 


171 


546 


134 


550 




103 


377 


103 377 


171 546 




4 


582 




1 


033 




1 


033 


1 


174 


4 


582 




1 


033 


1 033 


1 174 




9 273 


945 


6 


898 


752 


6 


888 


601 


7 652 


455 


9 273 


945 


6 


698 


752 


6 866 801 


7 652 455 


1214010 


TOBACCO, WRAPPER 


























(LB) 






11 


206 




56 


031 




56 


031 


56 


619 


11 


206 




56 


031 


56 031 


56 619 




8 


071 




20 


769 




20 


769 


21 


229 


8 


071 




20 


769 


20 769 


21 229 



2-40 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" (or information on cowrage. dm of importation, definitions of Customs. t.e4 . end c. f values, wuron ol erroi in the data OTH CTY (othai tcwnttnij. and other definitions and teatuiea 
of the import statistics Shipments valued las than S2S! are shown only under Schedule A commodity numbai 990 0000 and etriudad from all othei commod t«t I 







Schedule A coanodi ty nuaber, description 


and unit of quantity 








Currrnl monlh 


( umu. 


Country 
of 


Net 
quant 1 ty 


Value (dollars) 


quant l ty 




origin 


Cuatoa* 


P. a. a. 


C. l ' 













60 316 




151 


811 




151 


811 


161 


866 




60 


316 


154 


6H 


154 844 


161 666 






7 131 




93 


705 




93 


705 


95 


177 




7 


"31 


93 


70S 


93 703 


95 177 






159 






911 






911 


1 


021 






159 




9H 


914 


1 024 






87 183 




326 


263 




326 


263 


336 


115 




87 


163 


326 


263 


326 263 


336 115 


1211030 


TOBACCO, CIGARETTE LEAF 






















(LSI 








177 602 




201 


HI 




201 


HI 


201 


HI 




177 


602 


204 




20- 


204 141 






11 116 




16 


009 




16 


009 


20 


571 




-- 


116 


16 


009 


16 009 


20 371 






10 805 




18 


259 




18 


259 


19 


271 




10 


60S 


-6 


239 


46 239 


49 274 




1 


313 716 


1 


073 


202 


1 


073 


202 


1 177 


266 


1 


313 


748 


1 073 


202 


1 073 202 


1 1" 




2 


186 306 


3 


501 


895 


3 


501 


895 


3 615 


911 


2 


166 


306 


3 501 


893 


3 301 693 


3 615 941 




23 


211 699 


32 


253 


621 


32 


?53 


621 


33 301 


716 


23 




699 


32 253 


624 


ii 21: 


33 301 716 






879 203 


1 


515 


155 


1 


515 


155 


1 571 


903 




879 


203 


1 513 


435 


1 SlS 433 


1 57- • 


THA1LN0 




182 9o8 




3?5 


329 




325 


329 


381 


718 






9 6 


3?5 


329 


323 329 


381 7i8 






601 311 




109 


693 




309 


693 


350 


086 




601 


314 


309 


693 


309 6V3 


350 066 


REP SAF 




178 195 




178 


751 




178 


75 1 


1«2 


H5 




178 


495 


ITI 


731 


176 751 


192 143 






11 16" 




5 


193 




5 


193 


7 


070 




11 




5 




3 . 


7 070 


TOTAL 


29 


157 660 


39 


«3l 


551 


39 


131 


55l 


10 871 


833 


29 


157 


660 


39 431 




39 431 331 


40 674 633 


1214040 


TOBACCO, FILLER, 


INCLUDING 


CIGAR LEAF, NOT 


- m 


NSPF 












(LSI 






2 


086 119 


1 


382 


750 


1 


382 


750 


1 176 


160 


2 


086 


119 


1 362 


730 


1 362 750 


1 476 160 






119 481 




8? 


758 




82 


758 


87 


595 




119 


664 


82 


738 


82 7S6 


67 593 






17 108 




19 


511 




19 


511 


20 


777 




17 


106 


19 




1« 


20 777 


00M REP 


2 


100 516 


1 


151 


213 


1 


151 


213 


1 211 


911 


2 


100 


Sl6 








1 2"- •• ■ 






187 312 




515 


823 




515 


823 


581 


073 




187 


342 




623 


343 623 


36: 


PARAGUA 




217 616 




133 


275 




133 


275 


153 


839 




217 


' |4 


133 


273 


133 273 


133 639 






369 158 




117 


211 




117 


2H 


1*1 


6M 




369 


158 


117 


214 


117 214 


147 654 






11 951 




17 


982 




17 


982 


20 


803 




14 


954 




982 


*B2 


20 603 






116 210 




M 


361 




51 


361 


59 


883 




116 


240 


54 


364 


5« 364 


39 663 




5 


558 767 


3 


501 


950 


3 


501 


950 


3 792 


725 


» 


356 


767 


3 504 


930 


3 304 950 


3 792 7?5 


1211050 


TOBACCO, FILLER, 


INCLUDING 


CIGAR LEAF, STEMMED* NSPF 












(LSI 








1 166 




7 


253 




7 


218 


7 


193 




4 


166 


7 


233 


7 246 


7 -93 






11 150 




8? 


109 




82 


109 


85 


367 




1] 


150 


62 


109 


62 109 


85 367 






29 562 




31 


695 




31 


695 


35 


353 




29 


562 


34 


6«3 


34 695 


35 353 






57 389 




127 


731 




127 


731 


131 


957 




57 


369 


127 


734 


127 73- 


131 957 






5 952 




11 


190 




11 


190 


11 


77, 




5 


952 


11 


190 


It 190 


11 774 






78 




1 


192 




1 


192 


1 


557 






76 


1 




; -v? 


1 337 






138 297 




261 


173 




26*" 


168 


273 


501 




136 


297 


264 


47J 


264 466 


273 301 


1211060 


TOBACCO, LEAF, PRODUCT OF 


TtJO OR MORE COUNTRIES »mEN MIXED OR 


PACKEO TOGETHER S T06 STEMS (LB) 








226 271 




9 


521 




9 


521 


9 


521 




226 


274 


9 


521 


9 521 


9 321 






102 328 




8 


715 




8 


785 


13 


821 




102 


326 


8 


743 


6 785 


13 621 






91 191 




37 


796 




37 


796 


«3 


355 




94 


491 


37 


796 


37 7V6 


45 353 




1 


211 131 




39 


221 




39 


221 


11 


329 


1 


2H 


»3- 


39 


221 


39 221 


44 329 






155 755 




9 


523 




9 


523 


13 


365 




155 


755 


9 


323 


9 523 


13 365 




1 


820 282 




101 


806 




101 


816 


126 


391 


1 


820 


262 


104 


606 


104 646 


126 391 


1221000 


CIGARS AND 


CHEROOTS 
























(NO) 








562 397 




151 


099 




151 


099 


168 


333 




S6J 


397 


154 


099 


134 099 


166 333 




1 


299 795 




256 


031 




251 


111 


259 


155 


1 


299 


795 


256 


031 


234 411 


259 155 




1 


061 352 




175 


355 




175 


355 


179 


167 


1 


}M 


352 


175 


355 


175 335 


179 467 






112 925 




18 


076 




18 


076 


18 


859 




112 


925 


16 


076 


16 076 


16 659 




1 


056 100 




116 


561 




116 


561 




069 


1 


056 


400 




564 


446 364 


460 069 






61 000 




25 


601 




25 


601 


26 


■.?- 




61 


000 


25 


601 


25 601 


26 434 






751 325 




226 


069 




226 


069 


230 


916 




754 


325 


226 


069 


226 069 


230 *16 






207 200 




8 


927 




8 


926 


9 


979 




207 


200 


6 


927 


6 926 


9 97* 






931 200 




100 


653 




100 


651 


109 


317 




931 


200 


100 


653 


100 634 


109 J-7 






65 710 




9 


535 




9 


535 


10 


521 




65 


740 


9 


535 


9 335 


10 524 






300 500 




123 


178 




125 


315 


136 


171 




300 


500 


123 


176 


125 345 


136 171 






51 100 




5 


298 




5 


298 


6 


116 




5i 


100 


5 


298 


5 296 


6 116 




1 


780 995 




309 


713 




309 


713 


332 


197 


1 


780 


995 


309 


713 


309 713 


332 497 






21 000 






981 






981 


1 


001 




21 


000 




984 


984 


1 004 




e 


271 929 


1 


860 


083 


1 


860 


630 


1 918 


871 


8 


271 


929 


1 660 


063 


1 660 630 


1 946 871 


1222000 


CIGARETTES 




























(NO) 






17 


315 000 




112 


381 




112 


566 


115 


573 


17 


315 


000 


H2 


384 


142 566 


145 573 




99 


311 000 




952 


517 




932 


610 


1 039 


173 


99 


3H 


000 


952 


547 


932 610 


1 039 173 




1 


960 000 




19 


815 




19 


815 


21 


162 


1 


960 


000 


19 


eis 


19 815 


21 462 




1 


050 000 




22 


665 




22 


665 


21 


069 


1 


050 


000 


22 


665 


22 665 


24 069 




1 


155 960 




15 


732 




15 


732 


16 


605 


1 


155 


960 


15 


732 


15 732 


16 605 




120 


821 960 


1 


153 


113 


1 


133 


388 


1 216 


882 


120 


821 


960 


1 153 


113 


1 133 388 


1 246 682 


1223000 


TOBACCO, MANUFACTURED OR NOT MANUFACTURED, 


AND SNUFF AND 


SNUFF FLOUR 






(LB) 








67 911 




170 


198 




170 


198 


178 


882 




67 


911 


170 


198 


170 496 


178 882 






151 313 




289 


616 




289 


616 


307 


308 




151 


313 


289 


616 


289 616 


307 308 






12 071 




72 


605 




72 


605 


75 


670 




12 


071 


72 


605 


72 605 


75 670 






26 101 




87 


961 




87 


961 


93 


371 




26 


101 


87 


961 


87 964 


93 371 






1 083 




7 


899 




8 


635 


9 


556 




1 


083 


7 


699 


8 635 


9 536 






258 515 




628 


582 




629 


318 


661 


787 




256 


515 


628 


582 


629 318 


664 767 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2.-41 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current mouth 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2111010 



HIDES, BUFFALO, RAW OR CURED 



(PC) 



CANADA 

THAILND 

TOTAL 

2111025 

CANADA 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2111030 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

TOTAL 

2111045 

SWEDEN 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

2112000 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2114000 

HAITI 

PERU 

FR GERM 

IRAN 

AFGHAN 

INDNSIA 

ETHIOP 

TOTAL 

2116000 

FRANCE 

MALAYSA 

AUSTRAL 

NIGERIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2117020 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2117050 

U KING 

FRANCE 

IRAN 

AFGHAN 

INDNSIA 

N ZEAL 

SUDAN 

NIGERIA 

REP SAF 

NAMIBIA 

TOTAL 

2117060 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

IRAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2119920 

F GUIAN 

PARAGUA 

THAILND 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



803 
2 159 
2 962 



30 397 
67 400 
97 797 



30 482 
67 400 
97 882 



30 482 

70 860 

101 342 



HIDES, CATTLE, WHOLE AND PIECES, RAW OR CURED 



1 608 906 

71 068 

1 679 974 



990 445 

51 676 

042 121 



002 783 

51 676 

054 459 



989 288 

56 152 

1 045 440 



HIDES, HORSE, COLT, ASS AND MULE, WHOLE, RAW OR CURED 



2 500 
858 

3 358 



31 250 
22 640 
53 890 



32 137 
22 640 
54 777 



32 137 
25 168 

57 305 



803 
2 159 
2 962 



1 608 906 

71 068 

1 679 974 



2 500 
858 

3 358 



HIDES, HORSE, COLT, ASS AND MULE, EXCEPT WHOLE, RAW OR CURED 



1 000 

3 435 

4 435 



24 780 

95 103 

119 883 



24 780 

95 103 

119 883 



HIDES, CALF AND KIP, WHOLE, RAW OR CURED 



22 002 

150 

22 152 



72 795 
4 980 

77 775 



73 679 

4 980 

78 659 



SKINS, GOAT AND KID, RAW OR CURED 



58 510 
10 752 

3 000 

59 052 
36 000 
29 100 

156 000 
352 414 



84 238 

34 091 

14 030 

268 453 

107 518 

136 335 

417 853 

062 518 



84 238 
34 091 
14 030 
268 453 
107 518 
136 335 
417 853 
062 518 



27 900 
103 705 
131 605 



73 679 

5 224 

78 903 



87 572 

35 346 

14 647 

276 792 

117 585 

142 430 

435 939 

1 110 311 



1 000 

3 435 

4 435 



22 002 

150 

22 152 



58 510 
10 752 

3 000 

59 052 
36 000 
29 loO 

156 OoO 
352 414 



SKINS, SHEEP AND LAMB, RAW OR CURED, NSPF, AND RAW WOOL ON THE SKIN 



35 190 

5 461 

30 066 

40 130 

741 

111 588 



35 190 

5 461 

30 066 

40 130 

741 

111 588 



38 435 

6 300 

35 965 

41 740 

741 

123 181 



SKINS, HAIR SHEEP AND CABRETTA, RAW OR CURED 



8 670 
8 670 



57 363 
57 363 



57 363 
57 363 



66 376 
66 376 



SKINS, SHEEP AND LAMB, NSPF, PICKLED, NOT SPLIT 



2 880 

82 170 

500 935 

60 960 

24 000 
524 696 

18 000 

25 812 
12 288 
10 920 

1 262 661 



13 524 

121 361 

911 911 

282 107 

114 352 

464 654 

85 470 

134 936 

59 970 

51 857 

240 142 



13 524 
121 361 
911 551 
282 107 
114 352 
464 654 

85 470 
134 936 

59 970 

51 857 
239 782 



SKINS, SHEEP AND LAMB, NSPF, PICKLED, SPLIT 



21 457 

2 484 

47 208 

84 407 

1 200 

156 756 



37 990 

8 225 

176 295 

127 607 

2 300 

352 417 



SKINS, REPTILE, RAW OR CURED 



2 000 
24 000 

7 OOC 

100 

33 100 



7 845 

109 985 

14 530 

2 377 

134 737 



37 990 

9 225 

176 295 

127 607 

2 300 

353 417 



7 845 

109 985 

14 530 

2 377 

134 737 



14 037 

132 536 

3 006 065 

299 325 

119 213 

1 556 138 

86 406 

137 434 

62 307 

53 783 

5 467 244 



40 107 

10 225 

189 758 

133 845 

2 385 

376 320 



11 576 

112 495 

15 630 

2 621 

142 522 



8 


670 


8 


670 


2 


880 


82 


170 


500 


935 


60 


960 


24 


000 


524 


696 


18 


000 


25 


812 


12 


288 


10 


920 


1 262 


661 


21 


457 


2 


484 


47 


208 


84 


4o7 


1 


200 


156 


756 


2 


000 


24 


000 


7 


000 




100 


33 


100 



30 


397 


67 


400 


97 


797 


990 


445 


51 


676 


1 042 


121 


31 


250 


22 


640 


53 


890 


24 


780 


95 


103 


119 


883 


72 


795 


4 


980 


77 


775 


84 


238 


34 


091 


14 


030 


268 


453 


107 


518 


136 


335 


417 


853 


1 062 


518 


35 


190 


5 


461 


30 


066 


40 


130 




741 


111 


588 


57 


363 


57 


363 


13 


524 


121 


361 


2 911 


911 


282 


107 


114 


352 


1 464 


654 


85 


470 


134 


936 


59 


970 


51 


857 


5 240 


142 


37 


990 


8 


225 


176 


295 


127 


607 


2 


300 


352 


417 


7 


845 


109 


985 


14 


530 


2 


377 


134 


737 



30 


462 


67 


400 


97 


882 


(LB) 




1 002 


783 


51 


676 


1 054 


459 


(PC 




32 


137 


22 


640 


54 


777 


(PC 




24 


760 


95 


103 


119 


883 


(PC 




73 


679 


4 


960 


78 


659 


(PC 




84 


238 


34 


091 


14 


030 


268 


453 


107 


518 


136 


335 


417 


653 


1 062 


518 


35 


190 


5 


461 


30 


066 


40 


130 




741 


HI 


568 


(PC 




57 


363 


57 


363 


(PC 




13 


524 


121 


361 


2 911 


551 


282 


107 


114 


352 


1 464 


654 


85 


470 


134 


936 


59 


970 


51 


857 


5 239 


782 


(LB 




37 


990 


9 


225 


176 


295 


127 


607 


2 


300 


353 


417 


(PC 




7 


845 


109 


985 


14 


530 


2 


377 


134 


737 



30 


482 


70 


860 


101 


342 


989 


288 


56 


152 


1 045 


440 


32 


137 


25 


168 


57 


305 


27 


900 


103 


705 


131 


605 


73 


679 


5 


224 


78 


903 


87 


572 


35 


346 


14 


647 


276 


792 


117 


585 


142 


430 


435 


939 


1 110 


311 


38 


435 


6 


300 


35 


965 


41 


740 




741 


123 


181 


66 


376 


66 


376 


14 


037 


132 


536 


3 006 


065 


299 


325 


119 


213 


1 556 


138 


86 


406 


137 


434 


62 


307 


53 


783 


5 467 


244 


40 


107 


10 


225 


189 


758 


133 


845 


2 


385 


376 


320 


11 


576 


112 


495 


15 


830 


2 


621 


142 


522 



2-42 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lot information on coverage date of importation, definitions of Customs, lu mt of .Hues, source of error «. the d«e. OTH C TV loth.. MM, ») o,h„ *..n.t.o« MMu. 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued Ira than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity numb.' 990 0000 end tidudod from all other coavmodxm 1 


■ 




Current mould 


' 




Country 


■., i 
quant l ty 


Value (dollare) 


quantity 


• r. I 


origin 


Cuotoau 




C.S.I. 


- 1 


_Z±J 



2119930 

CANADA 

PARAGUA 

TOTAL 

211991*0 

SWEDEN 

NORWAY 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

2119950 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

SWEDEN 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

2120100 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

NORWAY 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

IRELAND... . . 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

2120905 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

2120912 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2120915 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

NORWAY 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

POLAND 

TOTAL 

2120925 

ARGENT 

CHINA M 

TOTAL 

2120935 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2120942 

CANADA 

IRELAND 

FRANCE 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2120945 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2120955 

CANADA 

PERU 

ARGENT 



SKINS, CARPINCHO, WILD PIG AND HOG, RAW OR CURED 



(PC) 



183 047 

3 750 

186 797 



35 073 
33 125 
68 198 



SKINS, DEER, RAW OR CURED 



9 15« 

1 915 

6 383 

12 995 

30 447 



170 646 

39 720 

12 237 

54 954 

?77 557 



36 767 
33 125 
69 892 



170 646 

39 720 

12 237 

54 954 

277 557 



HIDES AND SKINS, NSPF, RAW OR CURED 



375 728 

9 *28 

99 417 

1 916 

486 989 



381 707 
9 928 

101 217 
1 916 

494 768 



36 767 
33 914 
7Q 681 



193 693 

46 702 

13 504 

58 709 

312 608 



381 763 

10 068 

114 322 

2 683 

SOI 3"- 



Furskins, mjnk, except Japanese mink, whole, raw or undressed 



157 929 

13 806 

6 000 

68 872 

99 534 

34 672 
527 



21 



344 
487 
000 
4Q9 171 



5 233 221 

421 186 

164 170 

2 095 226 

3 301 *"9 
933 149 

14 233 

662 "22 

21 565 

177 133 

13 023 754 



5 233 034 

421 186 

164 170 

2 095 226 

3 301 450 
934 149 

662 422 

21 565 

177 133 

13 024 568 



:• 



IW a] 

428 754 
165 717 
113 706 
337 528 

948 164 
14 784 

669 904 
il 778 

178 466 

122 201 



FuRSKINS, PERSIAN LAMB AND CARACUL, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSED 



20 
20 



542 
542 



542 
542 



601 
601 



183 047 


35 


073 


36 767 


36 


767 




3 750 


33 


125 


33 125 


33 


V14 




186 797 


68 


198 


69 892 
(PC) 


70 


681 




9 15« 


170 


6«6 


170 646 


193 


693 




1 915 


39 


720 


39 720 


46 


702 




6 383 


12 




12 237 


13 


504 




12 995 


M 


954 


54 954 


58 


709 




30 -.-~ 


277 


557 


277 *37 


312 


608 






375 


728 


381 707 


381 


763 




. 


9 


928 


9 928 


10 


068 




. 


99 


417 


101 217 


114 


322 




. 


1 


916 


1 916 


2 


683 






486 


989 


494 768 
(MO) 


508 


836 




157 929 


5 233 


- 


5 233 034 


5 243 


400 




13 806 


421 


186 


421 186 


428 


734 




6 000 


164 


170 


164 170 


165 


717 




68 872 


2 093 


226 


2 095 226 


2 113 


706 




■3« 


3 301 




i 301 450 


3 337 


528 




•- '.72 


9^3 




934 149 


948 


164 




527 


14 




14 233 


14 


'84 




21 344 


662 


422 


662 422 


669 


904 




>-87 


21 


565 


II 565 


21 


778 




6 000 


177 


133 


177 133 


178 


466 




409 171 


13 023 


754 


. 1 024 568 
(MO) 


13 122 


201 




20 




542 


542 




601 




20 




542 


5*2 




601 





FuRSKINS, 


BEAVER, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSEO 














IMO) 






2 206 


46 294 46 


46 


534 


2 


206 


16 


294 


46 314 


46 


334 


2 206 


46 294 46 314 


46 




2 


206 




294 


46 314 


46 


534 


FuRS*INS> 


FOX, EXCEPT SILVER, BLACK OR PLATINUM, WHOLE, 


RAW OR UNDRESSED 






(NO) 






2 580 


232 567 231 6«5 


232 


619 


2 


580 


232 


567 


231 643 


232 


619 


156 


14 497 14 497 


.- 


993 




156 


14 


497 


14 497 


14 


993 


8 233 


832 974 832 974 


e«7 


079 


8 


233 


632 


974 


832 974 


847 


079 


10 265 


1 141 645 1 141 645 


1 162 


477 


10 


265 


. 




1 141 645 


1 162 


477 


821 


87 312 87 312 


91 


282 




821 


87 




67 312 


91 


282 


1 890 


189 694 169 694 


191 


571 


1 


B9C 


189 


694 


189 694 


191 


371 


23 945 


2 498 689 2 497 767 


2 540 


021 


i.1 


9*5 


2 498 


689 


2 497 767 


2 340 


021 


FURSKINS, 


HARE, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSED 














(NO) 






421 838 


169 018 169 008 


184 


867 


•21 


838 


169 


018 


169 006 


184 


667 


260 000 


33 625 33 625 


35 


371 


260 


000 


33 


625 


33 625 


33 


371 


681 838 


202 643 202 633 


220 


238 


681 


838 


202 


643 


202 633 


220 


236 


FuRSKINS, 


OTTER, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSED 














(MO) 






29 


3 869 3 871 


3 


876 




29 


3 


669 


3 871 


3 


876 


29 


3 869 3 871 


3 


876 




2« 


3 


869 


3 871 


3 


676 


FuRSKINS, 


RABBIT, WHOLE, RAD OR UNDRESSED 














(LB) 






19 145 


18 728 18 928 


18 


928 


19 


145 


18 


728 


18 926 


16 


528 


3 053 


7 359 7 359 


7 


732 


3 


053 


7 


359 


7 359 


7 


732 


295 107 


447 410 447 410 


467 


184 


295 


107 


447 


410 


447 410 


467 


164 


19 139 


22 926 22 926 


26 


186 


19 


139 


22 


926 


22 926 


26 


186 


336 444 


496 423 496 623 


520 


030 


336 


... 


496 


-J3 


496 623 


520 


:30 


FURSKINS, 


SABLE, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSED 














(NO) 






457 


12 374 12 374 


12 


415 




457 


12 


374 


12 374 


12 


-15 


457 


12 374 12 374 


12 


415 




457 


12 


374 


12 374 


12 


415 


FuRSKINS, 


NSPF, WHOLE, RAW OR UNDRESSED 




















- 


767 468 766 938 


769 


264 




_ 


767 


468 


766 939 


769 


i»» 


- 


7 442 7 442 


8 


094 




- 


7 


442 


7 442 


8 


:■-- 




9 180 9 180 


9 


365 






9 


180 


9 180 


9 


itt 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-43 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries}, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



PAKISTN 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2120960 

CANADA 

FRANCE 

FR 6ERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2221000 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2234000 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2240000 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

6UATMAL 

SALVADR 

HONOUR A 

NICARAS 

CHILE 

NETHLDS 

ROMANIA 

TURKEY 

CHINA M 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2320100 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

LIBERIA 

TOTAL 

2320410 

SURINAM 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2320430 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

TOTAL 

2320450 

BRAZIL 

SRI LKA 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

CAMROON 

LIBERIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2320460 

GUATMAL 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 



15 400 

72 000 

32 127 

541 830 

1 215 

1 446 662 



15 400 
72 000 
32 127 

541 830 
1 215 

446 132 



16 771 

73 540 

35 474 

557 287 

1 242 

1 471 037 



15 400 

72 000 

32 127 

541 830 

1 215 

446 662 



FURSKIN PAWS. TAILS, ETC., MARTEN FURSKINS* WHOLE, RAW; CASHMERE GOAT HAIR ON THE SKIN 



353 705 

11 856 

194 139 

4 560 

564 260 



PEANUTS OR GROUNDNUTS 



22 541 

28 180 

6 877 

57 598 



18 322 

23 284 

4 983 

46 589 



flaxseed or linseed 



9 876 976 
9 876 976 



831 529 
831 529 



353 731 

11 856 

194 139 

4 560 

564 286 



18 322 

23 284 

4 990 

46 596 



855 716 
855 716 



OIL SEEDS, OIL NUTS ANO OIL KERNELS, NSPF 



817 365 

582 151 

230 040 

74 554 

46 400 

302 504 

18 787 

9 623 

15 180 
17 691 

16 422 
5 298 

13 299 

13 936 

8 196 

171 446 



RUBBER, MILK OR LATEX 



1 926 901 

2 837 154 
4 055 657 
8 819 712 



1 072 224 

1 479 553 

2 080 210 
4 631 987 



844 620 

582 151 

229 640 

74 554 

46 400 

300 202 

18 787 

9 623 

15 180 
17 691 

16 422 
5 298 

13 299 

13 936 

8 196 

195 999 



1 072 214 

1 479 553 

2 080 209 
4 631 976 



rubber, natural, gutta balata 



24 943 
35 273 
60 216 



27 437 
38 800 
66 237 



27 437 
38 800 
66 237 



Rubber, natural, jelutong or pontianak 



308 058 
173 503 
481 561 



234 414 
238 467 
472 881 



234 414 
238 467 
472 881 



Rubber, natural, nspf, dry form 



31 526 

1 214 293 

10 30<» 027 

44 224 390 

9 236 957 

81 064 409 

235 892 

35 274 

7 995 595 

2 205 

154 344 568 



15 763 
586 844 

5 117 632 
22 652 215 

5 005 262 

38 401 857 

103 Oil 

16 843 
4 189 884 

1 010 
76 090 321 



15 763 
586 844 

5 117 632 
22 647 311 

4 556 276 

38 729 209 

103 Oil 

16 843 
4 189 884 

1 010 
75 963 783 



CHICLE. CRUDE OR MANUFACTURED 



354 351 

12 052 

197 396 

4 668 

568 467 



20 394 

26 082 

5 680 

52 156 



855 716 
855 716 



844 620 

582 151 

311 027 

82 395 

50 695 

321 889 

21 081 

10 866 

17 456 

21 686 

19 111 

5 937 

17 085 

19 936 

10 248 

336 183 



1 194 237 

1 661 524 

2 248 858 
5 104 619 



29 438 
41 655 
71 093 



246 799 
252 823 
499 622 



17 886 
655 978 

5 469 966 
24 065 841 

4 840 314 
926 969 
115 669 

18 842 
4 525 540 

1 122 
81 638 127 



41 



22 541 

28 180 

6 877 

57 598 



9 876 976 
9 876 976 



1 926 901 

2 837 154 
4 055 657 
8 819 712 



24 943 
35 273 
60 216 



308 058 
173 503 
481 561 



1 
10 



81 



44 115 
41 336 
85 451 



79 407 
12 469 
91 876 



79 407 
12 469 
91 876 



80 721 
17 143 
97 864 



31 526 

214 293 

304 027 

44 224 390 

9 236 957 

064 409 

235 892 

35 274 

7 995 595 

2 205 

154 344 568 



44 115 
41 336 
85 451 



353 705 

11 856 

194 139 

4 560 

564 260 



18 322 

23 284 

4 983 

46 589 



831 529 
831 529 



817 365 

582 151 

230 040 

74 554 

46 400 

302 504 

18 787 

9 623 

15 180 
17 691 

16 422 
5 298 

13 299 

13 936 

8 196 

171 446 



1 072 224 

1 479 553 

2 060 210 
4 631 987 



27 437 
38 800 
66 237 



234 414 
238 467 
472 881 



15 763 
586 844 

5 117 632 
22 652 215 

5 005 262 

38 401 857 

103 Oil 

16 843 
4 189 884 

1 010 
76 090 321 



79 407 
12 469 
91 876 



15 400 

72 000 

32 127 

541 830 

1 215 

446 132 



353 731 

11 856 

194 139 

4 560 

564 286 

(LB) 

18 322 

23 284 

4 990 

46 596 

(LB) 

855 716 
855 716 



844 620 

1 582 151 

1 229 640 

74 554 

46 400 

300 202 

18 787 

9 623 

15 180 
17 691 

16 422 
5 298 

13 299 

13 936 

8 196 

4 195 999 

(CLB) 

1 072 214 

1 479 553 

2 080 209 
4 631 976 

(LB) 

27 437 
38 800 
66 237 

(LB) 

234 414 
238 467 
472 881 

(LB) 



15 763 
586 844 

5 117 632 

22 647 311 

4 556 276 

38 729 209 

103 Oil 

16 843 
4 189 884 

1 010 

75 963 783 

(LB) 

79 407 
12 469 
91 876 



16 771 

73 540 

35 474 

557 287 

1 242 

1 471 037 



354 351 

12 052 

197 396 

4 668 

568 467 



20 394 

26 082 

5 680 

52 156 



855 716 
855 716 



844 620 

1 582 151 

1 311 027 

82 395 

50 695 

321 889 

21 081 

10 866 

17 456 

21 686 

19 111 

5 937 

17 085 

19 936 

10 248 

4 336 183 



1 194 237 

1 661 524 

2 248 858 
5 104 619 



29 438 
41 655 
71 093 



246 799 
252 823 
499 622 



17 886 
655 978 

5 469 966 
24 065 841 

4 840 314 

41 926 969 

115 669 

18 842 
4 525 540 

1 122 
81 638 127 



80 721 
17 143 
97 864 



2-44 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Statittto" lor information on cover.*. Oat. of .mpomiiofl. d.fm.foni ol Cuitorm. f.u.. and c t y.oei. tourc« ot «n>r.n , tattl. OTM CTY l«Ht — — fjw6* to *(.-.«« end •»>«. 
of the import statistics. Shipmenn valued Its than $251 ire shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 end eluded (ram HI oOw com mod r ut I 



Schedule A coaeiodlty nuaber, dencrlption and unit of quantity 





l iirrenl montli 


lumublKc J»nujl» lu ■Ijlr 


Count ry 
of 

ori^i n 


quant l ty 


Value (dollara) 


qua- ■ 


idollara) 


Custoas 


P. a. a. 


C. i 


1 '. •«• 


l . . 





2331100 

CANADA 

U KINS 

NETHLDS 

TOTAL 

2331500 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

2331710 

CANADA 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

2331720 

CANADA 

JAPAN 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

2331730 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

2331740 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

2331760 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

ROMANIA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2331770 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

2332000 

CANADA 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

2440120 

PORTUGL 

TOTAL 

2440140 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

TOTAL 



RUBBER, SYNTHETIC. STYRENE-BUTADIENE LATEX 



(LB) 



2 730 595 
1 084 183 

171 961 

3 986 739 



1 014 705 

416 906 

79 113 

1 510 724 



954 079 

416 906 

79 113 

1 450 098 



rubber, synthetic, styrene-butaoiene nspf 



5 314 274 
315 842 

63 592 

264 553 

674 892 

2 895 

6 636 048 



1 803 611 
119 765 

24 317 

126 509 

275 562 

2 350 

2 352 114 



Rubber, synthetic, butyl 



844 227 
367 750 
112 804 
324 781 



2 409 1?9 

237 874 

90 861 

2 737 894 



rubber, synthetic, nitrile 



1 662 267 

74 618 

2 939 

1 739 844 



1 005 419 

43 069 

1 979 

1 050 463 



1 927 910 

68 920 

24 317 

126 509 

275 562 

2 350 

2 425 166 



2 528 909 

178 340 

90 861 

2 797 706 



089 973 

26 387 

1 967 

118 327 



Rubber, synthetic, polybutadiene 



738 646 
128 294 
36 983 
736 956 
640 879 



500 286 

66 946 

21 929 

290 731 

879 894 



1 599 428 

58 374 

21 929 

1 827 072 

3 506 803 



1 023 730 

Ml <-- 

89 991 

1 956 929 



617 996 
97 609 
26 666 

309 406 

2 914 

399 996 



2 410 466 

236 653 

96 968 

1H 309 



1 006 979 

»7 496 

2 004 

1 096 075 



63 209 

364 660 
956 067 



rubber, synthetic, polychloroprene 



238 098 

53 462 

291 560 



190 052 

24 881 

214 933 



137 982 

24 681 

162 863 



rubber, synthetic, polyisoprene 



40 058 

134 679 

316 790 

5 150 529 

1 544 046 

6 819 

7 194 921 



12 359 

77 029 

103 370 

1 906 480 
763 766 

4 134 

2 867 138 



11 801 

77 029 

103 370 

1 906 480 
729 949 

4 134 

2 832 763 



148 933 
28 012 

176 945 



12 619 

83 131 

118 037 

084 279 

850 532 

4 681 

153 279 



2 730 595 
1 064 183 

171 961 

3 966 739 



5 314 274 
319 642 

63 592 
264 593 

674 692 
2 699 

6 636 046 



4 644 227 
367 750 
112 604 

5 324 •'81 



1 662 267 

74 616 

2 939 

1 739 644 



3 736 646 

126 .- 

36 983 

9 736 956 

9 640 679 



236 096 
53 462 

291 560 



40 056 
134 679 
318 790 
150 529 
544 046 
6 8l9 
194 921 



1 014 705 
HI 

79 113 

1 510 724 



603 611 
119 765 
24 317 
126 509 
279 962 
2 390 
352 114 



• 199 
2V 



1 OC- 

43 069 

1 979 
1 05. 



1 900 266 

21 929 

2 290 731 



190 092 
24 661 

214 933 



12 399 

77 029 

. 3 370 

I 460 

763 766 

4 134 

2 667 136 



Rubber, synthetic, nspf, not containing fillers, pigments, or rubber-processing cme»: 



10 794 

81 614 

39 436 

54 369 

92 042 

278 255 



45 420 

16 231 

23 457 

39 469 

35 411 

159 988 



52 400 

16 231 

23 457 

33 653 

35 184 

160 925 



45 420 

20 484 

25 081 

36 962 

40 422 

168 369 



10 794 
81 614 
39 436 
54 369 
-i -i 
276 255 



Rubber, reclaimed, and haste and scrap rubber for remanufacture 



104 950 
75 877 
291 007 
285 406 
757 240 



7 415 

12 990 

62 978 

17 414 

100 797 



8 423 

12 990 

62 978 

17 414 

101 805 



8 423 

16 444 

74 158 

35 418 

134 443 



104 950 
75 877 
291 007 
285 406 
757 2<,o 



16 231 

23 457 

:'i -•-. 

35 411 

. ' -- v - - 



7 415 

12 990 

62 976 

17 414 

100 797 



CORK, NATURAL, NOT MANUFACTURED, AND CORK HASTE, SHAVINGS, AND REFUSE OF ALL KINDS 



2 561 075 

2 561 075 



148 417 
148 417 



CORK, GRANULATED OR GROUND 



27 558 
413 056 
440 614 



5 297 
61 918 
67 215 



148 417 
148 417 



5 297 
61 918 
67 215 



299 788 

299 786 



8 678 

95 954 

104 632 



2 561 075 

2 561 075 



27 558 
413 056 
440 614 



148 417 
148 417 



5 297 

61 918 
67 215 



1 


954 079 

416 906 

79 113 

450 096 

(LB) 


1 
1 


023 730 

447 204 

69 591 

596 525 


1 

< 


927 910 
66 520 

111 
Wt 509 
279 962 

'50 
429 166 

(LB) 


1 
2 


817 996 
97 605 
26 660 

145 807 

309 406 
i 51* 

399 996 


1 


926 909 

176 340 

90 661 

797 706 

(LB) 


2 

2 


410 •♦ee 

236 653 

96 V68 
746 309 


1 
1 


069 973 

26 367 

1 967 

116 327 

(LB) 


1 
1 


006 575 

2 004 

056 U75 


1 
J 


999 426 

96 374 

'29 
627 072 
906 603 

(LB) 


1 

2 

3 


504 716 

63 209 

23 500 

364 660 

956 067 




137 962 

24 661 

162 663 




146 933 

26 012 
176 949 




(LB) 








11 601 
77 029 

103 370 

906 480 

729 ■ 
4 13- 

632 763 

(LB) 


2 

3 


12 619 
63 131 
118 037 
064 279 
650 532 
4 661 
153 279 




92 400 

16 231 
23 457 
33 653 
35 164 

160 929 




n5 h20 
20 484 
25 061 
36 962 
40 422 
166 369 




(LB) 








8 423 

12 990 

62 976 

17 414 

101 60S 




6 423 

16 444 
7o 158 
35 416 

134 443 




(LB) 








146 417 

148 417 




299 766 
299 768 




(LB) 








5 297 

61 916 

67 215 




8 678 

99 994 

104 632 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-45 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries}, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2440200 


CORK/ NATURAL 


AND COMPOSITION, 


IN BLOCKS, RODS 


. SH( 


IETS, SLABS, STICKS, ST 


RIPS, ETC. 


(LB) 






32 780 

82 395 

199 

115 374 


13 173 

53 186 

895 

67 254 




13 174 

53 186 

895 

67 255 




17 

64 

1 

82 


310 
615 
028 
953 


32 780 

82 395 

199 

115 374 


13 
53 

67 


173 

186 
895 
254 


13 174 

53 186 

895 

67 255 


17 310 

64 615 

1 028 

82 953 


2460120 


PULPWOOD, SPRUCE 


















(CD) 






2 025 
2 025 


84 901 
84 901 




104 362 
104 362 




104 

104 


363 

363 


2 025 
2 025 


84 
84 


901 
901 


104 362 
104 362 


104 363 
104 363 


2460110 


PULPWOOD, SOFTWOOD, EXCEPT 


SPRUCE, INCLUDING 


MIXED 


SOFTWOOD 


AND HARDWOOD 






(CD) 






7 439 
7 439 


294 595 
294 595 




305 985 
305 985 




305 
305 


985 
985 


7 439 
7 439 


294 
294 


595 
595 


305 985 
305 985 


305 985 
305 985 


2460160 


PULPWOOD, HARDWOOD 


















(CD) 






45 
45 


2 000 
2 000 




2 200 
2 200 




2 

2 


200 

200 


45 
45 


2 
2 


000 
000 


2 200 
2 200 


2 200 
2 200 


2460600 


WOOD STICKS, CHIPS EXCEPT WASTE 


, BLOCKS, BLANKS ETC., EXCEPT 


GUNSTOCK, CHIP & CHIP ROPING 








- 


1 676 384 

27 373 

13 885 

6 480 

13 999 

1 738 121 


1 
1 


756 921 
27 373 

13 885 
6 480 

14 000 
818 659 


1 
2 


977 

30 

16 

8 

17 

050 


521 
341 
779 
673 
154 
468 


- 


1 676 

27 

13 

6 

13 

1 738 


384 
373 
885 
480 
999 
121 


1 756 921 
27 373 

13 885 
6 480 

14 000 
1 818 659 


1 977 521 

30 341 

16 779 
8 673 

17 154 

2 050 468 


2471000 


LOGS AND TIMBERS, SOFTWOOD, 


EXCEPT PULPWOOD 














(MBF) 






7 268 

44 

1 

7 313 


2 281 426 

18 898 

394 

2 300 718 


2 
2 


295 223 

18 898 

394 

314 515 


2 
2 


330 

23 

2 

356 


851 
659 
207 
717 


7 268 

44 

1 

7 313 


2 281 
18 

2 300 


426 
898 
394 
718 


2 295 223 

18 898 

394 

2 314 515 


2 330 851 

23 659 

2 207 

2 356 717 


2472010 


LOSS AND TIMBERS, BIRCH AND 


MAPLE, EXCEPT PULPWOOD 










(MBF) 






845 
845 


114 157 
114 157 




119 913 
119 913 




119 
119 


913 
913 


845 
845 


114 
114 


157 
157 


119 913 
119 913 


119 913 
119 913 


2472035 


L06S AND TIMBERS, MAHOGANY, 


EXCEPT PULPWOOD 














(MBF) 






61 
61 


22 336 
22 336 




22 336 
22 336 




31 
31 


987 
987 


61 
61 


22 
22 


336 

336 


22 336 
22 336 


31 987 
31 987 


2472055 


LOGS AND TIMBERS, HARDWOOD, 


NSPF, EXCEPT PULPWOOD 










(MBF) 






74 

20 

69 

2 

165 


14 646 
12 000 
23 021 
1 528 
51 195 




14 896 
12 000 
23 021 
1 528 
51 445 




14 
12 
35 
1 
64 


896 
674 
082 
756 
408 


74 

20 

69 

2 

165 


14 
12 
23 
1 
51 


646 
000 
021 
528 
195 


14 896 
12 000 
23 021 
1 528 
51 445 


14 896 
12 674 
35 082 
1 756 
64 408 


2479000 


POLES, PILES, 


AND POSTS, WOODEN 






















- 


647 791 

11 970 

14 931 

10 901 

2 790 

688 383 




712 448 

11 970 

14 931 

10 901 

2 790 

753 040 




712 

13 

32 

13 

3 

775 


448 
925 
291 
730 
515 
909 


- 


647 

11 

14 

10 

2 

688 


791 
970 
931 
901 
790 
383 


712 448 

11 970 

14 931 

10 901 

2 790 

753 040 


712 448 

13 925 

32 291 

13 730 

3 515 

775 909 


2481000 


RAILROAD TIESj 


EXCEPT SWITCH OR 


BRIDGE, WOODEN 












(MBF) 






576 

5 

581 


114 482 
931 

115 413 




122 717 
931 

123 648 




122 

1 
124 


717 
854 
571 


576 

5 

581 


114 
115 


482 
931 
413 


122 717 
931 

123 648 


122 717 

1 854 

124 571 


2482U2 


LATHS OF WOOD 




















(M) 






8 170 
8 170 


366 392 
366 392 




389 775 
389 775 




389 
389 


775 
775 


8 170 
8 170 


366 

366 


392 
392 


389 775 
389 775 


389 775 
389 775 


2482122 


LUMBER, SPRUCE, ROUGH 


















(MBF) 






5 273 
5 273 


1 191 533 
1 191 533 


1 
1 


237 573 
237 573 


1 

1 


240 
240 


536 
536 


5 273 
5 273 


1 191 
1 191 


533 
533 


1 237 573 
1 237 573 


1 240 536 
1 240 536 


2482132 


LUMBER, PINE, 


EASTERN WHITE 


AND 


RED, ROUGH 














(MBF) 






1 212 

453 

1 665 


338 856 

62 395 

401 251 




345 811 

62 395 

408 206 




345 

62 

408 


811 
395 
206 


1 212 

453 
1 665 


338 

62 
401 


856 
395 
251 


345 811 

62 395 

408 206 


345 811 

62 395 

408 206 



2-46 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 






Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 



(Sue "Explanation of 



Statistic!" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs. I ii . and c ■ f v*u«. sourcea of etfflf m tht data. OTm CTY (oihtf cov*ti •«> and «hr dtdmiioea and taawi 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $25 1 are ahown only und»r Schedule A commodity numoei 990 0000 and ududed from all o**et com** 



Schedule A couodlty nuabor. doacripiion »nd unii of quo, 





Current monih 




( umuljl... JanuiK 


Country 
of 


Net 
quant 1 ty 


Value (dollars) 


quar.-. 




origin 


Cua toas 


P. a. a. 


C.I 


t . 


- MM 


, . . 


. 1 



2482142 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

HONDURA 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2462152 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2462162 

CANADA 

HONDURA 

MALAYSA 

TOTAL 

2482167 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2462172 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2482175 

BRAZIL 

MALAYSA 

OPAC IS 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2482180 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482207 

CANADA 

HONDURA 

MALAYSA 

TOTAL 

2462212 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2482217 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482222 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

HONDURA 

N ZEAL 

CAMR00N 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2482227 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2462230 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482235 

CANADA 

TOTAL 



LUMBER. PINE, NSPF, AND PARANA PINE* ROUGH 



930 
126 
396 

20 
1 "472 



203 170 

93 920 

92 442 

9 955 

399 487 



LUMBER, DOUGLAS-FIR, ROUGH 



5 389 
5 369 



1 600 435 
1 600 435 



216 104 

96 216 

92 442 

9 955 

414 717 



1 613 143 
1 613 143 



LUMBER, FIR, EXCEPT DOUGLAS ROUGH 



2 519 
30 
19 

2 566 



862 425 
12 Oil 
11 502 

885 936 



LUMBER, HEMLOCK, ROUGH 



16 519 
16 519 



4 883 105 
4 883 "05 



lumber, larch, rough 



19 
19 



3 803 
3 803 



LUMBER, SOFTWOOD NSPF, ROUGH 



142 

31 

9 

16 

198 



26 324 

19 932 

5 913 

3 759 

55 928 



LUMBER, CEDAR, ROUGH 



19 093 
19 093 



7 437 995 
7 437 995 



666 544 
12 Oil 
11 50? 

690 057 



4 896 267 
4 896 287 



4 222 
4 222 



26 324 

19 932 

5 913 

3 966 

56 155 



7 7^3 656 
7 743 656 



216 104 
96 216 

105 633 
11 069 

429 022 



1 663 256 
1 663 258 



893 604 
13 804 
12 909 

920 517 



5 617 511 

5 617 511 



4 222 
4 222 



45 410 
22 913 

6 732 

4 556 

79 611 



7 eo» -"- 
7 ec4 174 



930 
126 
396 

20 

1 47? 



5 389 
5 389 



2 5l9 
30 
19 

2 566 



16 5l9 
16 5l9 



203 PO 

93 92C 

92 4*2 

9 955 

399 487 



1 600 435 
1 600 435 



662 «?5 
12 Oil 
11 502 

685 936 



4 883 405 
4 883 4C5 



19 
19 



:-. 

31 

9 

1» 
196 



19 093 
19 093 



WOOD FENCE, PICKETS, PALINGS/ AND RAILS, UNASSEMBLED 



436 181 

5 092 

9 249 

450 522 



466 351 
5 092 
9 249 

480 692 



468 034 

6 010 

10 935 

484 97? 



3 803 



26 324 

19 93? 

5 913 

3 759 

55 928 



1 «, 995 
• , n 995 



436 181 

5 092 

9 249 

450 522 



LUMBER, SPRUCE, DRESSED OR IIORKED (INCLUDING FLOORING, EXCLUDING SIDING AND MOLDING) 



522 672 

37 

522 709 



98 114 545 

7 717 

98 122 262 



107 234 798 

7 717 

107 242 515 



107 638 928 

8 452 
107 647 38C 



522 672 

37 

522 7 9 



98 114 545 

7 717 

96 122 262 



(MbF) 

216 10* 

96 216 

92 442 

9 955 

414 7J7 

(MbF) 

1 613 143 
1 613 143 

(Mb* ) 

866 544 
12 Oil 
11 502 

890 057 

(MbF) 

- 8Y6 287 

- -»? ?67 

(Mb*) 

« 222 
« H2 

!»t< ) 

26 32* 

19 932 
5 913 
3 966 

56 155 

(MbF) 

• 656 
' 656 



466 351 

5 092 

9 2*9 

480 692 

(MbF) 

107 234 798 

7 717 

107 2*2 515 



LUMBER, PINE, EASTERN WHITE AND RED, DRESSED OR WORKED, INCL FLOORING ExCl SIDI NG/"0L01NG (MbF) 



5 500 
5 500 



1 479 094 
1 479 094 



1 520 338 
1 520 338 



1 521 111 
1 521 111 



5 500 
5 500 



1 479 094 
1 479 094 



1 520 338 
1 520 338 



lumber, pine, nspf, dressed or worked i including flooring, excluding sioing and molding) im^F) 



96 771 

82 

704 

16 

9 
68 

1 

97 671 



17 745 856 

51 912 

313 514 

6 869 

5 552 

91 190 

1 388 

18 216 281 



19 237 283 

51 912 

313 514 

6 869 

5 552 

91 190 

1 368 

19 707 708 



19 442 789 

51 912 

359 657 

9 468 

7 265 

112 056 

2 763 

19 985 910 



96 771 

82 

704 

16 

9 

66 

1 

97 671 



17 7«5 656 

51 912 

313 514 

6 869 

5 552 

91 190 

1 386 

18 216 261 



19 237 263 

51 912 

313 514 

6 669 

5 552 

91 190 

1 388 

19 707 708 



LUMBER, PARANA PINE, DRESSED OR WORKED (INCLUDING FLOORING, EXCLUDIN6 SIDING AND MOLDING) (M6F) 



217 
217 



137 201 

137 201 



137 201 
137 201 



155 088 
155 088 



217 
217 



137 201 
137 201 



137 201 
137 201 



lumber, douglas fir, dressed or worked (Including flooring, excluoing siding and moloingi imbf) 



51 121 
51 121 



11 249 657 
11 249 657 



11 770 311 
11 770 311 



13 044 202 
13 044 202 



51 121 
51 121 



11 2«9 657 
11 249 657 



LUMBER, FIR, NSPF, DRESSED OR WORKED (INCLUDING FLOORING EXCLUDING SIDING AND MOLDING) 



45 820 
45 820 



10 085 827 
10 085 827 



10 193 369 
10 193 369 



12 077 352 

12 077 352 



45 820 
45 820 



10 085 827 
10 085 827 



11 770 311 
11 770 311 

(MBF) 

10 193 369 
10 193 369 



216 104 
96 216 

105 633 
11 069 

429 022 



683 256 
663 256 



107 
107 



l« 



I* 



693 604 




13 604 




12 909 




920 517 




617 511 




617 511 




4 222 




4 222 




45 410 


:. 


22 913 




6 732 




4 556 




79 611 


u 






604 474 




604 47« 


466 034 


6 010 1 ■ 


10 935 


464 979 


'1 J 
636 926 | 


6 452 


647 360 


521 111 


521 111 


4*2 769 


51 912 


359 657 


9 466 


7 265 


112 056 


2 763 


985 910 


155 066 


153 066 


044 202 


044 202 


077 352 


077 352 

1 



hi 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-47 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodi ty number, description 


and unit of quantity 






Country 

of 
origin 


Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2482240 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

248221*7 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482250 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2482255 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482265 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2482267 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482272 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2482277 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

NETHLDS 

MALAYSA 

PHIL R 

CHINA T 

TOTAL 

2483105 

CANADA 

ECUADOR 

PARAGUA 

Burma 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

HQ KONG 

TOTAL 

2483117 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2483125 

GUATMAL 

HONDURA 

NICARAG 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

IVY CST 

ZAIRE 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

2483135 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2483152 

MALAYSA 



LUMBER, HEMLOCK, DRESSED OR WORKED (INCLUDING FLOORING, BUT EXCLUDING MOLDING AND SIDING) (MBF) 



62 440 
62 440 



13 374 650 
13 374 650 



14 131 482 
14 131 482 



16 138 299 
16 138 299 



62 440 
62 440 



13 374 650 
13 374 650 



LUMBER, LARCH, DRESSED OR WORKED (INCLUDING FLOORING, BUT EXCLUDING SIDING AND MOLDING) 



14 131 482 
14 131 482 

(MBF) 



595 
595 



33 329 

359 

33 688 



LUMBER, 



892 
892 



125 645 
125 645 



13 638 326 

186 239 

13 824 565 



257 980 
257 980 



141 561 
141 561 



14 250 205 

186 239 

14 436 444 



266 228 
266 228 



Lumber, softwood, dressed or worked, nspf 



492 

5 

497 



76 757 

4 084 

80 841 



79 619 

4 084 

83 703 



141 561 
141 561 



14 411 118 

203 602 

14 614 720 



266 228 
266 228 



79 619 

4 972 

84 591 



SIDING, WESTERN REDCEDAR WOOD, NOT DRILLED OR TREATED 



15 621 
15 621 



6 904 652 
6 904 652 



7 141 219 
7 141 219 



7 141 229 
7 141 229 



WOOD SIDING, SOFTWOOD, NSPF, NOT DRILLED OR TREATED 



153 
153 



300 915 
300 915 



310 860 
310 860 



310 860 
310 860 



lumber and wood siding, drilled or treated, including edge-glued or end-glued wood 



674 
45 
6 
22 
20 
80 

847 



265 006 

42 543 

7 808 

24 992 

11 457 

63 115 

414 921 



LUMBER, BALSA AND TEAK, ROUGH 



62 
367 

23 
220 
026 

47 
7 

93 
845 



43 916 
168 505 

7 895 
429 304 
031 433 

60 149 

8 189 
195 203 
944 594 



270 812 
42 543 
7 808 
24 992 
11 457 
63 115 

420 727 



44 141 
168 505 

7 895 
431 304 
031 433 

60 149 

8 189 
195 203 
946 819 



270 812 
42 543 
10 339 
27 179 
13 223 
71 557 

435 653 



44 141 
188 767 

11 293 
495 703 
350 081 

68 106 

9 944 

210 708 

378 743 



LUM8ER, SPANISH CEDAR, EBONY, LANCEWOOD, AND LIGNUMVITAE, ROUGH 



113 
113 



LUMBER, MAHOGANY, ROUGH 



60 

10 

90 

580 

590 

14 

54 

167 

565 



16 214 

6 780 

58 500 

200 084 

770 727 

6 632 

27 868 

94 238 

1 183 043 



5 113 
5 113 



16 214 

6 780 

58 500 

200 084 

770 727 

8 632 

27 868 

94 238 

183 043 



5 679 
5 679 



16 806 

8 559 

63 535 

254 536 

972 932 

10 997 

35 966 

127 787 

1 491 120 



LUMBER, MAPLE (EXCEPT JAPANESE), BIRCH AND BEECH, ROUGH 



4 532 
22 

4 554 



1 712 254 

8 615 

1 720 869 



1 753 557 

8 680 

1 762 237 



LUMBER, PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY OR LAUAN, ROUGH 
1 716 494 562 494 562 



1 753 557 

8 680 

1 762 237 



659 836 



16 138 299 
16 138 299 



595 




125 645 


141 561 




141 561 
141 561 


595 




125 645 


141 561 




LUDING SIDING 


AND MOLDING) 


(MBF) 






33 329 


13 


638 326 


14 250 205 


14 


411 118 


359 




186 239 


186 239 




203 602 


33 688 


13 


824 565 


14 436 444 


14 


614 720 


EXCL SIDING 


WD MOLDING) 


(MBF) 






892 




257 980 


266 228 




266 228 


892 




257 980 


266 228 

(MBF) 




266 228 


492 




76 757 


79 619 




79 619 


5 




4 084 


4 084 




4 972 


497 




80 841 


83 703 
(MBF) 




84 591 


15 621 


6 


904 652 


7 141 219 


7 


141 229 


15 621 


6 


904 652 


7 141 219 
(MSF) 


7 


141 229 


1 153 




300 915 


310 860 




310 860 


1 153 




300 915 


310 860 




310 860 


D OR ENC 


-6LUED WOOD 


(MBF) 






674 




265 006 


270 812 




270 812 


45 




42 543 


42 543 




42 543 


6 




7 808 


7 808 




10 339 


22 




24 992 


24 992 




27 179 


20 




11 457 


11 457 




13 223 


80 




63 115 


63 115 




71 557 


847 




414 921 


420 727 
(MBF) 




435 653 


62 




43 916 


44 141 




44 141 


367 




168 505 


168 505 




188 767 


23 




7 895 


7 895 




11 293 


220 




429 304 


431 304 




495 703 


2 026 


4 


031 433 


4 031 433 


4 


350 081 


47 




60 149 


60 149 




68 106 


7 




8 189 


8 189 




9 944 


93 




195 203 


195 203 




210 708 


2 845 


4 


944 594 


4 946 819 
(MBF) 


5 


378 743 


3 




5 113 


5 113 




5 679 


3 




5 113 


5 113 
(MBF) 




5 679 


60 




16 214 


16 214 




16 808 


10 




6 780 


6 780 




8 559 


90 




58 500 


58 500 




63 535 


580 




200 084 


200 084 




254 536 


1 590 




770 727 


770 727 




972 932 


It 




6 632 


8 632 




10 997 


5t 




27 868 


27 868 




35 966 


167 




94 238 


94 238 




127 787 


2 565 


1 


183 043 


1 183 043 
(MBF) 


1 


491 120 


4 532 


1 


712 254 


1 753 557 


1 


753 557 


22 




8 615 


8 680 




8 680 


4 554 


1 


720 869 


1 762 237 
(MBF> 


1 


762 237 


1 716 




494 562 


494 562 




659 836 



2-48 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See 'Explanation olStatittia" lor information on coverage, data ol importation, detmiiiom of Cuiiomj. I aj . and c i t valuei. lourtn ol error m the data. OTH CTY (olnei countnet). and oUw definition and tMtutat 
otthe import lutima Shipment! valued lett then S25I ere ihown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 mm and excluded from all other commoditanl 



Schedule A cooaodity nu»ber, description 


and unit of quantity 








Current month 


QUMdattVC Jmwn !.• Jjlc 


Country 


Net 

quant 1 ty 


Valuo (dollar*) 


quant l ty 


(dollar.) 


origin 


CllStOSU 


F.a.s. 


C.l.fd 


■ | .«» 




' 





2 856 


1 


089 


837 


1 069 


739 


1 395 


909 


2 856 


1 


069 


637 


1 069 739 


1 39S 509 




139 




83 


540 


83 


540 


95 


436 


139 




63 


540 


03 540 


95 436 




4 711 


1 


667 


939 


1 667 


641 


2 150 


783 


4 7H 


1 


667 


939 


1 667 641 


2 150 763 


2483155 


LUMBER, HARDnOOD 


NSPF, R0U6H 


















(Mbf) 






975 




309 


019 


317 


843 


317 


643 


975 




309 


019 


317 643 


317 643 




31 




13 


621 


13 


621 


18 


451 


31 




13 


621 


13 621 


16 451 




648 




?3 


918 


23 


916 


35 


303 


646 




23 


918 


<J 916 


35 303 




503 




376 


907 


376 


907 


422 


336 


503 




J"6 




376 907 


422 336 




4 728 


1 


17? 


483 


1 172 


483 


1 713 


937 


4 7J6 


1 


172 


463 


1 172 463 


1 713 V37 


PARAGU* 


528 




177 


427 


177 


427 


254 


676 


526 




177 




177 427 


254 676 




48 




87 


887 


e7 


887 


93 


757 


46 




67 


667 


67 667 


93 757 




133 




346 


079 


346 


078 


374 


091 


133 




346 


079 


346 076 


374 u«l 




668 




?4| 


213 


242 


116 


305 


665 


666 




t«l 


213 


242 116 


305 665 


SINGAPR 


373 




160 


944 


160 


944 


196 


607 


373 




160 


944 


160 H«l 


196 607 




226 




84 


265 


84 


265 


108 


511 


226 




84 


265 


64 265 


106 511 




17 




7 


769 


7 


769 


9 


796 


17 




7 


769 


7 769 


9 796 




248 




34 


861 


34 


661 


-7 


615 


246 




34 


661 


34 661 


47 615 




9 




17 


581 


17 


561 


19 


167 


9 




17 


561 


17 561 


19 167 




81 




6? 


833 


62 


833 


69 


083 


61 




62 


633 


62 633 


69 063 




74 




43 


718 


43 


718 


62 


225 


74 




'3 


716 


h) 716 


62 129 




43 




8 


099 


8 


099 


10 


680 


43 




6 


099 


6 099 


10 660 




158 




83 


663 


83 


663 


96 


697 


156 




63 


663 


63 663 


96 697 




17 




16 


757 


16 


757 


21 


- - 


17 




16 


757 


16 757 


21 WX 




117 




?4 


782 


26 


925 


35 


526 


117 




24 


782 


26 925 


35 526 




125 




49 


554 


49 


554 


66 


907 


125 




-.9 


554 


49 554 


66 V07 




11 




4 


731 


4 


731 


7 


399 


11 




4 


731 


4 731 


7 399 




9 761 


3 


348 


111 


3 359 


982 


4 266 


120 


9 761 


3 


3-e 


111 


3 359 962 


4 266 120 


2483207 


LUMBER, BALSA 


AND TEAK/ DRESSED OR *0RKED 


(Excluding flooring, 


SIDING 


-0LD1NG) 


(Mbf) 






46 




31 


846 


31 


646 


37 


624 


46 




31 


846 


31 646 


37 624 




82 




93 


249 


93 


249 


101 


456 


62 




93 


249 


V3 249 


101 456 




20 




46 


724 


46 


724 


51 


559 


20 




-6 


724 


46 724 


51 559 




160 




146 


159 


146 


159 


162 


226 


160 




146 


159 


146 159 


162 226 




24 




5? 


750 


52 


750 


56 


136 


24 




52 


750 


52 750 


56 136 




1 




3 


359 


3 


359 


4 


364 


1 




3 


359 


3 35V 


4 384 




333 




374 


087 


374 


087 


413 


569 


333 




37* 


087 


374 087 


413 569 


2483217 


LUM8ER, SPANISH 


:edar, ebony* 


LANCEKOOD 4 


LIGNUMVITAE, DRESSED, 


ExCPT 


FL0ORJNG/S1DNG/MOLO 


(Mb' 1 ) 






6 




12 


196 


12 


196 


13 


331 


6 




12 


196 




13 331 




4 




4 


476 


4 


476 


- 


692 


4 




4 


476 


4 476 


4 692 




10 




16 


672 


16 


672 


18 


023 


10 




16 


672 


16 672 


16 023 


2483222 


LUMBER, HAH0GANY 


, dressed or 


HORKED 


(EXCLUDING FLOORING/ SIDING AND MOLDING) 






(MbF) 






299 




177 


403 


177 


903 


189 


407 


299 




177 


- J 


177 903 


169 407 




299 




177 


403 


177 


903 


169 


407 


299 




177 


403 


177 903 


169 407 


2483232 


LUMBER, MAPLE 


Except 


JAPANESE 


, BIRCH AND 


3EECH, DRESSED (ExCPT 


FLOORING, SIDING 


. MOLMMI 


IMF) 






826 




350 


599 


362 


618 


362 


618 


e26 




350 


599 


362 616 


362 616 




826 




350 


599 


362 


618 


362 


618 


826 




350 


599 


362 616 


362 616 


2483242 


Lumber, Philippine mahogany or lauan, dressed (Except flooring, 


SIDING 


AND MOLDING) 


(MbF) 






238 




144 


696 


144 


696 


166 


247 


238 




144 


696 


IM 696 


166 247 




18 




17 


520 


17 


520 


19 


116 


1« 




17 


520 


17 520 


19 116 




937 




466 


741 


466 


660 


560 


234 


937 




466 


741 


466 660 


560 234 




298 




291 


184 


291 


184 


328 


299 


298 




291 


184 


291 164 


326 299 




1 491 




920 


141 


920 


060 


1 073 


896 


1 491 




920 


141 


920 060 


1 073 896 


2483252 


LUMBER, HARDKOOD 


, NSPF, DRESSED OR 


I0RKED 


(EXCLUDING FLOORING, 


SIDING 


AND MOLDING) 


|NBF. 






276 




151 


931 


157 


204 


157 


204 


276 




151 


931 


157 204 


157 204 




13 




11 


162 


11 


162 


13 


223 


13 




11 


162 


11 162 


13 223 




17 




7 


784 


7 


784 


9 


858 


17 




7 


784 


7 784 


9 656 




118 




62 


273 


62 


273 


78 


125 


118 




6? 


273 


62 273 


76 125 




2 246 




596 


654 


596 


654 


708 


866 


2 248 




596 


654 


596 654 


708 666 




113 




38 


561 


38 


561 


55 


238 


113 




38 


561 


38 561 


55 236 




3 




9 


294 


9 


294 


10 


193 


3 




9 


294 


9 294 


10 193 




165 




129 


237 


128 


932 


150 


746 


165 




129 


237 


128 932 


150 746 




246 




262 


924 


262 


924 


290 


122 


246 




262 


924 


262 924 


290 122 




42 




89 


403 


89 


403 


94 


265 


42 




89 


403 


ai 403 


94 265 




20 




7 


077 


7 


077 


9 


067 


20 




7 


077 


7 077 


9 067 




27 




27 


295 


27 


295 


28 


744 


27 




?7 


295 


27 295 


28 744 




68 




42 


800 


42 


800 


57 


272 


68 




4? 


8C0 


42 800 


57 272 




77 




34 


786 


34 


786 


36 


171 


77 




34 


736 


34 786 


36 171 




- 






927 




927 


1 


009 


- 






927 


927 


1 009 




3 433 


i 


472 


108 


1 477 


076 


1 700 


103 


3 433 


1 


472 


108 


1 477 076 


1 700 103 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-49 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values—Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Statistics" lor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions ol Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f, values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 


Country 

of 
origin 


Current month 


Cumulative. January to date 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.J 


.f . 



2483255 



LUMBER, BOXWOOD, JAPANESE MAPLE, DRESSED OR WORKED/ (EXCEPT FLOORING, SIDING AND MOLDING) (MBF) 



JAPAN 

TOTAL 

2483260 

CANADA 

ECUADOR 

CHILE 

PHIL R 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2483270 

CANADA 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R.„.,.. 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2483275 

CANADA 

MALAYSA 

PHIL R 

TOTAL 

2490500 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2490600 

MEXICO 

JAMAICA 

COLOMB 

PHIL R 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2511060 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

CHINA M 

TOTAL 

2512050 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2516020 

CANADA 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

2516040 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

TOTAL 

2517100 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

2517210 

CANADA 

TOTAL 



17 
17 



7 868 
7 868 



7 868 
7 868 



8 815 
8 815 



HARDWOOD, EDGE-GLUED OR END-GLUED, NOT DRILLED OR TREATED 



82 
118 

11 

104 

5 

320 



85 955 

658 860 

6 590 

33 016 

1 795 

786 216 



83 329 

658 860 

6 590 

33 016 

1 795 

783 590 



86 329 

668 980 

8 709 

41 324 

2 244 

807 586 



17 
17 



82 
118 

11 

104 

5 

320 



flooring, hardwood, in strips and planks, whether or not drilled or treated 



294 

128 

452 

272 

32 

7 

1 185 



301 311 

111 969 

518 535 

263 496 

22 557 

5 305 

1 223 173 



306 856 
111 969 
518 535 
263 496 
22 557 
5 305 
228 718 



SIDING, HARDWOOD, NOT DRILLED OR TREATED 



54 

299 

69 

422 



43 385 

65 218 

16 838 

125 441 



44 565 

65 218 

16 838 

126 621 



FIREWOOD, HOGGED-WOOD FUEL AND WOOD WASTE 



319 454 

14 195 

2 681 

336 330 



338 859 

14 195 

2 681 

355 735 



306 856 

134 492 

601 084 

305 752 

27 040 

6 023 

1 381 247 



44 565 

75 383 

21 954 

141 902 



338 859 
14 195 
16 545 

369 599 



294 

128 

452 

272 

32 

7 

1 185 



54 
299 

69 
422 



7 868 
7 868 



85 955 

658 860 

6 590 

33 016 

1 795 

786 216 



301 311 

111 969 

518 535 

263 496 

22 557 

5 305 

223 173 



WOOD CHARCOAL, INCLUDING SHELL AND NUT CHARCOAL 



432 


000 


80 


729 


15 


114 


351 


703 


77 


792 


957 


338 


STE 


& s 


7 


561 




102 




22 




256 




224 



16 650 

5 445 

5 760 
19 639 

6 687 
54 181 



16 650 
5 445 

5 760 
19 639 

6 842 
54 336 



16 650 
8 440 

7 092 
35 114 

8 081 
75 377 



432 000 
80 729 
15 U4 

351 703 
77 792 

957 336 



WASTE & SCRAP PAPER AND PAPERBOARD PRODCTS FOR REMFG; FLAX & HEMP FIBERS FOR PAPER MAKING (STN) 



8 165 



1 080 099 

11 051 

11 414 

137 313 

37 294 

1 277 171 



1 268 842 

11 051 

11 414 

137 313 

37 294 

1 465 914 



1 268 842 

11 051 

14 092 

160 983 

66 122 

1 521 090 



7 561 
102 

22 
256 
224 

8 165 



43 


385 


65 


218 


16 


838 


125 


441 


319 


454 


14 


195 


? 


681 


336 


330 


16 


650 


5 


'445 


5 


760 


19 


639 


6 


687 


54 


181 


PAPER M 


080 


099 


11 


051 


11 


414 


137 


313 


37 


294 



7 868 

7 868 

(MBF) 

83 329 

658 860 

6 590 

33 016 

1 795 

783 590 

(MBF) 

306 856 

111 969 

518 535 

263 496 

22 557 

5 305 

1 228 718 

(MSF) 

44 565 

65 218 

16 838 

126 621 



338 859 

14 195 

2 681 

355 735 

(LB) 

16 650 

5 445 

5 760 
19 639 

6 842 
54 336 



1 277 171 



WOOD PULP, MECHANICAL, EXCEPT DEFIBRATED & EXPLODING WOOD PULP AND SCREENINGS 



6 412 

12 

6 424 



304 966 
1 800 

306 766 



330 558 

1 800 

332 358 



1 330 558 

1 800 

1 332 358 



6 412 

12 

6 424 



1 304 966 

1 800 

1 306 766 



WOOD PULP, SULPHITE, EXCEPT SCREENINGS, BLEACHED, SPECIAL ALPHA AND DISSOLVING GRADES 



6 557 

9 221 

15 ?"»8 



2 215 184 
2 766 238 
4 981 422 



2 307 881 
2 766 238 
5 074 119 



2 303 077 

3 109 564 
5 412 641 



6 557 

9 221 

15 778 



2 215 184 
2 766 238 

4 981 422 



WOOD PULP, SULPHATE, EXCEPT SCREENINGS, BLEACHED/ SPECIAL ALPHA AND DISSOLVING GRADES 



1 843 
265 

2 108 



609 739 
144 859 
754 598 



605 929 
144 859 
750 788 



605 929 
178 666 
784 595 



WOOD PULP, SULPHATE OR SODA, UNBLEACHED/ EXCEPT SCREENINGS 



12 189 

2 142 

22 

14 353 



3 215 249 
819 582 

5 306 

4 040 137 



3 372 988 
819 582 

5 650 

4 198 220 



3 380 678 
951 022 

5 650 

4 337 350 



1 843 
265 

2 108 



12 189 

2 142 

22 

14 353 



WOOD PULP/ SULPHATE OR SODA, HARDWOOD/ SEMIBLEACHED, EXCEPT SCREENINGS 



334 
334 



73 553 
73 553 



74 841 
74 841 



74 841 
74 841 



334 
334 



609 739 
144 859 
754 598 



3 215 249 
819 582 

5 306 

4 040 137 



73 553 
73 553 



1 268 842 

11 051 

11 414 

137 313 

37 294 

1 465 914 

(STN) 

1 330 558 
1 800 

1 332 358 

(STN) 

2 307 881 

2 766 238 
5 074 119 

(STN) 

605 929 

144 859 
750 788 

(STN) 

3 372 988 
819 582 

5 650 

4 198 220 

(STN) 

74 841 
74 841 



8 815 
8 815 



86 329 

668 980 

8 709 

41 324 

2 244 

807 586 



306 856 
134 492 
601 084 
305 752 
27 040 
6 023 
381 247 



44 565 

75 383 

21 954 

141 902 



338 859 

14 195 

16 545 

369 599 



16 650 
8 440 

7 092 
35 114 

8 061 
75 377 



268 842 
l'l 051 
14 092 

160 983 
66 122 

521 090 



1 330 558 

1 800 

1 332 358 



2 303 077 

3 109 564 
5 412 641 



605 929 
178 666 
784 595 



3 380 678 
951 022 

5 650 

4 337 350 



74 841 
74 841 



2-50 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f Values Continued 



(See "Explwution ol Stuiiiia" lor mlormji.on on ciMitgi. due at impomiion. dtlmii.oni ot Cur 

ol the empon Ultima Shipments »•< jtd Its ih»n S7SI ft t><o*n inly undti Sdwduit A wm o d il 



UU OTH CI V l = 'l»< ;aunti«l) and *»>•> 4»l«il«MI md iHn 
90 QOX mi i»rl»1d hem ** ••<•• o ou m di m I 











A coMKMllCy nunbo 


Mptlon 


1 quantity 
















( urrrrtl muulli 




1 






.ntry 


quanl 


































251721 


5 HOOD PULP; 


SULPHATE OR SODA, 


SOFTWOOD, SEHlBLEACHED, EXCEPT SCREENINGS 






ISTNI 








9 
9 


906 
906 


3 103 004 
J 004 


3 234 099 

3 234 099 


3 
3 


240 091 
240 091 


9 906 
9 906 


3 
3 


103 

1C3 


004 

CC4 


3 234 099 

3 2 34 099 


3 
3 


240 091 
240 091 


251722 


3 WOOD PULP* 


SULPHATE OR S0D», 


-1RDW00D, BLEA 


CHED, EXCEPT SCREENINGS, NSPF 








(4TN) 








15 
15 


007 

26 

033 


4 <479 530 

7 ->?2 

4 <t87 252 


4 469 J73 

7 889 

4 477 062 


4 
4 


472 746 

7 889 

480 635 


15 00' 

26 

15 0J3 


4 
4 


479 

7 


530 
722 
252 


4 409 173 
- 171 062 


4 
4 


472 746 

7 669 

460 635 


251723 


3 HOOD PULP, 


SULPHATE OR SODA, 


SOFTnOOO, BLEACHED, EXCEPT SCREENING*, 








ISTN) 








227 
227 


891 

41 

932 


71 5«0 922 

16 
7l 557 654 


75 6C5 787 

16 732 

75 622 519 


75 
75 


559 222 

20 971 
S80 193 


227 691 
227 932 


ri 


54 

16 


922 
654 


75 t 

16 732 

75 e. 


75 
75 


559 222 

20 V71 

560 193 


251610 


3 WOOD PULP, 


SULPHITE, UNBLE*CHEO, EXCEPT SCREENINGS 










(•TNI 








3 
3 


997 
997 


1 050 899 
1 050 899 


1 082 529 
1 082 529 


1 

1 


082 529 
082 529 


3 9»7 
3 997 


i 


050 
050 


699 
899 


1 062 529 
1 062 529 


1 
1 


082 629 
082 529 


251820 


3 W0O0 PULP, 


SULPHITE, BLEACHED, EXCEPT *_p-» 


t 


DISSOLVING GRADES ANO EXCEPT SCRf I 


(STN) 








30 
30 


266 

19 

285 


9 231 567 

9 997 

9 ?H1 564 


9 637 665 

9 997 

9 6*7 682 


9 
9 


800 938 

12 446 

813 364 


30 266 
30 285 


9 


231 

9 

241 


567 
997 
564 


• '7 685 

* 9V7 

9 647 682 


9 
9 


600 931 
12 446 

613 384 


251900 


3 PULP/ 


NSPF, 1NCLU0ING SCREENINGS 














(3'Nl 






CANADA 

JAPAN 

TUNISI- 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 


- 
- 


521 
10 

369 
11 

911 


1 354 237 
7 582 

118 981 

4 452 

1 985 252 


1 316 058 

" ?62 

118 981 

4 452 

1 447 073 


1 


316 058 

9 981 

139 176 

6 17* 
47i 38* 


« 521 

10 

369 

4 9H 


1 

1 


4 
485 


961 
452 
252 


: V| 

7 582 

116 981 

4 452 

1 447 073 


1 
1 


316 086 

* vei 
139 176 

6 174 
471 389 


261300 


S[lK, 


RAW 


















(LSI 








18 

50 

3 

72 


716 
586 
321 
623 


207 029 
525 264 

28 603 
760 896 


207 029 

524 913 

28 603 

760 545 




218 481 
■ 
28 732 
789 058 


50 586 
i 321 

72 6J3 




207 
525 

28 

760 


02* 
264 

603 
896 


207 029 

524 913 

26 603 

760 5«5 




216 461 
541 645 

28 732 
789 058 


261X20 


WASTE 


AND 


ADVANCED WASTE OF 


SILK, AND FIBE" 


S OF SILK PROCESSED BUT MOT 1 






(III 








1 

9 

120 

130 


102 
039 
190 
63! 


8 150 

36 778 

270 446 

315 374 


8 150 

36 778 

270 449 

315 377 




12 071 

38 0*7 

265 55l 

335 669 


1 102 

9 0J9 

120 490 

130 631 




8 

H 

270 


776 
446 


8 150 

36 776 

270 449 

315 377 




12 071 

36 047 

265 551 

335 669 


262001 


JuTE, 


RAW 


WASTE, AND AOVANCED WASTE 




















THAILND 


1 
1 
3 


22 
299 
332 

046 
3<t8 


8 700 
36 651 
32 258 

504 039 
1-6 516 
•»28 164 


9 MOO 

37 651 

32 258 

504 039 

146 516 

729 86V 




9 400 
66 45l 

667 853 
203 0*2 
967 326 


22 

299 

332 

1 249 

1 446 

3 3*8 




6 

36 
32 

504 
.-• 
728 


700 
651 
258 

039 
516 


9 400 
H til 
32 258 

504 039 
146 516 

7^ if 




9 400 

66 451 

40 580 

667 653 

203 042 

967 326 


262003 


VEGETABLE 


TEXTILE FIBERS NSPF, RAW, BASTE, 


ADVANCED WASTE, AND FIBER PROCESS 


• 


NOT 












_ 


6 7m 

28 332 
35 046 


6 714 
28 334 
35 048 




8 035 

42 56C 
50 595 


- 




6 
?6 
35 


332 

046 


6 714 
28 334 
35 048 




8 035 
42 560 

50 595 


263101 


COTTON/ RAW, STAPLE LENGTH 


JNDER 1-1/8 INC" 


ES 












(LB) 








37 

37 


318 
318 


17 706 
17 706 


17 706 
17 706 




20 752 

2C 752 


37 318 

37 3i« 




17 
17 


706 

706 


17 706 
17 706 




20 752 
20 752 


263200 


COTTON LINTERS 
















(LB) 








1 140 

127 

6m 

1 908 


018 
247 
495 
760 


181 957 

15 599 

40 318 

237 874 


181 957 
15 599 
40 318 

237 874 




181 957 
19 492 
6« 1"9 

265 598 


1 140 018 
127 2n7 
641 495 

1 908 7{,0 




181 

15 
40 

237 


957 
599 
318 

»" - 


181 957 
11 599 

ill 874 




181 957 
19 492 
64 149 

265 598 


263503 


5 COTTON WASTE N.S.P.F., NOT 


ADVANCED 














(LB) 








231 

47 

281 


000 
134 
134 


21 001 

3 064 

24 065 




21 001 

3 257 
24 258 






26 676 

3 257 

31 933 


234 000 

47 134 
281 134 






21 
3 

24 


001 
064 
'. M 


21 001 

i ;>- 

24 258 




28 676 

3 257 

31 933 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-51 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of >mportation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s„ and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 



Country 

of 
origin 



Current month 



Net 

lantity 



Value (dollars) 



Cumulative, January to date 



Net 
quantity 



Value (dollars) 



2651400 



BRAZIL.. 
TOTAL. 



2651500 



BELGIUM. 

OTH CTY. 

TOTAL. 



2652000 



U KING.. 

OTH CTY. 

TOTAL. 



2654000 

MEXICO 

BRAZIL 

KENYA 

MOZAMBQ 

TOTAL 



2655000 



ECUADOR. 

PHIL R.. 

TOTAL. 



2665110 



ITALY... 

OTH CTY. 

TOTAL. 



2665120 



CANADA.. 
U KING.. 
FR GERM. 
ITALY... 
JAPAN... 
TOTAL. 



2665300 



U KING.. 
FR GERM. 
ITALY... 
IRAN.... 
JAPAN... 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



2665800 



CANADA.. 
FR GERM. 
ITALY... 
ROMANIA. 
CHINA T. 
JAPAN... 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



2667500 



U KING.. 

SPAIN... 

ITALY... 

TOTAL. 



2672000 



CANADA.. 
U KING.. 
NETHLDS. 
FR GERM. 
ISRAEL.. 
REP SAF. 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



RAMIE, RAW, WASTE, ADVANCED WASTE, AND FIBERS PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



42 382 
42 382 



42 382 
42 382 



45 408 
45 408 



FLAX/ RAW, WASTE, ADVANCED WASTE, AND FIBERS PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



332 052 

26 660 

358 712 



238 732 
515 

239 247 



238 732 
541 

239 273 



253 711 
541 

254 252 



332 052 

26 660 

358 712 



TRUE HEMP, RAW, WASTE, ADVANCEO WASTE, AND FIBERS PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



115 768 
242 

116 010 



28 461 

288 

28 749 



28 461 

293 

28 754 



28 461 

293 

28 754 



115 768 
242 

116 010 



SISAL AND HENEQUEN, RAW, WASTE, ADVANCED WASTE* AND FIBERS PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



5 937 

452 768 

49 152 

229 368 

737 225 



5 937 

452 768 

49 152 

229 368 

737 225 



5 937 

561 806 

71 491 

307 545 

946 779 



ABACA, RAW, WASTE, ADVANCED WASTE, AND FIBERS PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



387 007 

89 632 

476 639 



386 947 

89 632 

476 579 



442 242 
121 351 
563 593 



nylon filament fibers, noncontinuous, over z not over 8 inches in length, etc. 



10 606 
976 

11 582 



20 923 

1 274 

22 197 



20 239 
1 274 

21 513 



nylon filament fibers, noncontinuous, nspf 



12 409 

40 183 

45 492 

177 266 

50 224 

325 574 



13 374 
40 183 
45 460 

176 496 
49 077 

324 590 



20 989 

2 022 

23 Oil 



13 374 
43 255 
48 064 

191 322 
57 851 

353 866 



10 606 
976 

11 582 



ACRYLIC fibers, NONCONTINUOUS, NOT CARDED OR COMBED 



122 391 
751 397 
25 789 
137 589 
226 545 
2 603 
266 314 



70 227 

566 650 

10 762 

27 904 

178 009 

1 878 

855 430 



70 227 

560 542 

10 762 

27 904 

177 592 

1 989 

849 016 



78 044 

606 608 

12 517 

34 220 

200 157 

1 989 

933 535 



122 391 

751 397 
25 789 
137 589 
226 545 
2 603 
266 314 



NONCELLULOSIC FIBERS N.S.P.F., NONCONTINUOUS, NOT CARDED OR COMBED 



17 699 

59 373 

33 867 

220 770 

1 304 700 
820 211 

3 344 

2 459 964 



7 710 

73 179 

40 780 

94 520 

483 921 

700 801 

4 100 

1 405 Oil 



8 518 

73 090 

40 028 

104 962 

483 921 

689 665 

4 100 

1 404 284 



8 518 

76 922 

41 293 

126 404 

542 954 

770 264 

4 596 

1 570 951 



17 699 

59 373 

33 867 

220 770 

1 304 700 
620 211 

3 344 

2 459 964 



MANMADE FIBERS, CARDED, COMBED, OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED BUT NOT SPUN 



46 498 

56 910 

313 532 

416 940 



32 232 

15 711 

131 714 

179 657 



32 362 

15 711 

131 714 

179 787 



WASTE AND ADVANCED WASTE OF MANMADE FIBERS 



724 068 

148 403 

157 412 

409 080 

99 540 

93 762 

36 621 

668 886 



164 055 

51 837 

33 929 

91 874 

12 667 

17 998 

2 427 

374 787 



169 480 
51 837 
33 929 
91 874 
12 667 
17 998 
2 427 

380 212 



36 514 

19 102 

151 613 

207 229 



169 480 
62 030 
38 211 

108 377 

17 885 

24 532 

6 608 

427 123 



46 498 

56 910 

313 532 

416 940 



724 068 

148 403 

157 412 

409 080 

99 540 

93 762 

36 621 

1 668 886 



42 


382 


42 


382 


238 


732 




515 


239 


247 


28 


461 




288 


28 


749 


SPUt> 


1 


5 


937 


452 


768 


49 


152 


229 


368 


737 


225 


387 


007 


89 


632 


476 


639 


20 


923 


1 


274 


22 


197 


12 


409 


40 


183 


45 


492 


177 


266 


50 


224 


325 


574 


70 


227 


566 


650 


10 


762 


27 


904 


178 


009 


1 


878 


855 


430 


7 


710 


73 


179 


40 


780 


94 


520 


483 


921 


700 


801 


4 


100 


405 


OU 


32 


232 


15 


711 


131 


714 


179 


657 


164 


055 


51 


837 


33 


929 


91 


874 


12 


667 


17 


998 


2 


427 


374 


787 



42 


382 


42 


382 


(LB) 




238 


732 




541 


239 


273 


<LB) 




28 


461 




293 


28 


754 


5 


937 


452 


768 


49 


152 


229 


368 


737 


225 


386 


947 


89 


632 


476 


579 


(LB 




20 


239 


1 


274 


21 


513 


(LB 




13 


374 


40 


183 


45 


460 


176 


496 


49 


077 


324 


590 


(LB 




70 


227 


560 


542 


10 


762 


27 


904 


177 


592 


1 


989 


849 


016 


(LB 


( 


8 


518 


73 


090 


40 


028 


104 


962 


483 


921 


689 


665 


4 


100 


404 


284 


(LB 




32 


362 


15 


711 


131 


714 


179 


787 


(LB 




169 


480 


51 


837 


33 


929 


91 


874 


12 


667 


17 


998 


2 


427 


380 


212 



45 


408 


45 


408 


253 


711 




541 


254 


252 


28 


461 




293 


28 


754 


5 


937 


561 


806 


71 


491 


307 


545 


946 


779 


442 


242 


121 


351 


563 


593 


20 


989 


2 


022 


23 


Oil 


13 


374 


43 


255 


48 


064 


191 


322 


57 


851 


353 


866 


78 


044 


606 


608 


12 


517 


34 


220 


200 


157 


1 


989 


933 


535 


6 


516 


76 


922 


41 


293 


126 


404 


542 


954 


770 


264 


4 


596 


570 


951 


36 


514 


19 


102 


151 


613 


207 


229 


169 


480 


62 


030 


38 


211 


108 


377 


17 


885 


24 


532 


6 


608 


427 


123 



2-52 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 



ISee "Eiplwimon ol Suimict" lorinlomiMion on covtragt. dot l ' 

of the import suture Shipment! vriuKl l*« ttitn S7SI ft ihown only ondti Stfwduto A commodii« numbti 990 00 X m 



,, 



















■ 




V.lu 





























2673020 



'-• NADA, . 
TOTAL. 



2673040 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

TOTAL 

2681025 

ARGENT 

U KING 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

r. ZEAL 

REP SAP 

TOTiL 

2681035 



N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2681 

ICELAND 

N ZEA L 

TOTAL... . 

2681060 

ARGENT 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2661080 

ARGENT 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2662020 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

U KING 

SYRIA 

LEBANON 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2682025 

CANADA 

ARGENT 

U KING 

AUSTRAL 

N Z£4l 

TOTAL 

2682035 

ARGENT 

IRAQ 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2682040 

U KING 

TOTAL 

2682045 

ARGENT 

U XING 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 



CElLULOSIC FIBERS, NONC : , CARPET AND RUG TYPE, NOT CARDED 0* C0H6EC 



32 122 
32 12? 



32 95C 
32 950 



32 986 
32 966 



32 986 



32 122 



CELLULOSIC FIBERS, NONCONTINUOUS, . . .-., NOT CARDED OR CO* 



93 M45 
370 657 

31 288 
626 929 
122 J19 



61 614 

160 960 

7 16* 

315 490 

565 228 



64 722 

19<l 532 

7 16* 

317 336 

563 75* 



WOOL* NOT OVER 40' S, IN THE GREASE OR IASXEO 



190 628 

67 273 

15 46C 

145 721 

16" 160 



361 626 

115 616 
16 297 
12 655 

208 633 
7 095 

75* 322 



361 626 

115 616 
46 297 
12 655 

206 633 
7 095 

754 322 



64 722 

210 163 

6 396 

3*6 753 

632 03« 



362 032 

121 313 

51 32; 

236 35* 

6 757 



wool* over *c«s to - • 



268 
268 



- 
147 



39* 489 
J9* *89 






»52 369 
«52 369 



wool* over h^'S to »fs, 



- 
in 

115 



505 
218 



9 017 
156 656 
165 673 



9 017 
152 656 
161 673 



9 692 



WOOL/ OVER 46'S TO 58'S. -USE 0« ■ 



5! 

258 

331 



269 
833 
00* 
106 



72 973 

««0 775 

26 123 

5*1 671 



72 97* 
*«0 775 

26 123 
5*1 872 



wool/ over 58'S, : 

5* 698 83 555 63 555 

2 0*5 3 42 3 »72 8*3 

2 100 109 3 50* 293 3 556 396 



76 399 
•71 197 

31 636 
561 232 



69 6C7 
3 706 276 
3 797 663 



WOOL/ NAMEC EXCEPT MERINO, SCOURED OR CARfc 



1* 250 

10* 500 

18 631 

17 621 

88 6*1 

3 950 

2*7 793 



20 310 

32 22S 

88 907 

3 950 

333 318 



20 310 

32 228 

88 907 

3 950 

333 318 



wool/ not over *o'S, scoureo or carbonized 



2 003 

35 978 

17 079 

23" 950 

331 123 



6 097 

76 58* 

62 06* 

26 128 

3*6 826 

519 699 



6 112 
78 56* 
62 06* 

20 128 
346 826 
513 714 



175 293 

'- . 

22 907 

97 356 

. 65* 

355 993 



6 112 

82 646 

?- M! 

22 9-5 

391 893 

5W 28 1 



WOOL/ OVER *0'S TO 44'S, SCOURED OR CARBONIZED 



-. iee 

30 306 
105 709 
207 205 



81 396 
29 135 

287 009 



81 396 

29 135 

176 478 

287 009 



8e 385 
32 020 

316 608 



WOOL/ OVER 44 is TO 46'S, SCOURED, DUTY FREE 



5 684 
5 684 



12 124 
12 124 



12 124 
12 124 



13 028 

13 02e 



WOOL* OVER 44'S T 48'S, SCOURED OR CARBONIZED 



13" 051 

8 393 

153 214 

298 658 



171 364 

21 562 

248 719 

401 645 



131 364 
21 562 

248 730 

401 656 



143 06- 

23 2.t 

280 99C 

447 270 



370 657 

31 266 

626 929 

122 319 



67 273 
3* 722 

145 721 

10 176 

46* 160 



266 1*7 
266 1*7 



* 5f)5 
111 216 



55 269 

256 833 

17 004 

331 106 



2 100 109 



104 500 

16 631 

17 621 
68 6*1 

3 950 
247 793 



2 003 

35 976 

11 -• 

234 950 



71 166 
30 J0« 

105 709 
207 205 



5 684 
5 684 



.1- .i: 

e 393 

153 214 

296 658 



32 950 



180 960 
7 164 



361 626 

115 616 

46 297 

206 633 



394 469 



156 656 



72 973 

440 775 

26 123 

541 871 



63 555 

736 
- 293 



20 310 

66 907 



6 097 

62 064 

26 128 

346 626 

519 699 



Bi ;9t 

29 135 

lie 

- 



12 124 
12 124 



131 364 

21 562 

248 719 

401 645 



(LB) 



a 


966 




966 


(l6 




64 




194 




1 








563 


75« 


(CL6 




361 






616 




297 


1? 


655 


206 


633 


7 


095 




322 


(CL6 
















9 


017 


152 


656 


161 


673 


(CLB 




72 


974 




775 


26 


123 


5*1 


672 


ICLB 




63 


555 


- 


6*3 


556 


396 


(LB 




20 


II 


166 


446 


32 


226 




,77 


66 


907 


3 




333 


316 


(LB 




6 


112 


76 


564 


62 




20 


126 




626 






(LB 




61 


396 


29 




176 


478 






(CL8 




12 






.-- 






131 




21 




248 


730 




656 



32 


966 




966 


64 


722 


210 




6 


396 


348 


753 


632 


034 


362 


032 


121 




51 


320 


14 


657 






6 


757 


614 




452 


389 


452 




9 


692 


171 


906 


161 




76 


399 


471 


197 


31 


636 


561 


fit 


69 


607 


3 706 


276 


3 797 


883 


21 


600 






34 


176 


?i 




97 


356 




659 


355 




6 


112 


82 


646 


64 


665 


22 




391 




566 




66 


385 


32 


020 




203 


316 


6C8 






13 




143 




23 




260 




447 


c- . 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-53 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2682060 



W00L> OVER 48'S TO 58'S, SCOURED OR CARBONIZED 



(LB) 



ARGENT 

U KING 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2682080 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2683010 

MONGOLA 

TOTAL 

2683050 

U KING 

IRAN 

CHINA M 

MONGOLA 

TOTAL 

2683070 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2685100 

C RICA 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

CHINA M 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2685920 

U KINS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

CHINA M 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2685940 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

TOTAL 

2685960 

NETHLDS 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2686110 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

U KING 

AUSTRAL 

EGYPT 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2686130 

CANADA 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 



74 636 

8 356 

129 "00 

5 946 

218 338 



108 428 

20 529 

185 204 

10 589 

324 750 



108 428 
20 529 

185 204 
10 589 

324 750 



WOOL; OVER 58iS, SCOURED OR CARBONIZED 



20 070 
55 580 

058 514 
40 853 

175 017 



31 555 

91 133 

723 945 

74 458 

921 091 



31 555 

91 133 
722 945 

74 458 
920 091 



hair of the camel, except on the skin 



24 071 
2<+ 071 



81 110 
81 110 



81 110 
81 110 



114 918 
21 023 

206 159 
11 738 

353 838 



32 955 
96 675 

1 884 751 

81 749 

2 096 130 



84 132 
84 132 



74 636 
8 356 

129 400 
5 946 

218 338 



20 070 

55 580 

1 058 514 

40 853 

1 175 017 



24 071 
24 071 



HAIR OF THE CASHMERE GOAT AND SIMILAR HAIR/ EXCEPT ON THE SKIN 



2 689 

50 446 

120 382 

1 870 

175 387 



10 045 

279 486 

707 257 

27 876 

024 664 



10 045 

279 486 

707 257 

27 876 

1 024 664 



10 500 

285 860 

741 254 

28 177 

1 065 791 



2 689 

50 446 

120 382 

1 870 

175 387 



HAIR OF THE ANGORA RABBIT, ANGORA GOAT AND SIMILAR HAIR, EXCEPT ON THE SKIN 



5 426 
5 426 



3 509 
3 509 



3 509 
3 509 



HORSEHAIR, CRUDE, SORTED, AND/OR TREATED 



9 570 

7 533 

53 472 

36 216 

4 408 

220 

111 419 



26 040 

14 693 

102 717 

93 817 

47 161 

6 457 

290 885 



26 040 
14 693 

102 717 

93 817 

47 161 

6 467 

290 895 



3 509 
3 509 



26 584 
15 416 

110 171 

98 643 

48 459 

6 577 

305 850 



426 
426 



9 570 

7 533 

53 472 

36 216 

4 408 

220 

111 419 



HAIR, SOFT OF BOVINE EAR, GOAT BEARD, CIVET, ETC., CRUDE, SORTED, AND/OR TREATED 



79 

62 303 

1 213 

83 

330 

201 

64 209 



34 870 

15 576 

9 775 

72 748 

19 355 

3 548 

155 872 



34 870 

15 576 

9 775 

72 748 

19 355 

3 548 

155 872 



34 998 

18 592 
10 019 
72 838 

19 706 
3 701 

159 854 



79 

62 303 

1 213 

83 

330 

201 

64 2q9 



GOAT AND KID HAIR, EXCEPT BEARD HAIR, CRUDE, SORTED, AND/OR TREATED 



1 653 

3 087 

4 740 



9 080 
7 897 

16 977 



9 080 

7 897 

16 977 



9 310 

8 410 

17 720 



HAIR AND FUR N.S.P.F., CRUDE, SORTED, AND/OR TREATED 



242 930 
229 

243 159 



69 265 

2 032 

71 297 



69 265 

2 032 

71 297 



86 460 

2 124 

88 584 



WOOL WASTE, BURR AND CARD, WHETHER OR NOT ADVANCED 



13 105 

111 169 

119 611 

115 940 

192 006 

48 010 

12 780 

7 048 

619 669 



17 440 

86 443 

90 975 

105 451 

205 560 

28 033 

17 980 

4 149 

556 031 



17 440 

86 443 

90 975 

105 451 

205 560 

26 506 

17 980 

4 149 

55<; 504 



WOOL NOILS, WHETHER OR NOT ADVANCED 



24 983 

22 222 

329 249 

187 136 

196 668 



18 456 

21 111 

318 799 

214 524 

238 712 



18 456 

21 111 

318 794 

214 524 

240 676 



18 148 

94 327 

99 036 

116 425 

220 372 

32 617 

18 538 

5 353 

604 816 



18 456 

22 898 

344 822 

229 406 

258 346 



1 653 

3 087 

4 740 



242 930 
229 

243 159 



13 105 

111 169 

119 611 

115 940 

192 006 

48 010 

12 780 

7 048 

619 669 



24 983 

22 222 

329 249 

187 136 

198 668 



108 


428 


20 


529 


185 


204 


10 


589 


324 


750 


31 


555 


91 


133 


723 


945 


74 


458 


921 


091 


61 


110 


81 


110 


10 


045 


279 


486 


707 


257 


27 


876 


024 


664 


3 


509 


3 


509 


26 


040 


14 


693 


102 


717 


93 


817 


47 


161 


6 


457 


290 


885 


34 


870 


15 


576 


9 


775 


72 


748 


19 


355 


3 


548 


155 


872 


9 


080 


7 


897 


16 


977 


69 


265 


2 


032 


71 


297 


17 


440 


86 


443 


90 


975 


105 


451 


205 


560 


28 


033 


17 


980 


4 


149 


556 


031 


18 


456 


21 


111 


318 


799 


214 


524 


238 


712 



108 


428 


20 


529 


185 


204 


10 


589 


324 


750 


(LB) 




31 


555 


91 


133 


1 722 


945 


74 


456 


1 920 


091 


(LB) 




81 


no 


81 


110 


(LB) 




10 


045 


279 


486 


707 


257 


27 


876 


1 024 


664 


(LB) 




3 


509 


3 


509 


(LB! 




26 


040 


14 


693 


102 


717 


93 


617 


47 


161 


6 


467 


290 


895 


(LB 




34 


870 


15 


576 


9 


775 


72 


748 


19 


355 


3 


548 


155 


872 


(LB 




9 


080 


7 


897 


16 


977 


(LB 




69 


265 


2 


032 


71 


297 


(LB 




17 


440 


86 


443 


90 


975 


105 


451 


205 


560 


26 


506 


17 


980 


4 


149 


554 


504 


(LB) 


18 


456 


21 


111 


318 


794 


214 


524 


240 


676 



114 


918 


21 


023 


206 


159 


11 


738 


353 


838 


32 


955 


96 


675 


1 884 


751 


81 


749 


2 096 


130 


84 


132 


84 


132 


10 


500 


285 


860 


741 


254 


28 


177 


1 065 


791 


3 


509 


3 


509 


26 


584 


15 


416 


110 


171 


98 


643 


48 


459 


6 


577 


305 


850 


34 


998 


18 


592 


10 


019 


72 


838 


19 


706 


3 


701 


159 


854 


9 


310 


8 


410 


17 


720 


86 


460 


2 


124 


88 


584 


18 


148 


94 


327 


99 


036 


116 


425 


220 


372 


32 


617 


16 


538 


5 


353 


604 


816 


18 


456 


22 


898 


344 


822 


229 


406 


258 


346 



2-54 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C.i.t. Values Continued 

{S«e 'Explanation ol Suuilia' to> information on c<Mi»gi.il«uol impofUhbn U 

ol tht unpon lUUBia Shipmono v#u«d <tm th»n OS) m tncx> muta * tommod.ty numb* »0 00Q0 and tiduOM) liom «« o»w »■"■• 






Country 

of 
origin 



Currr..' 






Xcl 
quanll ly 



U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

ISRAEL 

AUSTRAL 

EGYPT 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

2686150 

CANADA 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

U KING 

NETMLDS 

BELGIUH 

HG KONG 

N ZEAL 

OTM CTY 

TOTAL 

2686170 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

U KING 

FRANCE 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2687000 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2690013 

U KING 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2690035 

THAILND 

MG KONG 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2690055 

NETHLDS 

JAPAN 

TUNISIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2690070 

CANADA 

ICELAND 

OENHARK 

U KING 

ITALY 

JAPAN.. 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2690090 

CANADA 

U KIN6 

HG KONG 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2712000 

CHILE 

TOTAL 



■♦69 016 

me iq<s 

«6 que 

5 923 

17 153 

60 015 

1M0 932 

93 VJ7 

1 7 HI 131 



5 650 

9 601 

31 06" 

157 568 

16 7iC 

17 379 
. - - 
17 562 

8 597 

278 308 



71* 509 
268 829 
77 797 
12 821 
23 891 
64 612 
222 810 

301 466 



5 368 

11 27* 

35 786 

162 335 

19 367 

27 235 

■ 

7 300 

3 2*1 

288 381 



268 829 

77 797 

12 821 

23 891 

64 612 

222 810 

101 613 

303 116 



5 388 

11 271 

35 786 

162 335 

19 367 

27 235 

16 173 

7 300 

3 211 

288 HOI 



HASTE OF KOOL OR OTHER MIJNAL -»:*» N.S.P.F, 



27 186 

22 372 

40 803 
. M 

35 860 

77 27t 

176 255 

11 213 

5 750 

641 166 



21 382 
13 762 
40 734 

160 312 
39 139 
39 228 

235 188 

11 511 

3 232 

364 708 



21 87* 
13 762 

10 75* 
160 512 

39 139 

59 228 

235 188 

11 311 
3 232 

383 200 



■ OOL OR OTHER iM»Il -il», CAROED OR CCBED, EXCEPT TO<»S 



263 

263 



1 4 36 

1 «36 



I «M 



SCRAP C0R0A6E OF TEXTILE MATERIALS 



31 119 
01 626 
72 745 



19 277 

3 718 

22 993 



19 276 

3 719 

22 99<t 



Rags of bagging and sugar sack fabric 



2 073 906 
76 533 
44 069 

2 19* 528 



90 528 

■ .-- 

3 153 

LOO LSW 



■IPING RAGS OF COTTON N.S.°. e . 



17 026 

156 850 

32 529 

2<* 913 

231 318 



10 088 

81 11* 

10 357 

2 870 

104 429 



RASS OF IIOOL N.S.P.F. 



39 055 
13 161 

5 423 
3m 713 

6 983 
39 200 
28 570 

9 526 
483 631 



6 267 

5 910 

5 641 

284 024 

9 905 

::- .-- 

26 775 

3 678 

354 704 



90 528 

6 448 

3 153 

100 129 



10 088 

85 47J 

10 357 

2 945 

108 865 



6 317 
5 910 

5 641 

284 224 

9 905 

12 504 

26 775 

3 678 

354 954 



RAGS OF OTHER TEXTILE FIBERS/ SS»F 



337 340 

61 989 
209 073 

48 373 
656 775 

SODIUM NITRATE 



41 533 

12 256 

13 987 
8 278 

76 056 



15 886 
15 886 



1 566 393 
1 566 393 



13 286 

12 256 

13 987 
8 278 

77 807 



1 566 393 

1 566 393 



732 729 


•469 016 


26c ' 


146 449 


81 341 


46 146 


13 326 


5 923 


26 609 




73 338 


60 OlS 


228 776 


140 932 


,■93 


93 937 


2 432 884 


■ 


. • 


08 NOT ADVA* 


3 388 


3 630 


12 181 


9 601 


37 732 


1] • - 


172 397 


137 566 


20 852 




28 277 




17 308 


- 


. --93 






8 397 


306 333 


276 306 


21 k 




1« 799 


22 372 


6*9 


40 803 


179 063 




-92 


33 860 


63 007 


•■ 


260 168 


171 


13 • 




3 331 


3 750 


.61 


166 


EXCEPT TOPS 




.14 








22 104 


. 


6 368 


. ' 


26 692 


72 743 


219 


• 


9 092 


76 533 


6 756 


.. 


167 097 


2 1* 


11 101 


17 026 


93 • 


156 830 


11 I 


32 529 


< 945 




119 60S 


231 3l8 


6 317 


39 053 


7 .. 


13 161 


6 C-2 




304 113 


3-1 713 


10 - - 


5 983 


16 112 


39 200 


30 571 


28 570 


4 939 


9 526 


383 678 


-83 631 


13 286 


337 340 


17 551 


61 989 


16 668 


209 073 


11 111 


ie 373 


88 919 


656 775 


1 726 982 


15 886 


; "2b 982 


15 836 





309 


266 






797 


12 


621 


23 




64 


612 


222 


610 


104 


613 


' . 




3 


366 


11 






766 




333 


• 








• 




1 


300 


' 




266 




. 




' 




10 








• 




59 












J 




364 




1 




1 




19 




3 




?2 


993 






6 




3 


■ 


100 


129 


10 


068 


81 




10 




2 


670 


. - 


429 


6 


267 


5 




5 


641 




021 


9 




12 


504 


26 




3 


678 




704 


91 


535 


12 


256 


13 


987 


8 


2 , e 


76 


0^6 


1 566 


393 


I 566 


393 











714 3J0 


732 729 


266 629 


280 321 


77 797 


61 311 




13 326 


23 «V1 


26 609 


61 612 




i.2 610 


226 776 




122 293 


2 JOJ ••« 


2 IV 


(LSI 






3 366 


11 274 


12 461 


33 786 


37 732 




172 397 


19 367 


20 632 








17 306 


7 300 


9 793 




1 123 


|M 101 


306 333 


(LSI 






21 671 


' 


11 799 




13 693 


160 312 


■ 




11 492 


. 






260 166 




13 3U 


3 232 


3 331 


363 200 


bll 161 


(LB) 






1 Hi 


I ««• 


1 144 


fu8) 




19 276 




3 716 


t 366 




26 692 


(LB) 






171 249 


6 116 


9 092 


3 133 


6 736 


100 129 


167 097 


(LB) 




10 068 


11 *01 


65 175 


93 630 




11 609 


i 915 


2 945 


106 663 


11 1 


(LB) 




6 317 


1 317 


5 9iO 




5 611 






- 113 




■ 


12 501 




26 775 


30 371 


3 678 




354 931 


363 676 


(L3) 






43 266 


12 lit 




13 987 


16 666 


6 276 


11 1H 


77 807 


66 919 


(STSI 




1 566 393 


1 726 962 




726 962 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-55 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f, Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January lo date 


Country 
of 


Net. 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2713000 phosphates* crude, and apatite 



CANADA 

M0R0C 

TOTAL 

2731220 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2731240 

MEXICO 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2731300 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

FINLAND 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2732100 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2732200 

CANADA 

DOM REP 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2733010 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2734025 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2734040 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2742012 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2771010 

CANADA 

FINLAND 

U KING...... 

IRELAND 

USSR 

GREECE 

JAPAN 

ZAIRE 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2771020 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

ZAIRE 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 



407 
86 431 
88 838 



21 642 
2 041 731 
2 063 373 



25 246 
2 041 731 
2 066 977 



28 467 
2 431 020 
2 459 487 



MARBLE; AND BRECCIA, IN BLOCK, ROUGH OR SQUARED ONLY 



1 326 

56 

1 382 



22 232 
327 

22 559 



22 232 

352 

22 584 



37 610 

352 

37 962 



407 
88 431 
88 838 



1 326 

56 

1 382 



21 642 
2 041 731 
2 063 373 



22 232 
327 

22 559 



TRAVERTINE AND OTHER STONE* UNMANUFACTURED, AND ONYX IN BLOCK, ROUGH OR SQUARED ONLY 



529 

1 702 

2 231 



5 220 
4 676 
9 896 



5 395 

4 676 

10 071 



GRANITE, LIMESTONE AND STONE NSPF, UNWORKED 



74 393 

5 671 

11 005 

64 557 

3 562 

159 188 



80 821 

5 671 

11 005 

65 583 

3 562 

166 642 



plaster rock or gypsum and gypsum cement 



1 331 058 
755 180 

25 445 

1 219 

2 112 902 



1 347 288 
754 946 

25 445 

1 219 

2 128 896 



5 395 
12 651 
18 046 



80 821 

5 671 

22 640 

65 583 

3 819 

178 534 



2 650 542 
1 002 175 

40 136 
1 353 

3 694 206 



5 2 9 
702 
231 



5 220 
4 676 
9 896 



74 393 

5 671 

11 005 

64 557 

3 562 

159 188 



1 331 058 
755 180 

25 445 

1 219 

2 112 902 



LIMESTONE, CRUDE, NOT SUITABLE FOR USE AS MONUMENTAL, PAVING OR BUILDING STONE 



10 556 

14 707 

2 

25 265 



41 425 

64 714 

950 

107 089 



43 228 

64 714 

950 

108 892 



sand* crude or manufactured, and gravel 



9 530 

126 

9 656 



20 038 

6 815 

26 853 



20 442 

6 815 

27 257 



61 506 

127 439 

1 119 

190 064 



27 630 

9 879 

37 509 



LIMESTONE CHIPS AND SPALLS; LIMESTONE, CRUSHED OR GROUND 



297 321 
297 321 



407 411 
407 411 



461 
461 



329 
329 



680 453 
680 453 



10 556 

14 707 

2 

25 265 



9 530 

126 

9 656 



297 321 
297 321 



41 425 

64 714 

950 

107 089 



20 038 

6 815 

26 853 



407 411 
407 411 



MARBLE, BRECCIA, ONYX AND STONE, NSPF, IN CHIPS, SPALLS, OR CRUSHED OR GROUND; QUARTZITE 



45 301 

5 597 

50 898 

IRON SULFIDE OR PYRITES 



45 378 

5 597 

50 975 



538 
538 



538 
538 



80 127 

20 753 

100 880 



4 015 
4 015 



45 301 

5 597 

50 898 



538 
538 



DIAMONDS* SYNTHETIC, INCLUDING POWDER OR DUST, NOT SET* NOT SUITABLE FOR USE AS JEWELRY 



7 583 
24 780 

4 500 

561 225 

38 000 

31 940 

48 500 

3 250 
71 990 

3 102 
794 870 



13 911 

28 692 

12 450 

1 188 092 

48 825 

40 331 

57 924 

11 688 

115 706 

4 201 

1 521 620 



13 861 
23 692 
12 466 

188 092 
48 325 
40 331 
5~> 924 
11 988 

115 706 
4 201 

522 086 



13 938 

28 779 

12 456 

1 195 102 

49 125 

40 501 

59 234 

11 988 

116 524 

4 412 

1 532 069 



7 583 

24 7e0 

4 500 

561 225 

38 000 

31 940 

48 500 

3 250 

71 990 

3 102 

794 870 



13 911 

28 692 

12 450 

188 092 

48 825 

40 331 

57 924 

11 688 

115 706 

4 201 

521 820 



(STN) 

25 246 
2 041 731 
2 066 977 

(CFT) 

22 232 

352 

22 584 

(CFT) 

5 395 

4 676 

10 071 



80 821 

5 671 

11 005 

65 583 

3 562 

166 642 



. 347 288 

754 946 

25 445 

1 219 

> 128 898 

{STN) 

43 228 

64 714 

950 

108 892 

(LTN) 

20 442 

6 815 

27 257 

(STN) 

461 329 
461 329 



45 378 

5 597 

50 975 



(LTN) 



538 
538 



(CAR) 

13 861 

28 692 

12 466 

. 188 092 

46 625 

40 331 

57 924 

11 968 

115 706 

4 201 

. 522 085 



DIAMONDS* NATURAL (CAR30NADOS AND OTHER NATURAL DIAMONDS) NOT SET, NOT SUITABLE F JEWELRY (CAR) 



4 000 

14 341 

177 527 

2 500 

196 368 



30 800 

42 453 

1 307 757 

13 600 

1 394 610 



30 800 

42 453 

1 307 757 

13 600 

1 394 610 



30 800 

42 595 

1 309 305 

13 615 

1 396 315 



4 000 

14 341 

177 527 

2 500 

198 368 



30 800 

42 453 

1 307 757 

13 600 

1 394 610 



30 800 

42 453 

1 307 757 

13 600 

1 394 610 



28 


467 


2 431 


020 


2 459 


487 


37 


610 




352 


37 


962 


5 


395 


12 


651 


18 


046 


80 


821 


5 


671 


22 


640 


65 


583 


3 


819 


178 


534 


2 650 


542 


1 002 


175 


40 


136 


1 


353 


3 694 


206 


61 


506 


127 


439 


1 


119 


190 


064 


27 


630 


9 


879 


37 


509 


680 


453 


680 


453 


80 


127 


20 


753 


100 


860 


4 


015 


4 


015 


13 


938 


28 


779 


12 


466 


1 195 


102 


49 


125 


40 


501 


59 


234 


11 


988 


116 


524 


4 


412 


1 532 


069 


30 


800 


42 


595 


1 309 


305 


13 


615 


1 396 


315 



2-56 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 



(S«e"E»pl»n»tion olSuiiflia" lof inlormnion on co«'«9». a«i otimpurtiiion.dffininomol C i- ■ •». « »t 4*» 

ol the import Ultima Shipment! .*j»e irv. thn S?41 tn shown only an*' Sdwdait A tommoAtv iwtli MO OM md «*c 






2771030 



NATURAL DIAMOND CRUSHING BORT 



(CA4) 







( unctil m.inili 
























Count ry 


quftnl 
















ort 


' nm% f.% 















28 546 




90 


731 


90 


731 


•. 


857 


28 


546 


90 




90 


91 657 




28 546 




90 


731 


90 


731 


91 


857 


. 


546 


90 




90 731 


91 657 


2771040 


industrial 


DIAMONCS, 


NATURAL. NOT S-. 


NOT SUITABLE 


FOR JE»ELRY 






(CAR) 






7 903 




iee 


100 


186 




166 




7 


»0J 






iee 100 


166 780 








48 


294 


48 


294 


48 




2 














■ 






2 32 


31 


232 






• 










31 391 




l J 




39 


129 


39 


125 


39 


345 


. 










39 345 




149 




35 


*46 


35 


466 


35 








35 




35 - 


35 745 




1 091 




33 


171 


33 


171 


33 




1 






. 


33 . 


33 J34 




1 280 




6 


997 


6 


997 


7 




1 


280 


6 


997 




7 115 


REP SAF 


391 972 




4 178 


050 • 


176 


066 


- 1*1 


. 




972 




050 


« 176 066 


4 191 159 








13 


691 


13 


007 




483 


2 


6}6 






13 007 


13 4*3 




41.' M 




4 574 


126 


573 


458 


« 568 












• «56 


4 588 66« 


2772110 


DIAMOND pohder 


OR Ou^ 


















(CA4) 






152 408 




389 


163 


389 


163 




366 


152 


40* 






369 163 


391 366 




49 844 




63 


512 


63 


512 


63 


639 






6J 


512 


63 ■ 


63 63V 


FR GERM 


18 060 




32 


508 


32 


508 


32 




16 


060 




506 


H 508 


12 544 




551 




9 


524 


9 


524 


9 








9 


524 


9 • 


9 544 




6 0J2 




21 


273 


21 


273 


21 


335 


8 


032 






21 273 


21 335 




}< 187 




' ! 


257 


303 


257 


' 


047 




167 






303 257 


305 047 




1 300 




' 


484 


3 


486 


3 


501 


. 


300 


3 


484 


3 «66 


3 501 




366 382 




822 




822 


723 


827 


178 


366 








•22 723 


•27 176 


2772500 


NATURAL ABRASIVES CRUOE OR PROCESSED ANO 


BURRSTONt 


BLOCKS; 01' 


Oft P«OCSC 








_ 




5 


758 


6 


304 


• 


' - 




- 


5 


756 


• ?04 


6 304 




- 




16 


800 


16 


800 


16 






- 


16 


600 


16 600 


16 600 








Ml 


830 


111 


830 


123 


257 




- 






«30 


12' 




- 




19 


454 


19 






762 




- 


• 




19 654 


19 762 




- 




5 


526 


5 


526 


7 


177 




- 


5 




•26 


7 177 




- 




67 


863 


87 


663 


. 


776 




- 


87 




«7 663 


102 776 




- 




71 




71 


447 


77 


965 




- 


71 




. -47 


77 965 




- 




27 


375 


27 


375 


M 


966 




- 


27 




375 


36 966 




- 




6 


265 


6 


265 


7 






- 


6 




6 265 


7 129 




- 




35? 


516 


353 


064 


398 


176 




- 


352 


518 


564 


398 178 


2782115 


CmINA clay 


OR 


KAOLIN 


























5 299 




316 


387 


317 


339 


3^2 




5 


299 




367 


317 339 


392 604 




5 299 




316 


387 


317 


339 


392 


604 


5 


299 


316 


367 


317 339 


392 604 


2782152 


fullers earth. 


BENTONITF, BLUE 


ANC BA L L CLAY AND 


• 


not es. 


(LTM) 






51 




6 


094 


• 


104 


e 


104 




51 


6 


094 


.04 


6 104 




1 111 




67 


072 


67 


072 


105 


224 


1 


111 


• 




67 072 


10'. 




18 




6 


265 


6 


265 


11 


Oil 






6 




6 265 






1 18C 




- 




79 




122 


339 


1 


160 


79 




79 


122 339 


2782220 


GRAPHITE. 


NATURAL, CRYSTa. 


LU"P, C LA*E OR CHIP 












(LSI 






257 938 




'- 


554 


38 


554 




762 


257 


938 


38 




36 • 


51 762 




1 390 395 




267 


927 


267 


927 


308 


105 


1 390 


395 


267 


927 


927 


306 105 




1 648 333 




306 


481 


306 


481 


359 


867 




::3 


' t 


461 


481 


359 667 


2782240 


GRAPHITE. 


NATURAL, NSPF, CRUDE 


AND RE- 












(LB) 






51 700 




6 


080 


7 


098 


7 


329 


51 


- 


• 


080 


7 098 


7 329 




5 103 766 




101 


958 


tie 


541 


. . 




5 103 






958 


lit 541 


ic; 




231 485 




25 


200 


25 


200 


si 


667 






25 


200 


25 ! 


r* tt - ' 


USSR 


331 953 




20 


820 


20 


620 


c : 


86: 




'•5: 


20 




320 


51 651 




359 350 




60 


93S 


60 


938 


79 




359 


• 




938 


60 936 


79 699 




330 690 




53 


1«9 


53 


199 


65 


585 




690 


53 




199 


65 585 




357 ;-- 




53 




53 




72 


434 


357 


.-- 


3 




53 314 


72 434 




4 409 




3 


613 


3 


816 


3 


8>0 


- 




3 


818 


3 818 


3 87C 




6 770 499 




325 


327 


340 


928 


420 


39? 


t T7C 




325 


327 


340 928 


42C 393 


2732515 


REFRACTORY 


MAGNESIA, 


CONT-. 


NOT 


OVER 


4* LIME BY HEIGHT 








(LB J 






11 794 000 




1 147 


744 1 


147 


744 


: 235 


381 


. 


OCO 


: i«i 


--- 


. -" "-- 


1 235 361 




13 340 200 




1 228 


353 1 


228 


353 


: 314 


027 


13 340 


200 


1 226 


353 


1 228 353 


1 314 027 




3 192 




7 


108 


7 


108 


9 


005 


3 


192 


7 


108 


■ 108 


9 005 




25 137 392 




2 363 


205 2 


383 


205 


2 558 


413 


25 137 


392 


2 383 


205 


' 205 


2 556 413 


2782525 


REFRACTORY 


MAGNESIA 


;0NTAINISG 


BY HEIGHT 


OVER 4* LIME 










13TNJ 






123 




4 


482 


9 


906 


9 


r -.: 




123 


4 


482 


KM 


9 906 




28 




6 


417 


6 


417 


7 


596 




26 


6 


•11 


6 417 


7 596 




151 




10 


899 


16 


323 


17 


502 




151 


. 


899 


16 323 


17 502 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-57 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 









Schedule 


A commoc 


ity n 


umber, c 


escr] 


ption 


and unit of 


quantity 












Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 






Value 


(don 


ars ) 












Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 




F. 


a. s . 




C. 


i.f . 




quantity 




Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


2782540 


MAGNESITE, 


CRUDE AND 


CAUSTIC 


CALCINED 
















(LTN) 






382 

18 

400 


38 

4 
43 


973 

434 
407 




38 

4 

43 


972 

434 
406 




68 

6 

74 


617 
127 
744 




382 

18 

400 




38 973 

4 434 

43 407 


38 972 

4 434 
43 406 


68 617 

6 127 

74 744 


2783001 


salt in bulk or in bag, sack, 


BARREL 


, ETC OR IN BRINE 










(CWT) 




SPAIN 

OTH CTY 


2 237 265 

1 884 602 

483 160 

560 485 

539 482 

190 786 

330 690 

555 

6 227 025 


730 

703 

166 

232 

205 

60 

165 

4 

2 267 


024 
190 
374 
254 
065 
578 
000 
580 
065 


2 


748 
703 
166 
232 
205 
60 
165 
4 
285 


656 
190 
374 
254 
065 
578 
000 
580 
697 


1 
3 


928 
369 
295 
316 
375 
72 
269 
6 
632 


280 
091 
432 
071 
783 
146 
094 
855 
752 


2 237 

1 884 
483 
560 
539 
190 
330 

6 227 


265 

602 
160 
485 
482 
786 
690 
555 
025 


2 


730 024 
703 190 
166 374 
232 254 
205 065 
60 578 
165 000 
4 580 
267 065 


748 656 

703 190 

166 374 

232 254 

205 065 

60 578 

165 000 

4 580 

2 285 697 


928 280 

1 369 091 

295 432 

316 071 

375 783 

72 146 

269 094 

6 855 

3 632 752 


2784010 


ASBESTOS, 


AMOCITE 
























(STN) 






60 
60 


4 
4 


339 

339 




5 

5 


001 
001 




5 
5 


001 
001 




60 
60 




4 339 
4 339 


5 001 
5 001 


5 001 
5 001 


2784025 


ASBESTOS, 


CROCIDOLITE (BLUE) 






















(STN) 






49 
3 124 
3 173 


17 
2 033 
2 051 


688 
558 
246 


2 
2 


18 
033 
052 


608 
558 
166 


2 

2 


18 
249 
267 


608 
331 
939 


3 

3 


49 
124 
173 


2 

2 


17 688 
033 558 
051 246 


16 608 
2 033 558 
2 052 166 


18 608 
2 249 331 
2 267 939 


2784030 


ASBESTOS/ 


CHRYSOTILE 


CRUDES 






















(STN) 






22 

403 
425 


6 
254 
260 


209 
336 
545 




6 
254 
260 


304 
336 

640 




6 
291 
297 


304 
392 
696 




22 

403 
425 




6 209 
254 336 

260 545 


6 304 
254 336 
260 640 


6 304 
291 392 
297 696 


2784041 


ASBESTOS, 


CHRYSOTILE 


SPINNINC 


FIBERS 
















(STN) 






803 
B03 


658 
658 


647 
647 




671 
671 


515 
515 




672 

672 


409 
409 




803 
803 




658 647 
656 647 


671 515 
671 515 


672 409 
672 409 


2784050 


ASBESTOS, 


CHRYSOTILEj 


OTHER THAN CRUDES 


OR SPINNING FI8ERS 








(STN) 






47 320 

22 

47 342 


10 133 

8 

10 141 


113 
091 
204 


11 

11 


076 

8 

084 


153 
260 
413 


11 
11 


061 

8 

069 


738 

260 
99e 


47 
47 


320 
22 

342 


10 
10 


133 113 

8 091 
141 204 


11 076 153 

8 260 

11 084 413 


11 061 738 

8 260 

11 069 998 


2784060 


ASBESTOS, 


NSPF, CRUDE, NOT MANUFACTURED 
















(STN) 






1 045 
52 
11 
17 

1 125 


341 

13 

7 

3 

365 


001 
130 
690 
630 
451 




364 

13 

7 

3 

389 


705 
130 

690 
630 
155 




364 

19 

8 

4 

397 


705 
345 
930 
963 
943 


1 
1 


045 
52 
U 
17 

125 




341 001 

13 130 

7 690 

3 630 

365 451 


364 705 

13 130 

7 690 

3 630 

369 155 


364 705 

19 345 

8 930 

4 963 

397 943 


278521C 


MICA, SPLIT BLOCK 
























(LB) 






24 328 

6 394 

396 

31 118 


51 

21 

8 

81 


665 
385 

005 
055 




51 

21 

8 

81 


665 
406 
005 
076 




54 

22 

8 

85 


760 
792 
271 
823 


24 
6 

31 


328 
394 
396 
118 




51 665 

21 385 

8 005 

81 055 


51 665 

21 406 

8 005 

81 076 


54 760 

22 792 

8 271 

85 823 


278523C 


MICA SPLITTINGS 
























(LB) 






89 000 

44 250 

133 250 


34 
14 
48 


074 

800 
874 




35 

14 
50 


815 
800 
615 




40 
16 
57 


904 
951 
855 


89 

44 

133 


000 

250 
250 




34 074 

14 800 
48 874 


35 815 
14 800 
50 615 


40 904 
16 951 
57 855 


278525C 


MICA INCL 


PHLOGOPITE 


NOT OVER 2X1 INCH, 


MICA GROUND OR 


PULVRZD, AND MICA 


HASTE AND SCRAP (LB) 






173 813 
264 993 
438 806 


14 
14 
28 


467 
021 

488 




14 
15 
29 


467 
323 
790 




21 
26 

48 


591 
960 
551 


173 
264 
438 


613 
993 
806 




14 467 
14 021 
28 488 


14 467 

15 323 
29 790 


21 591 

26 960 
48 551 


2785305 


CRYOLITE OR KRYOLITH 
























(STN) 






60 

630 

282 

8 

980 


35 

271 

153 

6 

466 


114 
161 
817 
175 
267 




35 

253 

154 

6 

449 


114 
496 
687 
215 
512 




41 

288 

170 

6 

507 


756 
177 
423 
730 
086 




60 

630 

282 

8 

980 




35 114 

271 161 

153 817 

6 175 

466 267 


35 114 

253 496 

154 687 

6 215 

449 512 


41 756 

286 177 

170 423 

6 730 

507 086 


278542C 


FLUORSPAR 


























(LTN) 






55 279 

4 862 

18 129 

78 270 


3 993 

386 
1 230 
5 610 


464 
647 
718 
829 




3 

1 

5 


993 
386 
230 
610 


296 
647 
718 
661 


4 

1 
6 


360 
408 
548 
316 


587 
127 

155 
869 


55 

4 

18 

78 


279 

862 
129 
270 




3 

1 
5 


993 464 
366 647 
230 713 
610 829 


3 993 296 

386 647 
1 230 718 
5 610 661 


4 360 587 

408 127 

1 548 155 

6 316 869 



2-58 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2 Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.t.f. Values Continued 

(Ste'ExplnnjnonolSututia' lor mlomni.on on cowri*. dMt ol imporut.on. =•' ' •••*» . »"«■ •' •"»• * °- *■»■ 0,M c,y lu,h " to* 1 *"*! ** BftaM 

of the .mpon tunnies Shipment! vriuro m then £751 mi shown om r unoti StfMduta A commodity aumbo 990 0000 and udtiM horm •< oB»i ion>- 









MModi ty fiu 


■Iter, d 
























t ureal month 




Country 








Vmluo 


















orlgl n 


qumnl 






1 


















i 








I 


278500! 


> nephEline syenite, crudej 


CRUSHED, GROUND OR PULVERIZED 














LTN1 










31 336 


667 936 




979 612 




979 


705 


31 


.,. 




667 


936 




979 


612 




979 705 




31 336 


667 936 




979 612 




979 


705 


31 


336 




667 


936 




979 


612 




979 705 


278506C 


feldspar, crude, cRuSMEOi 


GROUNO OR PULVERIZED 






























9 027 




9 035 




12 


503 




- 




9 


027 




9 


035 




12 503 




- 


9 027 




9 035 




12 


503 




- 




9 


027 




1 


035 




12 503 


278610! 


> FERROUS SCALE 


























LTNI 
















1 565 




1 


565 




74 




1 


102 




1 


565 




1 565 






1 102 




1 565 




1 


565 




74 




1 


102 




1 


565 




1 565 


278910< 


) CRUOE NATURAL 


CHALK 1 


c**l* •-: ■ 




























. 


' 193 




63 335 




64 


491 




. 




63 


335 




63 


335 




64 491 




. 


311 261 




311 261 




562 


762 




- 






261 




311 


261 




562 7»2 




- 


5 390 




5 390 




. 1 


295 




- 




5 


390 




5 


390 




11 295 






360 006 




360 006 




65e 


5">6 




- 




360 


006 




360 


006 




656 546 


276920 


) RITHERITE, CRUDE OR GROUND AND BARtTES ORE CRUOC OR GROUND 






















MEXICO 


. 


163 624 




160 146 




164 


146 




. 




163 


624 




164 


146 




164 146 




- 


»?• 




625 463 


1 


0°0 


296 




- 




625 


463 






463 


1 


090 296 




- 


324 <50 




195 595 




491 






- 




324 






195 


595 




491 903 




. 






17 737 




24 


070 




- 






737 




17 


737 




24 070 




- 


1 3' 


1 


222 961 


1 




• 




- 


1 




494 


1 


2*2 


961 


1 


790 417 


276930 


J TALC/ STEATITE 


AND SOAPSTONE CRUDE OR MANUFACTURED 


























. 


6 076 




6 526 




6 


526 




. 




6 


076 




6 


526 




6 526 


FRANCE 


. 


8 o7» 




6 474 




12 


507 




- 




6 


474 




6 


o7« 




12 507 


K0R R£P 


. 


H LSI 




34 156 




39 


095 




- 




34 


156 




34 


158 




39 095 




- 


15 926 




15 926 




17 


352 




- 




15 


926 




15 


926 




17 352 






60 630 




65 064 




75 


460 




- 




64 


634 




65 


064 




75 060 


278910 


i calcium borate 


, CRUOE, « " "ORATE 


, CRUDE 
















(LB 










39 649 896 


' 1 050 


2 


456 050 


2 


731 


731 


39 649 


696 


2 


456 


050 


2 


456 


05C 


2 


731 735 




- -23 


716 




716 




1 


363 


11 


023 






716 






718 




1 363 




39 660 919 


- 766 


2 


458 766 


2 


733 


116 


39 660 


9 t 9 


2 


458 


766 


2 


456 


766 


2 


733 116 


278991 


J OCHERS, SIENNAS, UMBERS 


.. . 


OR GROUND AND OTHER IRON OMDES 








IlB 










05 543 


9 576 




9 576 




■ 






543 




9 


»T« 




9 


576 




12 130 




8" 370 


20 174 




20 170 




25 


576 


64 


370 




20 


174 




20 


174 




25 576 




' 560 


56 003 




58 003 




111 


119 


1 057 


564 




56 


003 




56 






111 119 




2 655 






557 






696 


2 


655 






502 






557 




696 




1 190 132 


66 295 




66 310 




.-- 


523 


1 190 


132 




66 


295 




66 


310 




149 523 


278993 


5 CRUDE MINERAL 


SUBSTNCES 


ERIUM ORE, 


uITHIUM ORE, STRONTIUM CRBN 


I SULFATE A 


SILICA 












. 


22 762 




29 213 




29 


213 




. 




22 


762 




29 


213 




29 219 




- 


106 296 




146 296 




146 


298 




- 






296 




146 


296 




146 296 




- 


053 360 




453 360 


I 


:'. 9 


317 




- 




-*3 


360 




453 


360 


1 


059 317 




- 


6 281 




6 281 




6 


361 




- 




6 


26] 




6 


261 




6 361 




- 


133 700 




133 625 




156 


530 




- 




133 


700 




133 


w. 




156 530 




- 


065 171 




065 171 




623 


877 




- 




065 


17| 




465 


171 




623 677 




- 


30 959 




30 955 




35 


958 




• 




34 


959 




34 


959 




35 956 




- 


274 293 




270 293 




333 


895 




- 




274 


293 




274 


293 




333 695 




- 


6 089 




6 089 




20 


124 




- 




6 


069 




6 


069 




20 124 




- 


5 702 




5 702 




6 


631 




- 




5 


702 




! 


702 




6 631 




- 


1 508 655 


1 


550 991 


2 


418 


20o 




- 


1 


506 


655 


1 


554 


991 


2 


416 204 


281000 


a IRON ORE AND CONCENTRATES, INCLUDING ROASTED IRON PY«iTES 














(lTn 










1 076 205 


35 222 371 


35 


226 937 


38 


265 


538 


1 076 


205 


35 


222 


371 


36 


226 


937 


36 


265 536 




36C 020 


7 176 050 


7 


176 050 


9 


051 


697 


360 


020 


7 


176 


054 


7 


176 


DM 


9 


451 697 




53 136 


563 647 




563 607 






978 


53 


136 




563 


607 




563 


(41 




641 976 




335 637 


8 727 251 


9 


083 150 


11 


308 


911 


335 


637 


8 


727 


<i\ 


9 


063 


150 


11 


306 911 


AUSTRAL..... 


75 868 


1 223 368 


1 


223 368 


1 


809 


278 


75 


868 


1 


223 


366 


1 


22". 


366 


1 


649 276 




206 588 


3 607 365 


3 


607 365 


5 


210 


121 


206 


588 


3 


607 


365 


3 


647 


365 


5 


210 121 




32 


320 




320 






020 




32 






320 






320 




420 




2 10 7 890 


56 560 376 


56 


920 801 


66 


927 


903 


2 107 


890 


56 


560 


376 


56 


920 


641 


66 


927 943 


282000 


IRON AND STEEL lASTE AND 


SCRAP 
































- 


031 862 





615 070 





620 


295 




- 


4 


«31 


862 





615 


070 


4 


620 295 




- 


05 083 




05 093 




05 


093 




- 




05 


«e3 




45 


093 




45 493 




- 


5 172 




5 172 




6 


875 




- 




5 


172 




5 


172 




, 675 




- 


7 015 




7 015 




12 


568 




- 




7 


015 




7 


015 




12 566 




- 


62 505 




62 505 




68 


318 




- 




62 


505 




62 


505 




66 316 




- 


30 085 




30 085 




30 


817 




- 




34 


095 




34 


085 




34 617 




- 




100 846 




100 806 




145 


0«3 






- 




100 


fc-.6 




140 


606 




145 093 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-59 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 









Schedule A c 


onimod 


ity i 


umber, d 


escri 


ptior, 


and unit of quant 


ity 


















Current 


month 
















Cl 


mutative, J: 


nuary to date 






Country 
of 








Value 


(doll 


ars) 












Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


P. 


a. s. 




C. 


i.f . 




quanti ty 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.J 


.f . 




_ 




1 980 
4 729 388 


4 


1 
913 


980 
006 


4 


2 

935 


180 
639 




_ 


4 


1 

729 


980 
388 


1 980 

4 913 006 


4 


2 180 
935 639 


287220( 


1 MATERIALS, 


NSPF, CONTAINING BY WEIGH] 


OVER 10% NICKEL 












(CLB) 








69 856 
1 022 877 
1 092 733 




115 969 
1 719 156 
1 835 125 


1 
1 


116 

719 
835 


399 
156 
555 


1 
1 


116 

769 
885 


399 
132 
531 


1 

1 


69 856 
022 877 
092 733 


1 
1 


115 

719 
835 


969 
156 
125 


116 399 
1 719 156 
1 835 555 


1 
1 


116 399 
769 132 
885 531 


287312< 


) BAUXITE, CALCINED 
























(LTN) 








92 

23 192 

4 589 

6 

27 879 




23 702 

2 914 082 
510 960 

460 

3 449 204 


2 
3 


23 

914 
510 

449 


715 
082 
960 
460 
217 


3 

3 


23 
314 
596 

935 


715 

555 
612 
862 
744 




92 

23 192 

4 589 

6 

27 879 


2 
3 


23 

914 
510 

449 


702 
082 
960 
460 
204 


23 715 

2 914 082 
510 960 

460 

3 449 217 


3 
3 


23 715 

314 555 

596 612 

862 

935 744 


2873141 


) BAUXITE, CRUDE 


























(LTN) 






SURINAM 


809 722 

29 704 

59 111 

36 535 

109 518 

233 279 

1 277 869 




24 870 163 
843 594 

1 901 723 
833 748 

2 583 303 
4 936 150 

35 968 681 


24 
1 

2 

4 
35 


870 
843 
901 
833 
583 
936 
968 


163 

594 
723 
748 
303 
150 
681 


27 

2 
1 
3 
6 
41 


330 
958 
091 
329 
628 
629 
967 


330 
103 
291 
174 
900 
223 
021 


1 


809 722 

29 704 

59 in 

36 535 

109 518 

233 279 

277 869 


24 

1 

2 

4 

35 


870 
843 
901 
833 
583 
936 
968 


163 

594 
723 
748 
303 
150 
681 


24 870 163 
643 594 

1 901 723 
833 748 

2 583 303 
4 936 150 

35 968 681 


27 

2 
1 
3 
6 
41 


330 330 
958 103 
091 291 
329 174 

628 900 

629 223 
967 021 


287320( 


) ALUMINUM OXIDE 


(ALUMINA) 
























(LB) 






JAPAN 


5 448 000 

140 723 787 

101 045 636 

120 351 

2 394 913 

294 040 

398 964 

471 188 825 

1 653 

721 616 169 




636 345 

11 559 370 

7 553 185 

157 275 

1 793 725 

198 669 

124 658 

32 141 007 

2 276 

54 166 510 


11 
7 

1 

32 

54 


664 
559 
553 
157 
793 
198 
124 
057 
2 
110 


757 
370 
185 
276 
476 
669 
658 
209 
276 
876 


11 

7 

1 

34 
57 


677 

907 
970 
183 
903 
222 
141 
012 
2 
021 


983 
378 
018 
682 
213 
833 
212 
862 
431 
612 


5 
140 
101 

2 

471 
721 


448 000 
723 787 
045 636 
120 351 
394 9i3 
294 040 
398 964 
188 825 
1 653 
616 169 


11 
7 

1 

32 

54 


636 

559 
553 
157 
793 
198 
124 
141 
2 
166 


345 
370 
185 
275 
725 
669 
658 
007 
276 
510 


664 757 

11 559 370 

7 553 185 

157 276 

1 793 476 

198 669 

124 658 

32 057 209 

2 276 

54 110 876 


11 
7 

1 

34 
57 


677 983 
907 378 
970 018 
183 682 
903 213 
222 833 
141 212 
012 862 
2 431 
021 612 


287400< 


) LEAD ORES 


AND 


CONCENTRATES 






















(CLB) 








2 869 982 
1 788 592 
38 940 
1 745 000 
6 442 514 




596 813 

714 555 

7 968 

595 173 

1 914 509 


1 


646 
714 
7 
599 
968 


673 
555 
968 
269 
465 


2 


646 
714 
8 
643 
013 


723 
555 
771 
068 
117 


2 
1 

1 
6 


869 982 
788 592 
38 9t*0 
745 000 
442 514 


1 


596 
714 
7 
595 
914 


813 
555 
968 
173 
509 


646 673 

714 555 

7 968 

599 269 

1 968 465 


2 


646 723 
714 555 
8 771 
643 068 
013 117 


287500( 


) ZINC ORES 


AND 


CONCENTRATES 






















(CLB) 








57 451 Oil 

640 551 

2 397 220 

7 444 013 

67 932 795 




9 605 583 
102 872 
402 896 

1 822 835 
11 934 186 


9 

1 

12 


909 
102 
402 
823 
238 


084 
872 
896 
765 
617 


10 

1 
12 


027 
102 
443 
990 
564 


915 
872 
487 
543 
817 


57 

2 

7 
67 


451 Oil 
640 551 
397 220 
444 013 
932 795 


9 

1 
11 


605 
102 
402 
822 
934 


583 
872 
896 
835 
186 


9 909 084 

102 872 

402 896 

1 823 765 

12 238 617 


10 

1 
12 


027 915 
102 872 
443 487 
990 543 
564 817 


287600 


) TIN ORE AND BLACK OXIDE 


3F TIN 






















(CTN) 








113 
113 




1 508 371 
1 508 371 


1 
1 


508 
508 


371 
371 


1 
1 


527 

527 


817 
817 




113 
113 


1 
1 


508 
508 


371 
371 


1 508 371 
1 508 371 


1 
1 


527 817 

527 817 


287704( 


) MANGANESE 


ORE; 


INCLUDING 


MANGANIFEROUS, 


47% AND OVER MANGANESE 








(CLB) 








19 469 209 

17 708 450 

3 439 

37 181 098 




853 044 

1 108 485 

590 

1 962 119 


1 
1 


853 
108 

962 


044 
485 
590 
119 


1 

1 

2 


201 

255 

457 


029 
719 
879 
627 


19 
17 

37 


469 209 

708 450 

3 439 

181 098 


1 
1 


853 

108 

962 


044 
485 
590 
119 


853 044 

1 108 485 

590 

1 962 119 


1 
1 

2 


201 029 

255 719 

879 

457 627 


287800 


) COPPER ORES AND CONCENTRATES 






















(CLB) 








78 219 

258 925 

880 801 

1 217 945 




43 897 
174 873 
582 480 
801 250 




45 
184 
582 
813 


615 
761 
818 
194 




46 
184 
620 
851 


615 
761 
396 
772 


1 


78 219 
253 925 
880 601 
217 9i(5 




43 
174 
582 
801 


697 

873 
430 
250 


45 615 
184 761 
582 818 
813 194 




46 615 
184 761 
620 396 
851 772 


287912 


) CHROME ORE 


. NOT OVER 408 


:hromic 


OXIDE 


















(CTN) 








833 

16 242 

91 

6 800 

23 966 




151 422 

2 098 060 

18 752 
1 345 416 

3 613 650 


2 

l 


151 
098 
18 
345 
613 


422 
060 
752 
416 
650 


2 

1 
4 


212 
495 
24 
735 
468 


862 
598 

457 
847 
764 




833 

16 242 

91 

6 800 

23 966 


2 

1 
3 


151 
098 
18 
345 
613 


422 
060 
752 
416 
650 


151 422 

2 098 060 

18 752 
1 345 416 

3 613 650 


2 

1 
4 


212 882 
495 598 
24 457 
735 847 
468 784 



2-60 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 



■ »-ii!ion of Suwiia" lor information on coveragt. a«t ol importation, tefmitions ol Custom, taj.ane c ' ■•<! i^cat of airai m ;*> • othai rwta; 

ol Hit tmpon muma ShipmtdB rturd Its than t25l »n» tfioum ool» gnoei ScfceduM * comnoeit> «end>»i HO 0000 anc •aouead he* «* •»•< 



.. r 



Schedule A coaBodltjr nuHwr, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 




to dalr 




quantl ty 


value (dollara) 


quant 1 ty 






Cuatoas 


P. a. a. 


CI.*. 


1 lOH 




1 1 



2879140 

'uB«M* 

TjPkEy 

*EP SAF 

TOTAL 

2679160 

R£P S*F 

TOTAL 

2879200 

Canada 

MEXICO 

»E fc J 

BOLIVIA 

FRANCE 

fcufMA 

TMA1LN0 

CHINA M 

K0R REP 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2879510 

CANA0A 

TOTAL 

2879520 

CANADA 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2879530 

AUSTRAL 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

2879590 

CANADA 

AUSTRAL 

TOTAL 

2879550 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C0L0MB 

BOLIVIA 

URUGUAY 

U KING 

TOTAL 

2879560 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2879570 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

NIGERIA 

TOTAL 

2879580 

PERU 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2881021 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

28810<U 

CANADA 

TOTAL 



chrome ore, «i* to »t% chromic oxide 



9 705 

1 949 

10 22" 

21 878 



1 529 152 

409 500 

1 161 610 

3 095 262 



1 52* 152 

409 500 

1 161 610 

3 095 262 



chrome ore «6» and over chromic oxide 



4 "22 
« "22 



576 002 
576 002 



576 002 
576 002 



tungsten ores and concentrates 



298 627 

31 917 

178 800 

567 557 

27 470 

80 563 

41 900 

75 057 

46 148 

71 731 

1 419 770 



2 222 789 

244 192 

1 375 825 

4 321 357 

201 256 

605 592 

316 313 

593 555 

354 278 

542 241 

10 777 398 



2 226 B98 

2** 192 

1 367 825 

4 318 357 

201 256 

605 592 

316 313 

593 555 

354 278 

542 241 

10 770 507 



1 773 706 

454 650 

1 469 917 

3 698 273 



703 855 
703 855 



2 226 898 

245 208 

1 387 919 

4 383 510 

211 600 

617 536 

323 471 

601 839 

361 859 

352 921 

10 912 761 



MOLYBDENUM, TANTALUM and vANAOIum ORES AND CONCENTRATES 



693 507 
693 507 



1 570 ,-3 
1 570 2"3 



ILMENITE AND ILMENITE SAND 



139 242 708 

26 -23 914 

165 666 622 



2 044 619 

202 567 

2 247 186 



1 574 990 
1 574 990 



2 043 299 

202 567 
2 2-7 866 



TITANIUM ORES AND CONCENTRATES/ NSPF 



19 573 680 

1 

19 573 681 



2 048 "54 

1 154 

2 049 608 



2 049 279 

1 134 

2 050 433 



ZIRCONIUM ORE INCLUDING ZIRCONIUM SANO 



196 260 
21 798 689 

21 994 949 



18 310 
1 904 066 
1 922 376 



19 341 
1 911 499 
1 930 840 



',"■> 990 
1 374 990 



2 424 269 

3V* 267 
2 818 536 



2 150 875 

1 163 

2 132 040 



19 341 
2 067 66- 
2 087 225 



ANTIMONY ORE AND ANTIMONY, NEEDLE OR LIOUATEO 



444 500 
425 038 
6« 325 
99 207 
529 140 
222 157 
789 367 



227 000 

95 -39 

28 COO 

102 184 

240 603 

83 359 

776 585 



231 300 

95 439 

28 000 

102 184 

? - - t i 

83 359 

TM BcH 



BERYLLIUM ORES AND CONCENTRATES 



143 299 
143 299 



30 838 
30 838 



30 838 
30 638 



COLUMBIUM ORES AND CONCENTRATES 



19 660 

157 411 

55 115 

232 386 



47 664 

520 560 

137 830 

706 059 



47 764 
520 560 
137 830 
706 154 



ORES AND CONCENTRATES OF BASE METALS, NSPF 



33 620 

720 
3- 340 



85 320 

1 820 

87 140 



85 320 

1 822 

87 142 



231 300 

95 439 

29 811 

105 386 

258 228 

83 319 

803 525 



37 493 
37 493 



47 764 
533 605 
142 539 
723 908 



85 320 

1 822 

87 142 



9 7o5 

1 949 

10 22* 

21 676 



• *22 

4 422 



298 627 

31 9p 

178 800 

567 537 

27 470 

60 363 

«1 900 

73 037 

46 148 

71 731 

1 41V 770 



693 307 
693 3o7 



139 242 7o8 

26 423 9i4 

163 666 622 



19 373 680 

1 

19 373 681 



196 260 
21 798 689 
21 994 949 



■ 500 

425 038 

69 325 

99 207 

529 140 

222 157 

1 789 367 



143 299 
143 299 



13. -:. 

55 H5 
232 386 



33 62C 

720 

34 390 



I 324 IS] 

409 300 

. : 610 
3 ov 



576 002 
576 002 



2 222 789 
24* 

• 823 
4 3,. 

201 236 

603 392 

316 313 

393 335 

354 278 

342 24J 

10 777 398 



613 660 
613 660 



95 805 
95 805 



ALUMINUM DROSS AND SKIMMINGS 



495 711 
495 711 



67 845 
67 815 



98 912 
98 912 



69 538 
69 538 



98 912 
98 912 



69 539 
69 539 



613 66C 
613 660 



495 711 
495 7U 



ZINC CONTENT OF ZINC FUME, ZINC DROSS AND SKIMMINGS, AND ASH AND RESIDUES 



1 570 243 

I 570 2x3 



2 0*- 

202 3t7 
2 247 186 



2 048 454 

1 134 
2 049 608 



16 310 
1 90* 066 
1 922 376 



227 000 

93 439 

28 000 

102 164 

240 603 

83 339 

776 385 



30 838 
30 838 



320 560 
137 830 

1 t 1 ' - 



85 320 

1 e20 

87 140 



95 6 '.5 
95 805 



67 845 
61 IH 



1 



CCTN) 

I 32* 132 

409 300 

1 161 610 
3 093 262 

tCTMl 

376 002 
376 002 

(CLOl 

2 226 898 
2«* 192 

367 623 

316 337 

201 236 
603 392 
3it I.J 
393 333 
334 278 
3*2 2*1 

10 770 307 

(LB) 

1 37* 9V0 

1 374 990 

IUI 

2 0*3 299 

202 367 
II 866 

(LSI 

2 0*9 279 

1 13* 

2 050 *33 

(LB) 

19 3*1 
1 911 499 
; 930 6*0 

(LB) 

231 300 

26 000 
10. 

603 

63 339 

760 885 

(LB) 

30 638 

30 838 

(LB) 

*7 76* 

520 560 

137 830 

706 13* 

(LB) 

83 320 

1 822 

87 142 

<C_B) 

N »1. 

96 912 

(LB) 

69 336 
69 338 



1 773 706 

434 630 

1 «69 917 

3 698 273 



703 633 
703 633 



2 226 696 

2*3 <06 

1 387 919 

4 383 310 

211 600 

617 536 

323 -71 

601 639 

361 639 
33. 

10 912 761 



I 37* "90 

I 37* 990 



2 «2« 269 

394 267 
2 616 336 



2 130 873 

1 163 

2 132 0*0 



19 3*1 
2 067 66* 
2 087 223 



231 300 
95 *39 
29 611 

105 388 

258 226 
63 359 

603 323 



37 *93 
37 *93 



*7 76* 
333 603 
1*2 339 
723 906 



85 320 

1 622 

87 1*2 



98 912 

96 912 



69 539 

69 539 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-61 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" fot information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity n 


umbei 


, description 


and unit of quantity 




Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


f . 



2861051 


ASH AND RESIt 


>UES 


BEARING 


NONFERROUS 


METALS, 


NSPF 




_ 


3 


356 


320 


3 436 


188 


3 590 851 




- 




97 


216 


97 


216 


98 422 




- 




14 


555 


14 


555 


15 941 




- 




?6? 


636 


262 


636 


266 758 




- 


2 


121 


974 


2 121 


974 


2 142 988 




- 




3? 


348 


32 


348 


45 633 




- 


5 


638 


334 


5 638 


334 


6 246 652 




- 




5 


002 


5 


002 


5 188 




- 


11 


528 


385 


11 608 


253 


12 412 433 


2882121 


copper haste 


AND 


SCRAP, UNALLOYED 








689 261 




360 


724 


363 


574 


363 924 




389 984 




174 


926 


174 


926 


174 926 




19 114 




10 


844 


10 


844 


11 560 




43 484 




18 


698 


18 


698 


20 600 




26 631 




1? 


979 


12 


979 


14 031 




15 326 




7 


919 


7 


919 


8 859 




43 929 




?4 


249 


24 


249 


26 022 




1 227 729 




610 


339 


613 


189 


619 922 


2882141 


COPPER HASTE 


AND 


SCRAP, ALLOYED 








1 195 457 




860 


046 


870 


927 


870 928 




291 289 




165 


393 


165 


993 


165 993 




46 293 




20 


708 


20 


708 


21 203 




86 185 




45 


133 


45 


133 


50 359 




13 331 




7 


010 


7 


010 


7 772 


DOM REP 


197 609 




105 


380 


105 


380 


112 373 


N ANTIL 


24 805 




1? 


533 


12 


533 


13 959 


U KING 


28 324 




26 


541 


26 


541 


26 731 




130 831 




140 


948 


140 


948 


154 501 


AUSTRIA 


70 358 




49 


886 


49 


886 


56 360 


OTH CTY 


8 671 




4 


382 


4 


382 


5 595 


TOTAL , 


2 093 153 


1 


437 


960 


1 449 


441 


1 487 774 


2882160 


COPPER ARTICLES 


r 0R REMANIJFACTURE 








83 059 




61 


865 


62 


240 


62 240 




83 059 




61 


865 


62 


240 


62 240 


2882200 


NICKEL WASTE 


AND 


SCRAP 










320 159 




347 


350 


348 


756 


348 756 




29 548 




33 


294 


33 


294 


33 294 




124 536 




139 


636 


139 


636 


147 427 




6 659 




8 


560 


8 


560 


8 785 




44 578 




64 


638 


64 


638 


65 138 




10 502 




5 


020 


5 


020 


5 514 




6 305 




19 


561 


19 


561 


20 407 




542 287 




618 


059 


619 


465 


629 321 


2882300 


ALUMINUM HASTE AND SCRAP 










8 308 407 


2 


994 


678 


3 025 


077 


i 3 025 077 




57 147 




15 


181 


14 


822 


15 181 




39 903 




10 


259 


10 


259 


11 152 




40 926 




15 


350 


15 


350 


17 095 




36 027 




13 


808 


13 


808 


15 131 




29 001 




7 


835 


7 


835 


8 815 




8 511 411 


3 


057 


111 


3 087 


151 


3 092 451 


2882400 


LEAD HASTE AND SCRAP 












216 013 




76 


295 


77 


236 


77 086 




53 392 




13 


201 


13 


201 


13 201 




8 100 




1 


620 


1 


620 


1 950 




277 505 




91 


116 


92 


057 


92 237 


2882500 


ZINC HASTE AND SCRAP 












517 693 




106 


582 


109 


108 


109 108 




75 618 




7 


077 


7 


077 


7 077 




7 696 




1 


539 


1 


539 


1 701 




601 007 




115 


198 


117 


724 


117 886 


2882600 


TIN HASTE AND SCRAP 












4 640 




8 


403 


8 


536 


8 536 




2 372 




1 


382 


1 


382 


1 800 




7 012 




9 


785 


9 


918 


10 336 





- 


3 356 


320 


3 436 188 


3 590 851 




- 


97 


216 


97 216 


98 422 




- 


14 


555 


14 555 


15 941 




- 


262 


636 


262 636 


266 758 




- 


2 121 


974 


2 121 974 


2 142 988 




- 


32 


346 


32 348 


45 633 




- 


5 638 


334 


5 638 334 


6 246 652 




- 


5 


002 


5 002 


5 188 






11 528 


385 


11 608 253 
(CLB) 


12 412 433 


689 


261 


360 


724 


363 574 


363 924 


389 


984 


174 


926 


174 926 


174 926 


19 


lit 


10 


844 


10 844 


11 560 


43 


484 


18 


698 


18 698 


20 600 


26 


631 


12 


979 


12 979 


14 031 


15 


326 


7 


919 


7 919 


8 859 


43 


929 


24 


249 


24 249 


26 022 


1 227 


729 


610 


339 


613 189 
(CLB) 


619 922 


1 195 


457 


860 


046 


870 927 


870 928 


291 


289 


165 


393 


165 993 


165 993 


46 


293 


20 


708 


20 708 


21 203 


86 


185 


45 


133 


45 133 


50 359 


13 


331 


7 


010 


7 010 


7 772 


197 


609 


105 


380 


105 380 


112 373 


24 


8o5 


12 


533 


12 533 


13 959 


26 


324 


26 


541 


26 541 


28 731 


130 


831 


140 


948 


140 948 


154 501 


70 


358 


49 


886 


49 886 


56 360 


8 


671 


4 


382 


4 382 


5 595 


2 093 


153 


1 437 


960 


1 449 441 
(LB) 


1 487 774 


83 


059 


61 


865 


62 240 


62 240 


83 


059 


61 


865 


62 240 
(LB) 


62 240 


320 


159 


347 


350 


348 756 


348 756 


29 


548 


33 


294 


33 294 


33 294 


124 


536 


139 


636 


139 636 


147 427 


6 


659 


8 


560 


8 560 


8 785 


44 


578 


64 


638 


64 638 


65 138 


10 


502 


5 


020 


5 020 


5 514 


6 


305 


19 


561 


19 561 


20 407 


542 


287 


618 


059 


619 465 
(LB) 


629 321 


8 308 


407 


2 994 


678 


3 025 077 


3 025 077 


57 


147 


15 


181 


14 822 


15 181 


39 


903 


10 


259 


10 259 


11 152 


40 


926 


15 


350 


15 350 


17 095 


36 


027 


13 


808 


13 808 


15 131 


29 


001 


7 


835 


7 835 


8 815 


8 511 


til 


3 057 


111 


3 087 151 
(CLB) 


3 092 451 


216 


013 


76 


295 


77 236 


77 086 


53 


392 


13 


201 


13 201 


13 201 


8 


100 


1 


620 


1 620 


1 950 


277 


505 


91 


116 


92 057 
(LB) 


92 237 


517 


693 


106 


582 


109 108 


109 108 


75 


618 


7 


077 


7 077 


7 077 


7 


696 


1 


539 


1 539 


1 701 


601 


007 


115 


198 


117 724 
(LB) 


117 886 


4 


640 


8 


403 


8 536 


8 536 


2 


372 


1 


382 


1 382 


1 600 


7 


012 


9 


785 


9 918 


10 336 



2-62 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "E»pl»nmion ol Stalislics" lor information on covtraoi. ditt ol importation, otfmitiom ol Cwtomi. lu.mlcil »ituei. wuron ol ftroi m Itw data. OTH CTY lorhK co»ntm»J and srh* d*<mn«sm and taaiu-a 
ol the import tutiitia Shipment, »•< utd In than S251 art «ho«m only undti Sditdute A commodity numbai 9S0 0000 and Mtiuon from i*l 0»»» aamdiia I 

Schedule A coaaaodlty number, description and unit of qua 





( iinvnl monlh 


< umubliir Jjiw.jr. ■ 


Country 
of 


quantity 


Value (dollar*) 


qua> It 




origin 


Cuatoais 


r.a.a. 


. f. 


lamm 


■ i 



2890110 


SILVER ORES / 


ND CONCENTRATE 


; 














(TOZI 






CANADA 


431 7*10 


2 170 531 


2 


478 866 


2 479 


248 


431 


740 


2 470 534 


1 476 


666 


2 479 246 




282 152 


1 707 339 


1 


717 613 


1 717 


613 


262 


452 


1 7C7 


1 717 


613 


1 717 613 




28 611 


87 776 




67 776 


96 


619 


26 


644 


67 776 


67 


776 


96 619 




321 330 


1 79i 988 


1 


792 005 


1 796 


291 


324 


330 


1 79l 966 




005 


1 796 291 




8 011 


17 239 




47 239 


M 


071 


6 


044 


. 39 


47 


239 


5« 071 




61 266 


382 099 




382 099 


367 


852 


M 


266 


362 099 


362 


099 


367 652 


OTH CTY 


607 


3 801 




3 600 


3 


800 




607 


3 601 


3 


600 


3 600 


TOTAL 


1 110 083 


6 190 776 


6 


509 420 


6 535 


494 


1 140 


063 


6 490 776 


6 509 


420 


6 535 494 


2890125 


Platinum and 


PLATINUM GROUP 


METAL ORES AND 


CONCENTRATES 








|TOI 








i oeo 


1 286 276 


1 


266 276 


1 292 


230 


4 


060 


1 266 276 


1 266 


276 


1 292 230 




1 080 


1 286 278 


1 


266 276 


1 292 


230 


4 


060 


1 266 276 


1 266 


276 


1 292 230 


2890200 


G0L0 CONTENT 


OF METAL BEARING ORES AND RESIDUES 










(TOZI 








519 


95 857 




95 663 


95 


933 




519 


95 657 


95 


663 


95 933 




53 


12 317 




12 317 


12 


317 






12 ' 


1? 


317 


12 317 




4J4 


100 756 




100 756 


102 


344 




45« 


100 756 


100 


756 


102 344 




1 026 


208 930 




206 936 


210 


594 


1 


026 


206 930 


206 


936 


210 594 


2890225 


SILVER CONTENT OP METAL BEARING 


"4URIALS, 


SILVER 5»El<MsGS, 


aliU ANO 




(TOZ 








8i 026 


368 994 




369 006 


370 


766 


64 


026 


366 994 


369 


006 


370 766 




3 221 


17 162 




17 462 


17 


462 


3 


22* 


17 462 


17 


462 


17 462 




3 210 


8 100 




6 100 


6 


326 


3 


240 


6 100 


6 


100 


6 326 




22 016 


1«3 276 




193 276 


195 


6e, 


22 


046 


193 276 


193 


276 


195 662 


U KING 


1 157 


21 --' , 




24 447 


24 


■ 


4 


•31 


24 |«1 


24 


447 


24 741 




5 010 


22 155 




22 155 


22 


629 


5 


040 


. 


22 


155 


22 629 




1 132 


7 055 




7 059 


7 


136 


1 


19a 


7 055 


7 


059 


7 136 




6 525 


37 973 




37 973 


36 


773 


6 


525 


37 973 


37 


973 


36 773 




868 


3 775 




3 775 


4 


125 




668 


3 ~ 


3 


775 


4 125 




130 558 


683 237 




683 253 


669 


640 


130 


558 


' /37 


663 


253 


669 640 


2890215 


Platinum and 


PLATINUM GROUP 


METAL SWEEPINGS, 4ASTE 


IM SCRAP 








<T02 








3 033 


791 117 




793 025 


794 


606 


3 


033 


791 417 


793 


025 


• 606 




8 139 


229 278 




230 690 


232 


129 


6 


139 


229 276 


230 


690 


232 12V 




63 


25 075 




25 075 


25 


175 




63 


25 075 




075 


25 175 




299 


126 «26 




126 426 


126 


572 




299 


126 426 


126 


426 


126 572 




39 


6 125 




6 425 


6 


560 




3« 


6 425 


6 


425 


6 560 




i 


5 365 




5 385 


5 


400 




4 


5 385 


5 


385 


5 400 




21 001 


291 790 




291 790 


297 


059 


24 


001 


291 790 


291 


790 


297 059 




35 581 


1 175 796 


1 


476 616 


1 487 


501 


35 


581 


1 475 796 


1 476 


616 


1 467 501 


2911100 


BONES, CRUDE 


STEAMED, OR GROUND, OSSEIN 




















_ 


71 113 




74 143 


101 


089 




_ 


74 143 




143 


101 069 




- 


295 919 




295 949 


352 


238 




- 


295 949 


295 


949 


352 236 




- 


17 192 




17 492 


21 


670 




- 


17 192 


17 


492 


21 670 




- 


15 021 




15 024 


16 


107 




- 


15 024 


15 


024 


16 107 




- 


36 673 




36 673 


41 


179 




- 


36 673 


36 


673 


11 179 




- 


6 751 




6 754 


12 


958 




- 


6 754 


6 


75- 


12 958 




- 


691 061 




694 061 


768 


•It 




- 


694 061 


694 


061 


766 419 




- 


28 717 




28 747 


-3 


121 




- 


26 747 


26 


747 


43 121 




- 


2 951 




2 974 


3 


67C 




- 


2 954 


2 


974 


3 670 




- 


1 171 797 


1 


171 817 


1 362 


451 




- 


1 171 797 


1 171 


617 


1 362 451 


2911710 


HOOFS, HORNS 


BULL SEMEN AND OTHER ANIMAL 


SUBSTANCES, CRUDE 


SS»F, 


AND 


GcUE STOCK, NSPF 










- 


292 775 




294 736 


29u 


766 




. 


292 775 


294 


736 


294 766 




- 


19 312 




19 342 


19 


726 




- 


19 342 


19 


3»2 


19 726 




- 


27 835 




27 835 


35 


046 




- 


27 835 


27 


635 


35 046 




- 


5 068 




5 068 


11 


I'.: 




- 


5 068 


5 


Ml 


11 200 




- 


41 265 




41 265 


46 


453 




- 


41 {69 


41 


265 


46 453 




- 


76 592 




76 592 


80 


818 




- 


76 592 


76 


592 


60 816 




- 


6 259 




6 259 


6 


520 




- 


6 259 


6 


259 


6 520 




- 


13 596 




13 596 


14 


292 




- 


13 596 


13 


596 


14 292 




- 


21 557 




21 611 


26 


604 




- 


24 557 


i- 


614 


26 604 




- 


20 916 




20 916 


22 


324 




- 


20 916 


20 


916 


2Z 324 




- 


10 815 




10 815 


11 


665 




- 


10 815 


10 


615 


11 665 




- 


69 580 




70 121 


73 


220 




- 


69 580 


70 


124 


73 220 




- 


5 801 




5 818 


6 


256 




- 


5 S04 


5 


616 


6 256 




- 


19 351 




19 351 


25 


866 




- 


19 354 


19 


354 


25 866 




- 


633 758 




636 331 


674 


776 




- 


633 758 


636 


334 


674 776 


2911720 


IVORY TUSKS, 


CRUOE, OR CUT 


VERTICALLY ACROSS THE GRAIN ONLY 








(LB 








296 


3 170 




3 170 


3 


618 




296 


3 170 


3 


170 


3 618 




296 


3 170 




3 170 


3 


618 




296 


3 170 


3 


170 


3 618 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-63 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative. January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2911730 

MEXICO 

HAITI 

U KING 

ITALY 

INDIA 

PHIL R 

CHINA T...,. 

JAPAN 

TUNISIA 

TNZANIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919100 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919200 

FR GERM 

POLAND 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919320 

CANADA...... 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

SYRIA 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919340 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

DOM REP 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

YUGOSLV 

CHINA M 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

2919360 

SWEDEN 

DENMARK 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919400 

CANADA 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



CORAL, CRUDE, CUTTLEFISH BONE, HYDROIDS, TREATED AND DYED FOR ORNMNTL USE & MARINE SHELLS 



153 316 

20 458 

48 557 

25 448 

10 602 

174 906 

50 840 

9 294 

7 100 

12 763 

10 297 

523 581 



153 316 
20 458 
48 557 
25 448 
10 602 

174 907 

48 737 

9 294 

7 100 

12 763 

10 297 

521 479 



153 316 
23 364 
55 211 
25 934 

13 222 
265 243 

60 557 

14 171 
7 195 

15 062 
12 230 

645 505 



HAIR, HUMAN, CRUDE, SORTED, TREATED, DYED OR OTHERWISE PROCESSED, NOT MADE INTO ARTICLES 



827 
410 

1 733 

2 970 



5 575 
25 326 

6 616 
37 517 



5 575 
25 326 

6 616 
37 517 



6 294 
26 365 

7 659 
40 318 



827 
410 
733 
970 



BRISTLES, CRUDE OR PROCESSED; HAIR AND FUR REMOVED FROM THE SKIN, NSPF 



2 772 

26 015 

1 089 

198 854 

26 

228 756 



10 695 

54 956 

9 585 

766 678 

4 328 

846 242 



10 695 

54 956 

9 585 

766 678 

4 328 

846 242 



11 245 

58 850 

9 911 

789 342 

4 360 

873 708 



SAUSAGE CASINGS, NATURAL, SHEEP, LAMB AND GOAT 



41 832 
27 483 

1 543 
674 

6 397 
39 242 
29 829 

2 225 
20 913 
49 087 
59 490 

2 632 
281 347 



173 215 
92 250 
14 700 

5 369 
28 804 
78 266 
73 739 
27 255 
58 813 

192 748 
189 580 

6 326 
941 065 



173 434 
92 250 
14 700 

5 369 
28 804 
78 266 
73 739 
27 255 
58 813 

192 749 
189 792 

6 326 
941 497 



173 434 
94 064 
15 507 

5 510 
29 391 
80 516 
76 434 
29 190 
60 507 

199 165 
197 646 

6 623 
967 987 



SAUSAGE CASINGS, NATURAL, EXCEPT SHEEP, LAMB AND GOAT 



76 946 

495 702 

81 360 

53 152 

85 580 

56 623 

358 967 

52 813 

101 639 

21 164 

149 282 

157 096 

36 951 

32 608 

93 329 

5 061 

11 389 

869 662 



155 934 

383 074 

37 861 

36 088 

74 763 

73 708 

469 972 

46 860 

174 320 

18 419 

256 911 

390 382 

139 697 

46 834 

171 127 

18 606 

39 186 

533 742 



157 067 

390 394 

37 861 

36 088 

74 763 

73 708 

469 972 

44 740 

174 320 

18 419 

256 966 

390 382 

139 697 

46 834 

168 266 

18 606 

39 186 

2 537 269 



157 090 

390 394 

39 254 

38 839 

80 592 

77 415 

493 787 

48 050 

181 886 

19 731 

269 665 

409 250 

144 691 

50 694 

175 718 

19 299 

41 001 

2 637 356 



2 772 

26 015 

1 089 

198 854 

26 

228 756 



41 832 
27 483 

1 543 
674 

6 397 
39 242 
29 829 

2 225 
20 913 
49 087 
59 490 

2 632 
281 347 



76 946 

495 702 

81 360 

53 152 

85 580 

56 623 

358 967 

52 813 

101 639 

21 164 

149 282 

157 096 

36 951 

32 60S 

93 329 

5 061 

11 389 

1 869 662 



INTESTINES, WEASANDS, BLADDERS, TENDONS, AND INTEGUMENTS, NSPF, NOT FOR SAUSAGE CASINGS 



6 173 
15 476 

4 911 

13 

26 573 



5 667 

13 148 

229 452 

581 

248 848 



5 667 

13 148 

229 452 

581 

248 848 



fish scales, crude, and fish sounds 



206 721 
545 

1 033 

2 154 
600 

2 823 
213 876 



26 536 

6 400 
12 213 
16 899 

7 536 
6 108 

77 692 



26 561 

6 400 
12 225 
17 055 

7 536 

8 108 
77 885 



6 126 

13 966 

236 740 

694 

257 526 



34 358 
6 957 

13 496 

16 805 
B 585 
9 221 

91 422 



6 173 
15 476 

4 911 

13 

26 573 



206 721 
545 



033 
2 154 

600 

2 823 

213 876 



153 


316 


20 


458 


48 


557 


25 


448 


10 


602 


174 


906 


50 


840 


9 


294 


7 


100 


12 


763 


10 


297 


523 


581 


TO ARTIC 


5 


575 


25 


326 


6 


616 


37 


517 


10 


695 


54 


956 


9 


585 


766 


678 


4 


328 


846 


242 


173 


215 


92 


250 


14 


700 


5 


369 


28 


804 


78 


266 


73 


739 


27 


255 


58 


813 


192 


748 


189 


580 


6 


326 


941 


065 


155 


934 


383 


074 


37 


861 


36 


088 


74 


763 


73 


708 


469 


972 


46 


860 


174 


320 


18 


419 


256 


911 


390 


382 


139 


697 


46 


834 


171 


127 


18 


606 


39 


186 


533 


742 


XGE 


:asi 


5 


667 


13 


148 


229 


452 




581 


248 


848 


26 


536 


6 


400 


12 


213 


16 


899 


7 


536 


8 


108 


77 


692 



153 


316 


20 


458 


48 


557 


25 


448 


10 


602 


174 


907 


48 


737 


9 


294 


7 


100 


12 


763 


10 


297 


521 


479 


(LB) 




5 


575 


25 


326 


6 


616 


37 


517 


(LB] 




10 


695 


54 


956 


9 


585 


766 


678 


4 


328 


846 


242 


(LB] 




173 


434 


92 


250 


14 


700 


5 


369 


28 


804 


78 


266 


73 


739 


27 


255 


58 


813 


192 


749 


189 


792 


6 


326 


941 


497 


(LB 




157 


067 


390 


394 


37 


861 


36 


088 


74 


763 


73 


708 


469 


972 


44 


740 


174 


320 


18 


419 


256 


966 


390 


382 


139 


697 


46 


834 


168 


266 


18 


606 


39 


186 


537 


269 


(LB) 


5 


667 


13 


148 


229 


452 




581 


248 


848 


(LB) 


26 


561 


6 


400 


12 


225 


17 


055 


7 


536 


8 


108 


77 


885 



153 


316 


23 


364 


55 


211 


25 


934 


13 


222 


265 


243 


60 


557 


14 


171 


7 


195 


15 


062 


12 


230 


645 


505 


6 


294 


26 


365 


7 


659 


40 


318 


11 


245 


58 


850 


9 


911 


789 


342 


4 


360 


873 


708 


173 


434 


94 


064 


15 


507 


5 


510 


29 


391 


80 


516 


76 


434 


29 


190 


60 


507 


199 


165 


197 


646 


6 


623 


967 


987 


157 


090 


390 


394 


39 


254 


38 


839 


80 


592 


77 


415 


493 


787 


48 


050 


181 


886 


19 


731 


269 


665 


409 


250 


144 


691 


50 


694 


175 


718 


19 


299 


41 


001 


637 


356 


6 


126 


13 


966 


236 


740 




694 


257 


526 


34 


358 


6 


957 


13 


496 


18 


805 


8 


585 


9 


221 


91 


422 



2-64 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "E»planation of Statistics" lor inlormalion on coverage, date ol importation, dedmiioni ol Cuiiomi, t*i . end - m el tjn»i e> B* ««». OTl wntraal. end othei mi.mi.oni and tMuraa 

ol Ihe import suunia. Shipment! valued leo than S25I ait itiown only under Scfieoule A commodity number 990 0000 and euiuded Irom «er- 



2919620 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

2919640 

CANADA 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

HUNGARY 

POLAND 

ITALY 

YUGOSLV 

INDIA 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

HG K0N6 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919660 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

CZECHO 

YUGOSLV 

CHINA H 

CHINA T 

TOTAL 

2919700 

BAHAMAS 

FR GERM 

GREECE 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919800 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

NICARAG 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919910 

CANADA 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2919920 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2919940 

CANADA 

CHINA T 

TOTAL 

2919960 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2922005 

THAILND 

TOTAL 

2922010 

CANADA 

INDIA 

TOTAL 








1 uir.-nl iiu.nlli 




Country 


quatni 


V»lu.- Idol : 






orluln 


Custoau 






loeta 





FEATHERS AND DOWNS. OSTRICH, CRUDE, SORTED OR TREATED, BUT NOT OTnERilSE PROCESSED 



4 970 
4 970 



109 370 
109 370 



109 369 
109 369 



115 860 
115 860 



feathers, except ostrich, crude, sorted or treated, but not otherwise processed 



55 544 

558 
39 961 
80 207 
29 278 

56 890 
23 695 

12 846 
217 

13 8*7 
135 808 

11 623 

11 331 

551 

472 356 



55 452 

8 367 
1«1 576 

24 0«1 

79 208 

127 022 

103 "435 

35 000 

9 275 
418 082 
365 938 

33 829 

55 554 

1 748 

458 527 



55 922 

8 367 
1*3 576 

2« 0<tl 

79 208 

127 022 

103 135 

35 000 

9 275 
018 082 
365 937 

33 829 

55 551 

1 7<48 

1 460 996 



56 422 

8 950 

1-8 917 

31 060 

62 990 

089 

106 931 

36 971 

10 051 

422 459 

38. 

35 572 

57 108 
1 925 

1 521 819 



DORNS, EXCEPT OSTRICH, CRUDE, SORTED OR TREATED, BUT NOT OTHERWISE PROCESSED 



405 
791 
818 
115 
811 



43 795 

40 972 

181 707 



40 674 

?28 638 

17 300 

58 154 

481 553 

v? -30 

555 822 

- 571 



40 674 
228 638 

17 300 

58 154 
481 553 

92 430 
240 592 
159 341 



42 684 
237 119 

19 307 

60 526 
• 

96 229 
2*7 68m 
197 897 



SPONGES, MARINE, AND ARTICLES OF NATURAL SPONGE 



6 543 

247 

1 lul 

1 686 

3 809 

22 

13 4a8 



23 662 

5 896 

36 476 

- -..-. 

18 127 

710 

121 320 



23 662 

5 896 

36 a76 

6 421 
48 127 

710 

121 292 



21 632 

6 195 

37 706 

6 766 

50 084 

71- 

126 097 



4 


970 


- 


970 


m£R»ISE 


55 


544 




558 


39 


961 


60 


20' 


29 


278 


56 


890 


23 


695 


12 


646 




217 


13 


8-7 


135 


808 


11 


623 


11 


331 




551 


472 


356 


• I St PR 


4 


405 


16 




10 


818 


5 


115 


59 


6U 




795 


40 


972 


181 


7 7 


6 


543 




247 


1 


.-. 


1 


666 


3 


809 




22 


13 





AMBERGRIS, CASTOREUM, CIVET 4 MuSK, NOV 10* ULCHLj Mat MATtt. CRUDE DRUGS OF i 1 -:-!, CRGJK 



5 043 

26 758 
25 311 
7 619 
13 447 
78 178 



5 134 
26 756 

25 311 

7 619 

. ' Wl 

78 269 



HIDE CUTTINGS, RAn, IIITH OR UlTMOUT HAIR 



392 713 

132 277 

240 201 

36 153 

803 344 



118 997 

15 415 

19 596 

3 457 

157 465 



120 268 

15 415 

19 596 

3 457 

158 736 



5 134 

28 599 
26 961 

6 016 
14 753 
63 463 



120 268 

<; B59 

35 126 

5 567 

181 820 



392 7i3 

132 277 

240 201 

38 153 

803 344 



MEAT, RAIT, INCLUDING OFFAL, FOR ANIMAL FEED, NOT FIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION 



209 720 
209 720 



10 209 
10 209 



10 679 
10 679 



10 679 
10 679 



209 720 
209 720 



MEAT, INCLUDING OFFAL, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, NOT FIT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION 



14 830 

4 473 

19 303 



6 449 
28 844 
35 293 



6 491 
26 844 
35 335 



7 512 
31 403 

38 915 



14 830 

4 473 

19 303 



blood, dried, nspf, and eggs of fish and insects 



LAC, SEED 

659 144 
659 144 



6 635 
6 635 



117 184 
117 184 



6 635 
6 635 



117 184 
117 184 



7 105 
7 105 



154 106 
154 106 



659 U4 
659 114 



SHELLAC, BLEACHED, STICK LAC, BUTTON LAC, AND OTHER LAC, NSPF 



44 000 
106 813 
150 813 



51 102 
36 968 
88 070 



51 144 
36 968 
88 112 



51 144 

43 172 
94 316 



44 000 
106 813 
150 613 



109 


370 


109 


370 


55 




6 


367 




576 


24 


. 


79 


206 


127 


022 


103 


435 


35 


000 


9 


275 




062 




936 


33 


629 




554 


1 


746 


456 


527 


40 


674 


226 


636 


17 


300 


56 




461 




92 


4 30 


515 


622 


474 


571 


23 


662 


5 


696 


36 




6 




-8 


127 




710 


121 


320 




5 




26 


756 


25 




7 


619 


13 




76 


176 


116 


9*7 


15 




19 


596 


3 


457 


157 


16! 


10 


209 


10 


209 


6 


449 


26 


844 


35 


293 


6 


635 


6 


635 


117 


184 


117 


; -.- 


51 


102 


36 


968 


ee 


070 



(LB) 



109 


369 


109 


369 


(LB) 




55 


922 


6 


367 


1*3 


576 


24 


041 


79 


206 


127 


022 


103 


435 


35 


000 


9 


275 


418 


062 


365 


937 


33 


629 


55 


554 


1 


746 


1 460 


996 


(LB 




40 


674 


22B 


636 


17 


300 


56 




461 


553 


• 




240 


5V? 


1 159 


■-. 


(LB 






662 


5 


696 


36 


476 


6 




46 


127 




710 


121 




5 


134 


26 


758 


25 


311 


7 


619 


13 




76 


269 


(LB 




120 


268 


15 


1] 


19 


596 


3 




156 


736 


(LB 




10 


679 


10 


679 


(LB) 


6 




26 


--- 


35 


335 


6 


635 


6 


63* 


(LB) 


117 


184 


117 


184 


(LB) 


51 


144 


36 


968 


68 


112 



115 


660 


115 


660 


56 


422 


6 


950 


146 




31 


060 


62 


990 


140 


069 


106 


931 


36 


V71 


10 


051 


422 


459 


362 


374 


35 


572 


57 


106 


1 


925 


1 521 


619 


42 


684 






19 


307 


60 


526 




348 


96 


229 


247 


684 


1 197 


697 


24 


632 


6 


195 


37 


706 


6 


766 


50 


064 




Tli 


126 


097 


5 


134 


26 


599 


26 


961 


6 


016 




753 


63 


463 


120 


266 


20 


659 


35 


126 


5 


567 


161 


= 2'. 


10 


679 


10 


679 


7 


512 


31 


403 


36 


915 


7 


105 


7 


105 


15* 


106 


154 


106 


51 


144 


43 


172 


94 


316 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-65 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s , and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2922025 



BALSAMS, NATURAL AND NOT ARTIFICIALLY MIXED WITH OTHER SUBSTANCES 



(LB) 



SALVADR 

HONDURA 

U KING 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2922030 

SUDAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2922035 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

TOTAL 

292201*2 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

P0RTUGL 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2922045 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

2922050 

U KING 

FR GERM 

IRAN 

TOTAL 

2922065 

INDIA 

TOTAL 

2922070 

BRAZIL 

INDNSIA 

KENYA 

MOZAMBQ 

TOTAL 

2922080 

HONDURA 

IRAN 

INDIA 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA...,. 

SOMALIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2923030 

BURMA 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

CHINA M 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

2923050 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA 

HG KONG 



25 035 

31 941 

2 666 

6 968 
66 810 

GUM ARABIC 

418 874 

7 018 
425 892 



156 071 

106 167 

12 070 

10 436 

284 744 



236 450 

7 294 

243 744 



gum, guar, natural 



47 507 
218 437 
937 227 
203 570 
406 741 



17 102 

85 578 

812 658 

639 624 

1 554 962 



GUM, LOCUST BEAN, NATURAL 



15 000 
44 101 

246 069 
99 250 

966 602 
992 

372 014 



16 274 
12 365 

155 811 
69 324 

177 615 
954 

432 343 



156 071 

106 167 

12 070 

10 597 

284 905 



237 700 

7 335 

245 035 



17 102 

85 578 

812 860 

639 624 

1 555 164 



16 274 
12 365 

155 811 
69 324 

177 615 
954 

432 343 



GUM, LECHE CASPI AND SORVA, NATURAL 



155 115 
155 115 



201 650 
201 650 



GuM, TRAGACANTH, NATURAL 



614 
937 
498 



21 049 



46 297 

56 070 

141 581 

243 948 



GUM, KARAYA, NATURAL 



547 670 
547 670 



448 705 
448 705 



GuMS AND RESINS, VARNISH 



393 991 
36 000 
220 460 
440 920 
091 371 



510 613 

10 925 

126 307 

270 464 

918 309 



201 650 
201 650 



46 297 

56 070 

141 581 

243 948 



448 705 
448 705 



506 641 
10 925 
126 307 
270 464 
914 337 



gums* natural, nspf, and burgundy pitch 



44 915 

8 818 

303 243 

3 527 

2 182 

22 601 

76 774 
2 315 

16 898 
481 273 



19 201 

6 701 

39 663 

31 188 

12 897 

10 180 

24 596 

6 326 

7 868 
158 620 



19 201 
6 701 
39 663 
31 188 
12 897 
10 180 
24 596 

6 326 

7 868 
158 620 



BAMBOO OR RATTAN STICKS, ROUGH OR CUT 



8 588 

25 165 

21 575 

24 548 

89 019 

76 155 

245 050 



8 588 
25 165 
21 575 
25 278 
89 019 
76 155 
245 780 



RATTAN EXCEPT WHOLE, AND SPLIT BAMBOO 



44 043 
178 321 
202 626 



44 043 

178 321 
203 132 



160 291 


25 


035 


156 071 


108 882 


31 


9i»l 


106 167 


12 441 


2 


866 


12 070 


11 298 


6 


968 


10 436 


292 912 


66 


810 


284 744 


264 945 


418 


874 


236 450 


8 106 


7 


018 


7 294 


273 051 


425 


892 


243 744 


21 147 


47 


507 


17 102 


98 478 


218 


437 


85 578 


951 183 


2 937 


227 


812 658 


773 232 


3 203 


570 


639 624 


844 040 


6 406 


741 


1 554 962 


17 181 


15 


000 


16 274 


15 003 


44 


101 


12 365 


169 827 


246 


069 


155 811 


74 426 


99 


250 


69 324 


196 083 


966 


602 


177 615 


1 080 




992 


954 


473 600 


1 372 


014 


432 343 


214 265 


155 


115 


201 650 


214 265 


155 


U5 


201 650 


46 741 


6 


614 


46 297 


57 047 


7 


937 


56 070 


142 146 


6 


498 


141 581 


245 934 


21 


049 


243 948 


484 832 


547 


670 


448 705 


484 832 


547 


670 


448 705 


596 830 


2 393 


991 


1 510 613 


13 980 


36 


000 


10 925 


137 501 


220 


460 


126 307 


291 326 


440 


920 


270 464 


039 637 


3 091 


371 


1 918 309 


20 328 


44 


915 


19 201 


7 260 


8 


818 


6 701 


53 476 


303 


243 


39 663 


31 714 


3 


527 


31 188 


13 157 


2 


182 


12 897 


11 589 


22 


601 


10 180 


29 896 


76 


774 


24 596 


7 067 


2 


315 


6 326 


9 192 


16 


898 


7 868 


183 679 


481 


273 


158 620 


ths FOR 


UMBRELLAS, 


PARASOLS; 


WHIPS, E 


15 768 




. 


8 588 


28 873 




- 


25 165 


25 547 




- 


21 575 


40 458 




- 


24 548 


109 704 




- 


89 019 


93 141 




- 


76 155 


313 491 




" 


245 050 


49 100 






44 043 


207 596 




- 


178 321 


223 349 




- 


202 626 



156 


071 


106 


167 


12 


070 


10 


597 


284 


905 


(LB 




237 


700 


7 


335 


245 


035 


(L8 




17 


102 


85 


578 


812 


860 


639 


624 


1 555 


164 


(LB 




16 


274 


12 


365 


155 


811 


69 


324 


177 


615 




954 


432 


343 


(LB 




201 


650 


201 


650 


(LB 




46 


297 


56 


070 


141 


581 


243 


948 


(LB 




448 


705 


448 


705 


(LB 




1 506 


641 


10 


925 


126 


307 


270 


464 


1 914 


337 


(LB 




19 


201 


6 


701 


39 


663 


31 


188 


12 


897 


10 


180 


24 


596 


6 


326 


7 


868 


158 


620 


8 


588 


25 


165 


21 


575 


25 


278 


89 


019 


76 


155 


245 


780 


44 


043 


178 


321 


203 


132 



160 


291 


108 


882 


12 


441 


11 


298 


292 


912 


264 


945 


8 


106 


273 


051 


21 


147 


98 


478 


951 


183 


773 


232 


1 844 


040 


17 


181 


15 


003 


169 


827 


74 


426 


196 


083 


1 


080 


473 


600 


214 


265 


214 


265 


46 


741 


57 


047 


142 


146 


245 


934 


484 


832 


484 


832 


1 596 


830 


13 


980 


137 


501 


291 


326 


2 039 


637 


20 


328 


7 


260 


53 


476 


31 


714 


13 


157 


11 


589 


29 


896 


7 


067 


9 


192 


183 


679 


15 


768 


28 


873 


25 


547 


40 


458 


109 


704 


93 


141 


313 


491 


49 


100 


207 


596 


223 


349 



2-66 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

■ration ut SumticV tor informM.on on covtt^t, dtit of ,mpo>UI.on. drf.mi.oii of Cull: WMml. -* Jfiw oot.n low m) tMwa 

port lUiitiia Shipm»nn vilued lea thio S2SI «e »o*« only uno>i Se*K)ul« A commod.i , num&r. MO.0000 tnd •iU^O>« liom oil oBitf eoaw 





























Ditth 




Cow.. 


quanf 




































I 




















11 


172 


11 


172 


13 


976 




m 


11 


172 


11 172 


13 HI 




_ 


5 


996 


6 


088 


7 


268 




- 


5 


996 


6 066 


- 




- 




160 


442 


756 


501 


309 




- 




160 


Ml 7J6 


501 309 


292306 


r j KILLOo/ RICE STRAW a 


F!BE", 


•^UUE STRA4 


AND 01 


fIBROLb 


. 


SSPF 








5 


456 


5 


456 




•408 




- 


5 


.56 




9 406 




_ 


52 


518 


52 


518 


66 






- 


. 


518 


52 516 


66 454 




_ 


7 


768 


7 


768 


8 


250 




- 


7 


766 


7 766 


6 250 




- 


65 


7«2 


65 


74? 


• 


112 




- 


6S 


7*2 


65 742 


66 112 


292101 


SAoE, not ground 




















(LSI 






3 000 


6 


309 


6 


309 


6 


'■ 


3 


000 


6 


309 


6 309 


6 360 




19 272 


11 


■ 


11 


772 


11 


772 


19 


272 


11 


• J 


11 772 


11 772 




140 626 


~ 


236 


117 


227 




575 




626 






117 227 


125 ?>75 




37 406 


»7 


072 


»7 


072 


SO 


. 


37 






072 




50 V74 




1 238 


1 


703 


1 


703 




934 


1 


2 36 


1 




1 703 


1 934 




201 


184 


061 




083 


196 


615 


201 


7*2 




061 


• 1 ' 


196 615 


292402 


LICORICE ROOT 






















(LSI 






1 325 682 


433 


020 


• 33 


020 








682 




020 


433 020 


446 141 




725 545 


223 


990 


223 


990 


2*6 








' 


990 


• 


256 590 




' <6b 


3 




3 


298 


3 






988 


3 




3 246 


3 609 




2 086 415 


660 


• 


660 


256 


708 


M 


• 




660 


256 


600 256 


706 340 


292403 


2 PyRETMRuH OR INSECT FLOiERS 


, CRUOE 
















(LB) 






21 385 


16 


500 


16 


500 


19 


305 


21 


365 


16 


500 


16 500 


19 305 




»4 092 


3 


500 


3 


SOO 


7 




-- 


092 


3 


500 


3 500 


7 139 




65 477 


20 


000 


20 


000 


' 




69 




20 


000 


20 OOO 


?6 4X4 


292403 


6 PyRETHRUM OP INSECT FlO«ERS 


, ADVANCED 














(LB ) 






235 


11 




11 


641 


. 


936 










11 641 


11 V36 




20 932 


705 


245 


705 


445 




811 


20 






24! 


705 445 


730 611 




4 531 


134 


775 




775 


137 




4 


M 




775 




137 499 




108 


3 


371 


3 


394 


3 


669 




108 


3 


371 


' '•- 


3 669 




25 806 


855 


032 


855 


255 


6S3 


915 


25 


8q6 


655 


C3? 


655 253 


663 915 


292404 


5 ACONITE, ALOES 


, ASAFTIDA, 8UCHU LVS, 


COCC INDICUS, 


-ALAP, ETC 


|U| 






1 -40 


34 






459 


36 


162 


- 


440 


M 


. 


• 


36 182 




326 




505 




505 




537 




326 






50! 


537 




4 766 


34 


964 


34 


964 


36 


7M 


- 


766 


34 


960. 


it 96* 


36 7 lV 


292406 


5 Plants, seeds. 


FLOEPS and 


, NSPF, OF 


P£R| -- ,, 


ETC. 






. 


83 


411 


63 


911 


64 


502 




- 


83 


411 


63 "11 


64 502 




- 


59 


772 


59 


772 


66 


33C 




- 


59 


77J 


59 77J 


66 330 




- 


340 


559 


225 


875 


228 


632 




- 




55« 


225 67! 


226 632 




- 


397 


965 


312 


668 


315 


927 




- 


397 


96! 


312 66t 


315 927 




- 


32 


373 


32 


373 


35 






- 


32 


373 


32 37: 


35 620 




- 


17 


086 


17 


086 


n 


705 




- 


17 


oee 


17 06 1 


17 705 




- 


20 


575 


20 


575 


28 


517 




- 


20 


57! 


20 57! 


26 517 




- 


15 


735 


15 


735 


16 


059 




- 


15 


73! 


15 73! 


16 059 




- 


38 


919 


36 


919 


45 


30C 




- 


38 


91 1 ! 


36 91? 


45 300 




- 


179 


259 


179 


259 


210 


009 




- 


179 


25? 


179 25? 


210 009 




- 


38 


933 


38 


933 


-. 


267 




- 


36 


93: 


36 93: 


41 267 


KOR REP 


- 


2 692 


728 


2 692 


779 


2 713 


0«4 




- 


2 692 


726 


2 692 77? 


2 713 044 




- 


12 


973 


12 


973 


13 


90C 




- 


12 


97: 


12 97: 


13 400 




- 


13 


214 


43 


219 


48 


325 




- 


13 


211 


«3 21? 


46 325 




- 


6 


525 


6 


525 


7 


735 




- 


6 


5i! 


6 52! 


7 735 




- 


3 980 


022 


3 780 


097 


3 874 


372 




- 


3 4fc0 


022 


3 "60 09T 


3 874 372 


29250C 


2 SEED, ALFALFA 






















(LB) 






606 




568 




588 




66? 




606 




58! 


Ml 


669 




606 




588 




588 




66? 




606 




58« 


56< 


669 


292502 


SEED* CLOVER 






















(LB) 






4 661 663 


1 161 


894 


1 185 


965 


1 186 


164 


4 661 


663 


1 161 


69' 


1 165 965 1 166 16* 




lit 389 


90 


599 


90 


599 


104 


bit 


119 


369 


90 


591 


90 599 104 556 




4 776 252 


1 252 


493 


1 276 


564 


1 290 


72C 


- " ' • 


252 


1 252 


49: 


1 276 56< 


1 290 72C 


29250: 


10 SEED» FESCUE 






















(LB) 






1 283 100 


651 


540 


662 


359 


662 


35? 


1 263 


100 


651 


5*: 


1 662 359 662 35? 




1 283 100 


651 


540 


662 


359 


662 


35? 


» 1 263 


100 


651 


540 662 359 662 35? 


29250' 


fO SEED/ ORCHARD 


GRASS 




















(LB) 






22 000 


10 


265 


10 


266 


11 


949 22 


000 


10 


266 10 266 11 V4? 




800 




404 




404 




40-. 




600 




40< 


1 40« 


\ 40* 




22 800 




10 


670 


10 


670 


12 


353 22 


600 


10 


670 10 670 12 35: 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-67 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 









Schedule A commodity number, description 


and unit of 


quantity 










Current mouth 








Cumulative. J.i 


nuary to date 




Country 
of 










Value (doll 


ars ) 










Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


quantity 




Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


292505C 


SEED* TIMOTHY 






















(LB) 






78 266 


47 


798 


48 


584 


48 584 




78 


266 


47 


798 


48 584 


48 584 




78 266 


47 


798 


48 


584 


48 584 




78 


266 


47 


798 


48 584 


48 584 


292506C 


SEED/ CELERY 






















(LB) 






22 046 


10 


076 


10 


076 


12 676 




22 


046 


10 


076 


10 076 


12 676 




259 131 


80 


959 


80 


959 


99 455 




259 


131 


80 


959 


80 959 


99 455 




*»t 092 


14 


233 


14 


233 


16 384 




44 


092 


14 


233 


14 233 


16 384 




325 269 


105 


268 


105 


268 


128 515 




325 


269 


105 


268 


105 268 


128 515 


292507C 


1 SEEDS, GARDEN 


AND FIELD, 


NSPF 






















_ 


308 


061 


310 


656 


310 846 






. 


308 


061 


310 656 


310 846 




- 


85 


273 


86 


174 


86 816 






- 


85 


273 


86 174 


86 816 




- 


79 


572 


79 


572 


79 848 






- 


79 


572 


79 572 


79 848 




- 


37 


660 


37 


660 


37 839 






- 


37 


660 


37 660 


37 839 




- 


194 


023 


194 


023 


194 848 






- 


194 


023 


194 023 


194 848 




- 


6 


822 


6 


822 


7 088 






- 


6 


822 


6 822 


7 088 




- 


7 


170 


7 


170 


9 241 






- 


7 


170 


7 170 


9 241 


ARGENT 


_ 


18 


506 


18 


506 


23 250 






- 


18 


506 


18 506 


23 250 




- 


9 


823 


9 


823 


11 197 






- 


9 


823 


9 823 


11 197 




- 


33 


696 


33 


696 


35 528 






- 


33 


696 


33 696 


35 528 




- 


62 


334 


62 


334 


74 339 






- 


62 


334 


62 334 


74 339 




_ 


264 


552 


264 


476 


271 793 






- 


264 


552 


264 476 


271 793 




- 


161 


487 


161 


487 


229 079 






- 


161 


487 


161 487 


229 079 




- 


29 


392 


28 


947 


30 175 






- 


29 


392 


28 947 


30 175 




- 


5 


986 


5 


986 


6 052 






- 


5 


986 


5 986 


6 052 




- 


66 


098 


66 


180 


69 168 






- 


66 


098 


66 180 


69 168 




- 


5 


958 


5 


958 


7 229 






- 


5 


958 


5 958 


7 229 




- 


163 


978 


163 


978 


175 220 






- 


163 


978 


163 978 


175 220 




- 


24 


650 


24 


650 


31 105 






- 


24 


650 


24 650 


31 105 




- 


59 


521 


59 


521 


60 923 






- 


59 


521 


59 521 


60 923 




- 


276 


397 


276 


397 


320 472 






- 


276 


397 


276 397 


320 472 




- 


46 


226 


46 


226 


48 429 






- 


46 


226 


46 226 


48 429 




- 


23 


755 


23 


755 


25 305 






- 


23 


755 


23 755 


25 305 




- 


290 


996 


290 


996 


303 804 






- 


290 


996 


290 996 


303 804 




- 


5 


343 


5 


343 


5 582 






- 


5 


343 


5 343 


5 582 




- 


14 


734 


14 


734 


18 558 






- 


14 


734 


14 734 


18 558 




- 


46 


628 


46 


628 


51 337 






- 


46 


628 


46 628 


51 337 




- 


7 


789 


7 


789 


8 388 






- 


7 


789 


7 789 


8 388 




- 


4 


838 


4 


838 


6 694 






- 


4 


838 


4 838 


6 694 




- 


2 341 


268 


2 344 


325 


2 540 153 






- 


2 341 


268 


2 344 325 


2 540 153 


29261K 


) BULBS, TULIP 






















(NO) 






1 420 




268 




268 


281 




1 


420 




268 


268 


281 




1 420 




268 




268 


281 




1 


420 




268 


268 


281 


292614< 


) CROCUS CORMS 






















(NO) 






45 340 


6 


301 


6 


301 


6 740 




45 


340 


6 


301 


6 301 


6 740 




45 340 


6 


301 


6 


301 


6 740 




45 


340 


6 


301 


6 301 


6 740 


292615< 


) Bulbs, iris, 


IMPORTED FOR HORTICULTURAL 


PURPOSES 












(NO) 






2 273 327 


64 


356 


64 


356 


77 202 


2 


273 


327 


64 


356 


64 356 


77 202 




4 900 


2 


423 


2 


423 


2 711 




4 


900 


2 


423 


2 423 


2 711 




2 278 227 


66 


779 


66 


779 


79 913 


2 


278 


227 


66 


779 


66 779 


79 913 


2926161 


) TUBERS, BEGONIA, IMPORTED FOR HORTICULTURAL PURPOSES 












(NO) 






816 065 


237 


503 


227 


503 


241 139 




816 


065 


237 


503 


227 503 


241 139 




2 862 074 


651 


590 


651 


590 


693 557 


2 


862 


074 


651 


590 


651 590 


693 557 




105 500 


3 


508 


3 


541 


3 937 




105 


500 


3 


508 


3 541 


3 937 




3 783 639 


892 


601 


882 


634 


938 633 


3 


783 


639 


892 


601 


882 634 


938 633 


292618 


> BULBS, ROOTS, 


ROOTSTOCK, 


CLUMPS, CORMS, 


TUBERS/ AND HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS, NSPF 




(NO) 






51 003 


83 


681 


81 


637 


81 810 




51 


003 


83 


681 


81 637 


81 810 




12 660 863 


811 


751 


810 


669 


902 552 


12 


660 


863 


811 


751 


810 669 


902 552 




89 713 


29 


626 


29 


626 


31 839 




89 


713 


29 


626 


29 626 


31 839 




380 260 


13 


790 


13 


790 


14 291 




380 


260 


13 


790 


13 790 


14 291 




175 760 


20 


257 


20 


259 


23 814 




175 


760 


20 


257 


20 259 


23 814 




281 800 


3 


162 


3 


162 


6 070 




281 


800 


3 


162 


3 162 


6 070 




13 639 399 


962 


267 


959 


143 


1 060 376 


13 


639 


399 


962 


267 


959 143 


1 060 376 


292690 


) PLANTS, LIVE/ 


NSPF 


























_ 


93 


994 


95 


035 


97 981 






. 


93 


994 


95 035 


97 981 




- 


6 


796 


6 


870 


6 870 






- 


6 


796 


6 870 


6 870 




- 


247 


101 


247 


101 


268 564 






- 


247 


101 


247 10] 


268 564 




- 


6 


534 


6 


534 


7 014 






- 


6 


534 


6 534 


7 014 




- 




117 


737 


117 


826 


129 689 






- 


117 


737 


117 826 


129 689 



2-68 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See"E»pl»n«tionof SuiuMn" lorinfotminon on covtfioe. dm o( imporunon, or s •*■•■» 

ol ine import umitra Shiorwnn v«lu»d Its lt>»n S251 1* thown only unoti Sctwdulf A t o ww edity numtoi MO HMD «<d titiuaM lro*i a* o«wr c*»>- 







■ 




i. -nl month 


Coui 




Value 




ecu 





C f>ICA 

JAMAICA 

00K REP 

COLOMB 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

IVY CST 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2927025 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

2927015 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

GUATMAL 

C RICA 

DOM REP 

COLOMB 

BRAZIL 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

IRAN 

ISRAEL 

INDIA 

PHIL R 

CHINA T 

JAPAr. 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



204 212 

65 036 

10 234 

19 734 

16 302 

105 815 

307 663 

9 0«8 

11* -'5 

B OS* 

■ 

1 35a 6*9 



CHRISTMAS TREES, EVERGREEN 



129 

129 



53 549 
53 549 



FlOhERS AND FOLIAGE, CUT, FOR ORNAMENTAL PUI 



65 2B6 

17 563 

5 280 
2* 967 

801 725 
255 760 
238 761 

21 95<t 
Pi 514 

92 39* 

8 897 

131 765 

21 995 

6 603 
195 890 

85 273 

39 121 
189 021 



201 


212 


65 


136 


10 


252 


19 


739 


16 


302 


105 


895 


280 


383 


9 


098 


111 




7 


969 


21 


92* 


1 328 




65 


999 


65 


999 


ORNAMI 




61 


612 


90 


788 


17 


56 3 


5 


280 


29 


967 


5 096 


595 


256 


518 


238 


781 


21 




171 


515 


92 


399 


6 


897 


131 


765 


21 


995 


6 


603 


150 


969 


85 


273 


13 


991 


39 


215 


6 988 


655 



223 


932 


72 


873 


13 


. 


25 


228 


20 


816 


HI 


831 


311 




10 


967 




566 


11 


■ 


30 


913 


1 981 


918 


65 




65 


99% 






66 






766 


20 


698 


6 


266 


27 




6 902 


071 




192 


278 








186 


738 


116 


671 


10 




318 


923 


29 




7 


661 


161 


336 


97 


069 


16 


556 


3| 


007 


6 196 


205 



21 12» 
21 129 



209 


212 


65 




10 




19 


■- 


16 


3C2 


105 


8*5 




6«3 


9 


0*6 


11* 


995 


6 


0»* 


21 


«2* 


1 35* 




55 






3*9 


65 


266 


■ 








5 


260 


2* 








255 


76C 




781 


. 






319 


92 




6 


697 




765 


21 


995 


6 


603 


1*5 


|9t 


65 


273 


' 




• 




. • 


021 



. 



209 


212 


65 




10 


232 


19 




16 


302 


103 


6*5 


280 


363 


9 


0*8 




«95 


7 


96* 


21 




1 326 


«61 


(NO 




65 


999 


63 


999 


6* 




«0 


?B8 


17 


56 3 


3 


280 


2* 




5 096 


5*3 


256 


318 


238 


781 




95* 


171 


315 


92 




6 


697 


. 


765 




995 


6 


603 


130 


969 


83 


273 


13 




39 


215 


• Ml 


655 



223 


932 


72 


673 


13 


910 


23 




20 


616 


HI 




311 


790 


10 


V67 




566 


11 




30 


*13 


1 «61 


*16 


65 


999 


65 


999 


66 


V55 


«2 


766 


20 


696 


6 


266 


27 


610 


6 402 


071 


311 


192 


276 




26 




166 


736 


116 


671 


10 


299 


318 




29 


*3* 


7 


?t- 


181 


J36 


97 


069 


16 


556 


51 


007 


6 196 


205 





2929125 


OPIUH 






















(CL8 














2 030 


552 


156 


552 


956 


561 


129 


2 


030 


552 


436 


332 




56* 


129 








2 030 


552 


156 


552 


156 


56* 


129 


2 


030 


352 




332 


*56 


38* 


129 






2929115 


AGAR AGAR 






















(LB 














23 758 


180 


000 


180 


000 


180 


000 


23 


756 


180 


000 


. 


000 


160 


000 








72 160 


292 


919 


2*2 


919 


266 


. 


72 


160 




919 




919 


266 


13* 








36 376 


26* 


875 


289 


875 


289 


397 


36 


376 


26* 


675 


26* 


675 


289 


397 








1 603 


11 


783 


11 


783 


13 


175 


1 


603 


11 


783 


II 


783 


13 


175 








15 132 


67 


500 


67 


500 


69 


136 


15 


132 




500 


67 


500 


69 


136 








151 




883 




863 


: 


05* 




151 




863 




683 


1 


05* 








1*9 18C 


787 


960 


787 


960 


618 


896 






767 


960 


767 


960 


816 


896 






2929160 


Saps 4 extracts, vEg, 


PECTIN 


SUBSTANCES, 


6 MUCILAGES 4 THICKENERS 


FROM 


'KODUCTS 
















_ 


76 


136 


77 


012 


77 


111 




. 


76 


136 


77 


012 


77 


HI 








- 


393 


563 


398 


897 


399 


798 




- 


393 


563 


396 


697 


399 


798 








- 


113 


297 


113 


267 


.-- 


271 




- 


113 


297 


113 


267 


1*6 


27* 








- 


23 


760 


23 


760 


28 


MM 




- 


23 






760 


28 


905 








- 


82 


712 


82 


106 


109 


MM. 




- 


82 


712 


62 


106 


109 


904 








- 


30 


698 


30 


698 


35 


831 




- 


30 


616 


30 


6*8 


35 


831 








- 


16 


750 


16 


750 


18 


700 




- 


16 


750 






18 


700 








- 


96 


889 


96 


889 


106 


060 




- 


96 


661 


96 


881 




060 








- 


219 


985 


219 


985 


225 


533 




- 


219 


9B! 


219 


965 


225 


533 








- 


80 


525 


80 


525 


83 






- 


80 


525 


80 


525 


83 


5*5 








- 


115 


883 


115 


896 


120 


429 




- 


115 


883 


113 


8*6 


120 


-2<> 








- 


258 


073 


25e 


073 


288 


251 




- 


29C 


073 


256 


073 


268 


251 








- 


30 


319 


30 


319 


31 


9*5 




- 


30 


319 


30 


319 


31 


9*5 








- 


13 


568 


13 


566 


20 


918 




- 


13 


568 


13 


56e 


20 


918 








- 


102 


626 


102 


626 


103 


547 




- 


102 


626 


102 




103 


5*7 








- 


292 


650 


292 


650 


303 


760 




- 


292 


650 


292 


650 


303 


760 








- 


25 


731 


25 


731 


26 


446 




- 


25 


731 


25 


731 


26 


446 








- 


92 


333 


42 


333 


45 


719 




- 


42 


333 


-; 


333 


*5 


719 








- 


5 


213 


5 


213 


6 


0*7 




- 


3 


213 


5 


213 


6 


0*7 








- 


12 


983 


12 


983 


14 


323 




- 


12 


983 


12 


963 


- 


323 








- 


11 


097 


11 


109 


13 


678 




- 


11 


097 


11 


. - 


13 


676 








- 


2 OH 


736 


2 050 


280 


2 206 


744 




- 


2 044 


736 


2 050 


280 


2 208 








2929200 


FIBERS/ CRIN 


VEGETAL 


AND KAPOK, INCLUDE 


RAW, HASTES, ADVANCED 


WASTES 6 


FIBER BLENDS 
















- 


168 


678 


168 


678 


221 


683 




_ 


168 


678 


168 


678 


221 


683 










168 


678 


168 


678 


221 


683 






168 


678 


168 


678 


221 


683 





JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-69 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



2929320 

MEXICO 

TOTAL 

2929330 

MEXICO 

TOTAL 

2929310 

MEXICO 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

INDIA 

SIER LN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2929810 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

CHILE 

ARGENT 

SIN6APR 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

2929840 

DOM REP 

PERU 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

TURKEY 

Cyprus 

IRAN 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



ISTLE FIBERS. CRUDE OR PROCESSED 



(LB) 



682 662 
682 662 



BRO0MCORN 



691 
691 



426 209 
426 209 



1 051 456 
1 051 456 



STRAW AND OTHER FIBROUS VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES* PROCESSED, NSPF 



111 409 
39 378 
21 407 
29 201 

459 686 

102 149 
5 000 

768 230 



245 549 

19 480 
10 868 
68 252 

140 526 

20 546 
3 250 

508 471 



SEAWEEDS, NSPF, GUAR SEEDS AND TEASELS, « OTHER MARINE PLANTS PREP FOR USE AS HUMAN FOOD 



908 181 
93 944 

467 077 
49 190 
71 304 
33 878 

685 552 
9 215 

124 984 
19 222 

462 547 



175 337 

22 955 

120 032 

6 431 

28 665 

11 323 

138 677 

8 195 
411 324 

9 883 
932 822 



91 850 
24 261 
142 
44 317 
96 231 

120 900 
42 681 

156 596 
2 356 

579 334 



32 606 

14 642 

91 259 

31 541 

19 880 

23 020 

49 212 

27 089 

1 556 

290 805 



426 


588 


426 


588 


1 056 


673 


1 056 


673 


246 


786 


19 


480 


10 


868 


68 


252 


140 


526 


20 


546 


3 


250 


509 


708 


TEASELS, 


178 


604 


22 


955 


124 


132 


6 


431 


28 


665 


11 


323 


138 


677 


8 


195 


412 


436 


9 


911 


941 


329 


EGETABLE, 


32 


606 


14 


642 


91 


259 


31 


541 


19 


880 


23 


020 


49 


212 


27 


089 


1 


556 


290 


805 



426 588 
426 588 



1 056 673 
1 056 673 



246 786 
21 834 
12 586 

109 739 

185 901 

32 249 

4 732 

613 827 



682 662 
682 662 



691 
691 



HI 409 
39 378 
21 407 
29 201 

459 686 

102 149 
5 000 

768 230 



184 754 

23 645 

147 597 

10 286 
31 567 
13 062 

181 483 

9 877 

450 803 

11 442 
1 064 516 



908 181 
93 944 

467 077 
49 190 
71 30<» 
33 878 

685 552 
9 215 

124 984 

19 222 

2 462 547 



dyeing and tanning products, vegetable, nspf, crude or processed 



36 720 
16 805 
92 318 
34 568 
24 075 
27 597 
55 227 
33 746 
1 863 
322 919 



91 850 

24 261 
142 

44 317 

96 231 

120 900 

42 681 

156 596 

2 356 

579 334 



426 


209 


426 


209 


1 051 


456 


1 051 


456 


245 


549 


19 


480 


10 


868 


68 


252 


140 


526 


20 


546 


3 


250 


508 


471 


AS HUMAN 


175 


337 


22 


955 


120 


032 


6 


431 


28 


665 


11 


323 


138 


677 


8 


195 


411 


324 


9 


883 


932 


822 


32 


606 


14 


642 


91 


259 


31 


541 


19 


880 


23 


020 


49 


212 


27 


089 


1 


556 


290 


805 



426 


588 


426 


588 


(STN 




1 056 


673 


1 056 


673 


(LB 




246 


786 


19 


480 


10 


868 


68 


252 


140 


526 


20 


546 


3 


250 


509 


708 


(LB 




178 


604 


22 


955 


124 


132 


6 


431 


28 


665 


11 


323 


138 


677 


8 


195 


412 


436 


9 


911 


941 


329 


(LB 




32 


606 


14 


642 


91 


259 


31 


541 


19 


880 


23 


020 


49 


212 


27 


089 


1 


556 


290 


805 



426 


588 


426 


588 


1 056 


673 


1 056 


673 


246 


786 


21 


834 


12 


586 


109 


739 


185 


901 


32 


249 


4 


732 


613 


827 


184 


754 


23 


645 


147 


597 


10 


286 


31 


567 


13 


062 


181 


483 


9 


877 


450 


803 


11 


442 


1 064 


516 


36 


720 


16 


805 


92 


318 


34 


568 


24 


075 


27 


597 


55 


227 


33 


746 


1 


863 


322 


919 



(Table 2 continued on page 2-70) 



2-70 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i I. Values Continued 



(See "Explanation of Statistics"" lor information on cowreoe, date ot importation, definition! o1 Cutiomi I aj 



rtvao. aouron ol error »n it* data OTH C ■ 



.- ■ 



ol the import lUtutia. Shipment! valued las than $251 are thown only under Schedule A commodity number 990 0000 end eluded Itom a* dene* 











Schedule A coaaodlty number. de»crtpllon 


. 


iattty 












( urrrnl monlh 






Country 


Net 
quantity 






valuo 


doll 


in) 








quasi 










orlulii 


Custoni 


P.i 






C.I 


.f . 










322i)00( 


) BITUMINOUS COAL 


























(STN) 










5 




564 






563 






563 






5 




564 






36 3 
363 






5 




564 






563 






563 






5 






56 3 




322700< 


) PEAT MOSS 


/ INCLUDING FERTILIZER 


GRADE PEAT MOSS 


























2 


318 424 


2 


415 


097 


2 


472 


529 






- 


2 


316 424 


2 415 W7 


2 i72 


329 






. 




11 750 




11 


750 




20 


050 






- 




11 750 




20 


050 






_ 




5 515 




5 


5H 




12 


956 






- 




5 515 


5 513 


12 


V36 






- 


2 


335 689 


2 


432 


362 


2 


505 


537 






- 


2 


335 669 


2 432 362 


2 303 


337 


323200 


) COKE, SUITABLE FOR USE 


iS FUEL 






















(»TN) 










9 3<48 




675 881 






036 






036 




9 


346 




675 661 


724 036 


724 


U36 






44 023 


2 


366 281 


2 


366 


261 


2 


615 


660 




M 




2 


366 261 


MM 261 


2 613 


660 






73 758 


7 


268 230 


7 


768 


230 


7 


826 


696 




' 


756 


7 


266 2 30 


• 8 230 


7 626 


696 






<tB 792 


- 


008 434 


4 


006 


434 


4 


2*0 


756 




46 


792 


4 


006 4 34 


« 006 434 


4 240 


756 






175 921 


14 


". - - . ' 


14 


366 


981 


15 


407 


366 




175 


921 


14 


316 676 


'6 961 


13 407 


366 


323600 


) COAL OR COKE COMPOSITIONS USEO 


FOR 


FUEL ANO COAL NSPF 


1 




li'NI 






CANADA 




11 092 




215 438 




293 


445 




293 


445 




.. 


092 








293 


»i3 






150 038 


- 


128 620 


4 


128 


620 


- 


840 






150 


03« 


4 


126 620 


- :/6 620 


4 640 






28 209 




536 955 




536 


955 




660 


035 




28 


20» 






536 933 


660 


035 






38 




3 174 




3 


534 




4 


875 










3 474 


3 334 


4 


675 






189 377 


- 


884 487 


4 


962 


554 


5 


996 


806 




169 


377 


- 


664 467 


4 962 334 


3 996 


606 


333002 


3 CRUDE PETROLEUM 


TESTING 


UNDER 25 DEGREES API 
















iaeu 








3 


<*07 363 


46 


528 615 


47 


122 


746 


- 


122 


746 


3 


- ' 


363 




526 615 


• 


47 122 


746 






195 638 


1 


995 504 


1 


995 


504 


2 


159 


504 




195 


638 


1 


995 504 


1 993 304 


2 139 


304 






219 911 


2 


594 950 


2 


569 


521 


2 


6-2 


971 




219 


'11 


2 




2 v 


2 642 






5 


557 889 


69 


094 104 


69 


064 


904 


72 


733 


525 


5 


557 


669 


69 


094 104 


69 064 904 


72 733 


325 






121 012 


1 


427 942 


1 


427 


234 


1 


463 






121 




1 




1 427 234 


1 463 


»69 






912 515 


10 


TW -26 


10 


749 


426 


12 


290 


331 




912 


515 


10 




. 


12 290 


331 






447 652 


6 


065 684 


6 


065 


684 


6 


665 


497 




--~ 


652 


6 


063 664 


6 063 664 


6 663 


497 




10 


861 980 


138 


456 225 


138 


995 


021 


145 


09| 


565 


10 


661 


960 


136 


• 


136 993 021 


143 096 


363 


33300"* 


S CRUDE PETROLEUM 


TESTING 


25 DEGREES 


API 


OR OVER 














(B6L) 








6 


089 100 


85 


056 028 


86 


693 


110 


66 


693 


110 


6 


089 


100 


65 


056 026 


66 693 110 


66 693 


11C 




13 


494 557 


179 


805 429 


179 


832 


402 


165 


526 


405 


13 


494 


557 


■ 


■ 


■37 402 


183 526 






3 


963 7<t8 


57 


2-5 -"li 


57 


245 


713 


56 


663 


501 


3 


963 


74,8 


57 


2*3 113 


37 , 


56 663 


301 




3 


727 317 


48 


611 378 


48 


611 


376 


50 


546 


117 


3 


727 


317 


N 


611 371 


46 611 376 


50 546 


117 




2 


053 386 


27 


689 950 


27 


689 


950 


29 


ftM 


621 


2 


C53 


366 


11 


669 95$ 


77 669 930 


29 644 


621 






519 934 


6 


964 354 


6 


964 


354 


7 


77- 


1-3 




519 




6 


964 354 


6 96" 334 


7 774 


145 




2 


375 950 


33 


902 775 


33 


902 


775 


36 


261 


757 


2 


375 


950 


:j 


■ 


33 V 


36 261 


737 




6 


80t 666 


95 


429 901 


95 


429 


901 


103 


953 


764 


6 


604 


666 


95 


429 901 


93 - 


103 933 


764 




2 


965 055 


38 


069 275 


38 


069 


275 


41 


911 


528 


2 


965 


055 


36 




36 069 775 


41 911 


328 




10 


927 301 


141 


836 934 


141 


838 


771 


157 


on 


667 


10 


927 


301 


.-. 


636 934 


l«l 836 771 


137 Oil 


667 




46 


815 275 


602 


781 177 


602 


793 


215 


664 


618 




46 


615 


275 


602 


761 177 


793 713 


66« 618 


334 






842 963 


11 


240 072 


11 


240 


072 


12 


262 


1»9 




642 


963 


11 


240 072 


11 i 


12 262 


149 




10 


040 945 


134 


735 932 


134 


829 


983 


146 


539 


360 


10 


040 






735 932 


134 679 963 


146 339 


360 






368 762 


4 


812 344 


4 


812 


344 


5 


510 


652 




366 


762 


- 




- 817 344 


5 510 


632 




1 


497 766 


21 


558 228 


21 


558 


228 


23 


982 


201 


1 


497 


766 




556 226 


i. 516 728 


23 962 


201 




11 


882 102 


162 


218 679 


162 


218 


679 


176 


754 


9-3 


11 


662 


102 


162 


216 679 


,16 67? 


176 734 


943 






207 570 


2 


966 174 


2 


966 


174 


3 


-<- 


904 




Ml 


570 


2 


966 174 


7 966 174 


3 424 


904 




18 


116 703 


257 


698 530 


257 


698 


530 


273 


900 


171 


16 


116 


703 


257 


696 53C 


7J7 «,»« 53C 


273 900 


171 




27 


573 445 


390 


886 921 


390 


666 


921 


415 


866 


455 


27 


573 




S9C 


666 921 


390 666 921 


415 666 


453 




1 


206 377 


15 


264 665 


15 


264 


685 


16 


843 


674 


1 


206 


377 


15 


264 665 


13 26- if. 


16 643 


874 






471 662 


6 


136 323 


6 


136 


323 


7 


126 


813 






662 


6 


136 323 


.it 323 


7 126 


613 




39 


085 459 


561 


322 511 


561 


365 


894 


601 


579 


359 


39 


■•■ 


459 


Ml 


322 511 


!65 6V4 


601 579 


35* 




1 


676 919 


21 


348 428 


21 


348 


428 


23 


416 


626 


1 


678 


9)9 


21 




21 M 


23 416 


626 






934 370 


12 


518 539 


12 


518 


539 


13 


350 


453 




934 


370 


12 


516 539 


12 316 33? 


13 350 


453 




1 


671 228 


23 


049 425 


23 


049 


425 


25 


156 


999 


1 


671 


2?6 


23 


049 425 


23 


25 156 


999 




215 


314 562 


2 943 


151 705 


2 944 


965 


069 


3 170 


524 


34e 


215 


314 


562 


2 943 


151 7C! 


2 944 963 06? 


3 170 324 


346 


334120 


5 


JET FUEL 


, NAPHTHA AND KEROSENE 


TYPE 


















(BBw) 










79 190 


1 


796 029 


1 


796 


029 


1 


829 


289 




79 


190 


1 


796 02? 


1 796 02? 


1 629 


269 






837 213 


13 


466 729 


13 


486 


729 


14 


246 


012 




837 


213 


13 


486 72? 


13 466 72? 


:- ;-'. 


012 






395 073 


7 


000 045 


7 


000 


045 


7 


234 


912 




395 


073 


7 


000 0"5 


7 000 04! 


7 234 


912 




1 


362 106 


28 


175 972 


28 


175 


972 


29 


869 


070 


1 


362 


106 


26 


175 972 


28 175 972 


29 669 


070 






147 140 


1 


915 763 


1 


915 


763 


1 


949 


605 




117 


140 


1 


915 763 


1 915 763 


1 949 


603 






111 517 


2 


552 622 


2 


552 


622 


2 


929 


549 




111 


517 


2 


552 622 


2 352 622 


2 929 


349 






188 915 


4 


229 796 


4 


229 


796 


4 


44J 


380 




186 


9l5 


4 


229 796 


- 229 79« 


- --. 


360 






167 833 


2 


698 821 


2 


696 


821 


2 


973 


060 




167 


833 


2 


698 621 


2 698 821 


2 973 


060 






61 026 


1 


051 887 


1 


051 


887 


1 


120 


602 




61 


076 


1 


- ! : '--' 


1 051 66' 


1 120 


602 






441 770 


7 


366 073 


7 


366 


073 


8 


3'*3 


159 




441 


770 


7 


366 073 


7 366 07} 


6 343 


159 






172 291 


2 


864 637 


2 


664 


637 


3 


037 


724 




172 


291 


2 


864 637 


2 664 631 


3 037 


724 






144 452 


2 


549 352 


2 


549 


352 


2 


701 


893 




144 


452 


2 


549 352 


2 549 352 


2 701 


893 






8 602 




163 282 




163 


282 




172 


576 




8 


802 




163 282 


163 262 


172 


576 




4 


U7 328 


75 


851 008 


75 


851 


008 


80 


850 


831 


4 


117 


326 


75 


651 00S 


75 651 006 


80 650 


631 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-71 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s.. and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



3341500 

CANADA 

TRlNlD 

N ANTIL 

VENE2 

U KING 

BAHRAIN 

TOTAL 

3343021 

TRINIO 

N ANTIL 

TOTAL 

3343045 

CANADA 

TRINID 

N ANTIL 

VENEZ 

OMAN 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

BRUNEI 

TOTAL 

3344050 

CANADA 

BAHAMAS 

LW WW I 

TRINID 

N ANTIL 

COLOMB 

VENEZ 

ECUADOR 

PERU 

ARGENT 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

OMAN 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

BRUNEI 

ALGERIA 

LIBYA 

SIER LN 

TOGO 

NIGERIA 

ANGOLA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

3344060 

CANADA 

TRINID 

N ANTIL 

VENEZ 

ITALY 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

BRUNEI 

AUSTRAL 

NIGERIA 

TOTAL 

3345410 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

N ANTIL 

SWEDEN 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

GREECE 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



GASOLINE AND OTHER MOTOR FUELS, NSPF 



952 377 
995 571 

78 761 
256 268 

86 HI 

127 293 

2 496 381 



19 022 039 

12 206 708 

1 402 345 
4 601 291 

2 058 921 
2 753 347 

42 044 651 



19 278 465 
12 206 708 

1 402 345 
4 601 291 

2 058 921 
2 753 347 

42 301 077 



19 820 012 

12 827 790 

1 466 148 

6 215 779 

178 615 

171 058 



45 679 402 



952 377 
995 571 

78 761 
256 268 

86 111 

127 293 

2 496 381 



19 022 039 

12 206 708 

1 402 345 
4 601 291 

2 058 921 
2 753 347 

42 044 651 



fuel oils, testing under 25 degrees api, including no. 4 type fuel oil and other, nspf 



159 006 
226 499 
385 505 



2 025 639 

3 585 397 
5 611 036 



2 025 639 

3 585 397 
5 611 036 



2 117 823 

3 834 623 
5 952 446 



fuel oils, testing 25 degrees or over api (light and no. 4) 



485 177 
375 288 
988 105 
494 682 
19 504 
55 700 
117 069 
154 886 
690 411 



9 060 604 

5 981 832 

17 530 351 

7 577 081 

272 216 

776 668 

1 738 242 

2 230 433 
45 167 427 



9 060 604 

5 981 832 

17 530 351 

7 577 181 

272 216 

776 668 

1 738 242 

2 230 433 
45 167 527 



9 340 666 

6 203 649 
18 392 585 

7 895 915 
304 088 
839 389 

1 870 946 

392 081 



47 239 319 



159 006 
226 499 
385 505 



485 177 
375 286 
988 105 
494 682 
19 504 
55 700 
117 069 
154 886 
690 411 



2 025 639 

3 585 397 
5 611 036 



9 060 604 

5 981 832 

17 530 351 

7 577 081 

272 216 

776 668 

1 738 242 

2 230 433 
45 167 427 



(BBL) 

19 278 465 
12 206 708 

1 402 345 

4 601 291 

2 058 921 
2 753 347 

42 301 077 

(BBL) 

2 025 639 

3 585 397 

5 611 036 

(BBL) 

9 060 604 

5 981 832 

17 530 351 

7 577 181 

272 216 

776 668 

738 242 

230 433 



1 
2 
45 167 527 



FUEL OIL TESTING UNDER 25 DEG API, WITH SAYBOLT UNIV VISC AT 100 DEG F OF MORE THN 125 SC (BBL) 



1 311 699 
4 035 655 

263 552 
1 994 073 
6 794 634 

426 859 
17 673 321 

483 623 
75 607 

379 585 

336 953 
51 980 

707 131 

298 357 

1 303 604 

181 018 

888 

337 943 
262 556 
548 832 
217 026 

62 505 

69 690 

67 264 

536 722 

250 

38 421 327 



18 249 
56 141 

2 935 

25 269 

80 219 

4 975 

219 765 

6 134 

994 

4 646 

4 815 

604 

10 769 

4 027 

19 048 

2 718 

13 
4 641 

3 906 
8 761 
2 604 

757 

873 

890 

8 090 

4 

491 858 



738 
693 
226 
308 
226 
168 
680 
967 
804 
221 
058 
528 
608 
820 
319 
151 
188 
575 
145 
484 
308 
561 
909 
175 
183 
400 
443 



18 250 324 
56 141 693 

2 935 226 

25 269 308 

80 219 226 

4 975 168 

219 766 310 

6 134 967 

994 804 

4 646 221 

4 815 058 

604 528 

10 769 608 

4 027 820 

19 048 319 

2 718 151 

13 188 
4 641 575 

3 906 145 
8 761 484 
2 604 308 

757 561 

873 909 

890 175 

8 090 183 

4 400 

491 859 659 



18 510 238 
58 479 930 
3 089 054 
26 508 537 
84 544 668 

5 323 067 
232 215 081 

6 543 783 
197 676 
639 968 
104 837 
677 820 
455 526 
361 980 

20 687 552 

3 013 935 

14 350 
5 144 521 

4 175 054 
9 409 611 
2 925 506 

834 442 

958 233 

1 076 227 

8 685 649 

15 703 
520 792 948 



1 
5 
5 

11 

4 



1 311 699 
4 035 655 

263 552 
1 994 073 
6 794 634 

426 859 
17 673 321 

483 623 
75 607 

379 585 

336 953 
51 980 

707 131 

298 357 

1 303 604 

181 018 

888 

337 943 
262 556 
548 832 
217 026 

62 505 

69 690 

67 264 

536 722 

250 

38 421 327 



18 249 738 
56 141 693 

2 935 226 

25 269 308 

80 219 226 

4 975 168 

219 765 680 

6 134 967 

994 804 

4 646 221 

4 815 058 

604 528 

10 769 608 

4 027 820 

19 048 319 

2 718 151 

13 188 

4 641 575 

3 906 145 
8 761 484 
2 604 308 

757 561 

873 909 

890 175 

8 090 183 

4 400 

491 858 443 



18 250 324 
56 141 693 

2 935 226 

25 269 308 

80 219 226 

4 975 168 

219 766 310 

6 134 967 

994 804 

4 646 221 

4 815 058 

604 528 

10 769 608 

4 027 820 

19 048 319 

2 718 151 

13 168 
4 641 375 

3 906 145 
8 761 484 
2 604 308 

757 561 

873 909 

890 175 

8 090 183 

4 400 

491 659 659 



fuel oil testing 25 deg api or over havg saybolt univ vise at 100 deg f over 125 seconds <bsd 



146 392 
139 991 

29 480 
766 465 
306 594 
106 481 
780 165 

12 738 
415 348 
257 346 
961 000 



2 479 880 
1 543 583 

417 737 

12 086 554 

4 936 171 
1 582 271 

23 719 715 

189 423 

5 696 035 

3 337 959 



55 989 328 



2 479 880 
1 543 583 

417 737 
12 086 554 

4 936 171 
1 582 271 

23 719 715 
189 423 

5 696 035 

3 337 959 
55 989 328 



2 544 293 

1 607 097 

430 119 

12 573 967 

5 150 787 

1 702 169 

27 277 272 

202 867 

841 199 

005 484 



62 335 254 



146 392 
139 991 

29 480 
766 465 
306 594 
106 481 
780 165 

12 738 
415 348 
257 346 
961 000 



LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES, DERIVED FROM PETROLEUM, SHALE OIL, OR BOTH 



249 956 
067 911 

42 448 

5 682 

670 818 

46 726 
506 951 

40 579 
416 227 

11 328 

751 070 

505 

810 203 



251 078 
067 911 

47 603 

5 682 

670 155 

46 728 
507 081 

40 579 
416 227 

11 328 

749 496 

505 

814 373 



251 950 
076 391 

55 065 

6 669 

683 832 

55 952 
600 522 

40 967 
529 710 

13 061 

813 612 

511 

130 442 



2 479 880 
1 543 583 

417 737 
12 086 554 

4 936 171 
1 582 271 

23 719 715 
189 423 

5 696 035 

3 337 959 
55 989 328 



249 956 
067 911 

42 448 

5 682 

670 818 

46 728 
506 951 

40 579 
416 227 

11 326 

751 070 

505 

610 203 



2 479 880 
1 543 583 

417 737 
12 086 554 

4 936 171 
1 562 271 

23 719 715 
189 423 

5 696 035 

3 337 959 
55 989 328 



251 078 
067 911 

47 603 

5 682 

670 155 

46 726 
507 061 

40 579 
416 227 

11 328 

749 496 

505 

814 373 



19 820 012 

12 827 790 

1 466 148 
6 215 779 

2 178 615 

3 171 058 



45 679 402 



2 117 823 

3 834 623 

5 952 446 



9 340 666 

6 203 649 
18 392 585 

7 895 915 
304 086 
839 389 
870 946 
392 081 



1 

2 
47 239 319 



16 510 236 
58 479 930 

3 089 054 
26 508 537 
84 544 666 

5 323 067 
232 215 081 

6 543 763 

1 197 676 
5 639 968 
5 104 837 

677 820 
11 455 526 

4 361 980 
20 667 552 

3 013 935 

14 350 

5 144 521 

4 175 054 
9 409 611 

2 925 506 
634 442 
956 233 

1 076 227 

6 885 649 

15 703 
520 792 948 



2 544 293 

1 607 097 

430 119 

12 573 967 

5 150 767 
1 702 169 

27 277 272 
202 667 

6 641 199 
4 005 484 

62 335 254 



251 950 
078 391 

55 065 

6 669 

683 632 

55 952 
600 522 

40 967 
529 710 

13 061 

613 812 

511 

130 442 



2-72 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(Sfi "£»pl«i«ion of Suiuiia" foMnfofmmon on covtraot. d«t of importation, dtfimuom of Cunomi Ui ane I notainji ««•(« Oil xxwmlmtmtm *<*,**** art tana 

0( tflt import lUUHia Shipmann .aluad lam Itun S25I x» Itiown onl» und»i Scnaoull A commode numbu »0 MOD Id n&afa flaw til otm W ltUt I 



uaber. dpicrlpllc 



jnll Of <)U» 





Currrnl monlh 










Countr\ 
of 


Hat 

quant 1 t>- 


Valuo (dollars) 


qua» 




origin 


CUOlOaa 


f.a.a. 


C.l.f. 









3345420 


Nj 


iPHTr 


AS DERI 


EI 


FRO* 


1 PETROL 


EUM, 


SH< 


LE OIL* 


s; 


ru«Ai 


GAS 


OR CMBNTN! 


i £XCI 


'T M0T< 


► t . 


IELS 




IBbL 








CANADA 




356 


245 


4 


801 


439 


4 


851 


146 


4 


851 


148 


356 


245 


4 


601 


439 


4 


851 


146 


4 


651 148 


BAHAMAS 


1 


I1« 


048 


If 


ISO'S 


655 


19 


605 


655 


?' 


268 


946 




046 


19 




655 




605 


655 


20 


266 946 






771 


64 1 


9 


93? 


803 


9 


932 


603 


L( 


495 


094 


771 


641 


9 


932 


603 


9 


932 


603 


10 


495 094 


N ANTIL 




645 


048 


10 


70 1 


013 


10 


7ol 


013 


:. 


963 


077 


645 


046 


10 






10 




013 


10 


963 077 




I 


11" 


150 


?o 


553 


299 


20 


553 


299 


21 


563 


576 


1 114 


150 


20 


553 


299 


20 


553 


299 


21 


563 576 






9 


656 




149 


4?2 




149 


422 




163 




9 


656 






422 










163 150 


NETHLOS 




139 


855 


3 


687 


583 


3 


667 


563 


) 


922 


464 


139 


655 


3 


687 




3 


667 


583 


3 


922 464 






78 


902 


1 


854 


986 


1 


854 


986 


1 


97.4 


126 


76 


902 


1 


854 


966 


1 


854 


986 


1 


974 128 






470 


871 


7 


625 


466 


7 


625 


466 


e 


198 


6t- 


470 


671 


7 


625 




7 


625 


466 


6 


198 664 


ROMANIA 




50 


000 


1 


091 


000 


1 


091 


000 


1 


128 


995 


50 


000 


1 


091 


000 


1 


091 


000 


1 


126 V95 






56 


896 




87(1 


668 




878 


668 




942 


733 


56 


696 




878 


668 




876 


666 




942 733 






152 


985 


2 


371 


329 


2 


37i 


329 


2 


526 


897 


15? 


985 


2 


3^1 




2 




329 


2 


526 897 






165 


947 


? 


577 


908 


2 


577 


908 


2 


752 


496 


165 


9»7 


2 


577 


9C6 


2 


577 


906 


2 


752 496 




5 


131 


244 


H 


910 


571 


85 


960 


280 


«v 


79i 


368 


5 131 




65 


910 


571 


85 


960 




69 


791 368 


3345430 


M 


[XTURES OF H 


tOROCRBNS, NSPF 


, DERIVO ■ MOU.Y 


FRM PETROL, 


- OIL, 


NAT 


GAS, lIOUID OK 


NOT 
















_ 


1 


174 


2«e 


1 


193 


658 


1 




382 




. 


1 




?98 


1 




656 


1 


174 ifli 








. 




370 


778 




374 


390 




400 


369 




- 




370 


776 




374 


390 




400 369 








- 




59 


659 




59 


659 




65 


67J 




- 




59 


659 




59 


659 




65 673 








- 




?o«, 


213 




245 


213 




337 


797 




- 






213 




245 


213 




337 797 








- 




8?? 


785 




622 


765 


1 


113 


146 




- 




822 


765 






785 


1 


113 146 








- 




315 


053 




315 


053 




373 


758 




- 




315 






315 


053 




373 756 








- 




17 


341 




17 


341 




19 


163 




- 




17 








M] 




19 163 








- 




40 


533 




40 


533 




<3 


198 




- 




40 


533 




40 


533 




43 196 








- 




113 


091 




113 


091 




12C 


770 




- 




. ' 


091 




113 


0V1 




120 770 








- 




100 


025 




100 


425 




106 


992 




- 




100 






100 






106 992 








. 




6 


150 




6 


150 




6 


919 




- 




6 


150 




6 


150 




6 919 








- 


3 


265 


326 


3 


286 


296 


3 


762 


167 




- 


3 


265 


326 


3 


266 


2ve 


3 


762 167 


3345440 


CONOENSATE DERIVEO "HOLLY FROM NATURAL GAS 




















(BtlL 












15 


354 




285 


580 




285 


560 




285 


580 


15 


354 




265 


580 




265 


580 




265 560 


INONSIA 




3l« 


079 


4 


499 


014 


4 


499 


014 


4 


6-: 


429 


319 


079 


4 




014 


4 


499 


014 


4 


640 429 




1 


997 


350 


. v 


351 


847 


29 


351 


647 


31 


062 


020 


1 997 




29 






2» 




84 7 


31 


062 020 


TOTAL 


2 


331 


783 


34 


136 


441 


34 


136 


441 


36 


206 


029 


2 331 


763 


34 


136 




H 


136 


441 


36 


206 029 


3351225 


MONTAN RAX AND PARAFFIN AND 


OTHER PETK ft . - 


■ «»ES 
















(Lb 










2 


MA 


883 




360 


333 




375 


720 




375 


720 


2 466 


683 




360 


333 




375 


720 




375 720 




1 


289 


207 




96 


050 




96 


050 




96 


050 


1 289 


207 




96 


050 




96 


050 




96 050 






553 


911 




81 


282 




81 


262 




96 


870 


553 


911 




81 






81 


282 




96 670 






220 


460 




01 


207 




41 


247 




51 


000 


220 


460 




41 






41 


247 




51 000 






236 


4(19 




59 


187 




59 


166 




71 


493 


238 






59 


187 




59 


186 




71 493 






231 


152 




53 


115 




53 


115 




66 


<-- 


231 


152 






115 




53 


115 




66 244 






785 


066 




181 


832 




181 


832 




220 


670 


785 






161 


632 




181 


832 




220 670 






513 


727 




135 


086 




135 


066 




163 


349 


513 


727 




135 


086 




135 


086 




163 349 






376 


306 




80 


218 




80 


218 




102 


769 


376 


306 




80 


218 




80 


218 




102 769 






2 


117 




6 


969 




6 


969 




7 


259 


2 


111 




6 


969 




6 


969 




7 259 




6 


697 


678 


1 


095 


319 


1 


110 


705 


1 


253 


124 


6 697 


676 


1 


:-t 


319 


1 


110 


705 


1 


253 424 


3351245 


M 


INERAL »AX£S 


, NSPF 




























(LB 












311 


352 




358 


278 




358 


272 




397 


024 


311 


352 




358 


278 




358 


272 




397 024 




2 


336 


689 




600 


:-» 




640 


048 




736 




2 336 


669 




640 


008 




-.• 


048 




736 150 






2 


379 




2 


730 




2 


730 




3 


190 


2 


379 




2 


730 




2 


730 




3 194 




2 


650 


620 


1 


001 


056 


1 


001 


050 


1 


138 


372 


2 650 


620 


1 


001 


056 


1 


001 


050 


1 


136 372 


3352710 


CREOSOTE OIL 
































- 












22 


807 




9 


806 




10 


222 




10 


222 


22 


807 




9 


806 




10 


222 




10 222 






22 


807 




9 


806 




10 


222 




10 


222 


22 


807 




9 


806 




10 


222 




10 222 


3352750 


OILS/ 


ANTHRACENE 


. LIGHT, TAR 


-ACID, 


:tc and 


MIXTURES OF 


CRUDE ORGANIC CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 


















- 




875 


808 




895 


679 




895 


679 




. 




875 


808 




695 


679 




695 679 








- 




875 


808 




895 


679 




895 


679 




- 




875 


808 




695 


679 




895 679 


3353000 


PITCH 


OF COAL 


TAR, TAR COKE, 


MARINE 


SLUE ETC 


















(LB 












280 


600 




20 


438 




21 


463 




21 


463 


280 


600 




20 






21 


463 




21 463 




3 


586 


400 




123 


266 




136 


012 




136 


012 


3 586 


400 




123 


266 




136 


012 




136 012 






295 


746 




33 


367 




33 


367 




53 


527 


295 


7»6 




33 


367 




33 


367 




53 527 




it 


162 


746 




177 


071 




190 


842 




211 


002 


4 162 


746 




177 


071 




190 


842 




211 002 


3354500 


ASPHALT, BITUMEN 


, AND LIMESTONE 


-ROCK ASPHALT 


















(LTN 














464 




64 


197 




66 


843 




66 


803 




464 




'- 


197 




66 


643 




66 843 








162 




16 


722 




16 


722 




16 


722 




162 




16 


722 




16 


722 




16 722 






25 


890 


1 


963 


868 


1 


963 


868 


2 


091 


766 


25 


890 


1 


963 


868 


1 


963 


868 


2 


091 766 








23 




4 


144 




4 


144 




8 


747 




?3 




4 


144 




- 


144 




8 747 






26 


539 


2 


048 


931 


2 


051 


577 


2 


184 


076 


26 


539 


2 


048 


931 


2 


051 


577 


2 


164 078 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-73 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 









Schedule A commodity number, description a 


id unit of quantity 














Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 




Value (dollars) 






Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 




quantity 


Customs 


F.a 


. s. 




C.i 


. f . 


341002! 


5 PROPANE, BUTANE, MIN 


PURITY 90 LIQUID VOLUME PERCENT AND 


MIXTURS OV 90 LVJ5 PROPANE A 


BUTN 


BBL 










4 890 625 


39 121 


493 


42 769 307 


42 802 159 


4 890 625 


39 121 493 


42 


769 


307 


42 


802 159 




457 974 


4 628 


103 


4 628 103 


5 493 883 


457 974 


4 628 103 


4 


628 


103 


5 


493 883 




364 790 


3 706 


266 


3 706 266 


4 589 058 


364 790 


3 706 266 


3 


706 


266 


4 


589 058 




1 909 


18 


441 


18 441 


21 560 


1 909 


18 441 




18 


441 




21 560 




7 842 


75 


754 


75 754 


84 584 


7 842 


75 754 




75 


754 




84 584 




439 853 


2 637 


643 


2 637 643 


4 280 787 


439 853 


2 637 643 


2 


637 


643 


4 


280 787 




23 662 


228 


574 


228 574 


253 535 


23 662 


228 574 




228 


574 




253 535 




3 


1 


117 


1 117 


1 845 


3 


1 117 




1 


117 




1 845 




6 186 658 


50 417 


391 


54 065 205 


57 527 411 


6 186 658 


50 417 391 


54 


065 


205 


57 


527 411 


341005 


L NATURAL GAS, 


METHANE 


AND 


MIXTURES THEREOF 


AND ETHANE MIN 


PURITY 95 LIQ VOL PERCENT 














_ 


199 133 


208 


199 291 389 


199 291 389 


_ 


199 133 208 


199 


291 


389 


199 


291 389 




- 


511 


474 


511 474 


531 802 


- 


511 474 




511 


474 




531 802 




- 


577 


633 


577 633 


596 150 


- 


577 633 




577 


633 




596 150 




- 


267 


871 


267 871 


275 854 


- 


267 871 




267 


871 




275 854 




- 


14 744 


642 


14 744 602 


26 079 035 


- 


14 744 642 


14 


744 


602 


26 


079 035 




- 


215 234 


828 


215 392 969 


226 774 230 


- 


215 234 828 


215 


392 


969 


226 


774 230 


341006 


5 GAS MIXTURES 


CONTAINING 


3V 90X ETHANE AND 


PROPANE AND OTHER GASES AND 


MIXTURES, NSPF 














. 


6 


690 


7 027 


7 027 


. 


6 690 




7 


027 




7 027 




- 


1 519 


989 


1 519 989 


1 750 902 


- 


1 519 989 


1 


519 


989 


1 


750 902 




- 


3 


471 


3 471 


3 521 


- 


3 471 




3 


471 




3 521 




- 




1 530 


150 


1 530 487 




1 761 450 




- 


1 530 150 


1 


530 


487 


1 


761 450 



(Table 2 continued on page 2-74) 



2-74 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.l. Values Continued 

(S.e "Explanation of SiauilrcT lor inlom.at.on on cmngi. «« «» .mpo.tat.on. MUtta « »' -n>> - > *• <•«• OW CTY <•*««»»-' •* •"» «•'"""«• •* •—• 
ol the impon itatm.a. Shipment! viutd Ire than S26I ara Utown only under Sdwlult A cwnnwdtlr rwbtr MO ODOC and taduOad trow all oiw co—o »l«a) 



Schedule A cooaaodlly nunboi unit of qu- 





Current month 




■ u»n lo dale 


Country 
origin 


■luont 












Cus to«a 













"111010 


COO LI 


VER OIL 
























liar 










206 


066 


75 


105 


75 


105 


64 


38* 




206 


066 


75 


105 


75 


105 


64 


364 




360 


660 


178 


055 


178 


055 


202 


691 




360 


860 


176 


055 


176 


055 


202 


691 




566 


946 


253 


160 


253 


160 


287 


075 




566 


9«t6 


253 


160 


253 


160 


267 


075 


H11045 


OILS* 


OF MARINE 


ANIMALS, NSPF 


















(LB) 










1 051 


311 


216 


".«5 


232 


369 


232 


369 


1 


051 


311 


216 


445 


23? 


369 


232 


369 




5 


953 


52 


834 


52 


634 


54 


481 




5 


953 


52 


634 


52 


634 


54 


4»1 






510 


3 


435 


3 


435 


3 


935 






510 


3 


435 


3 


435 


3 


933 




1 057 


774 


272 


714 


266 


656 


2»0 


605 


1 


057 


774 


272 


714 


266 


656 


290 


B09 


4113400 


»00L GREASE 
























(LSI 










105 


193 


11 


004 


11 


004 


16 


046 




105 


193 


11 


004 


11 


004 


16 


046 




159 


460 


39 


2 36 


39 


236 




609 




159 


460 


39 


236 


39 


?36 


46 


609 




66 


• Bfl 


25 


082 


25 


062 


31 


270 




68 


666 


25 


062 


25 


062 


31 


270 




29 


365 


■ 


847 


17 


847 


20 


555 




29 


365 


17 




17 


647 


20 


355 




120 


193 


14 


762 




762 




063 




120 


193 


34 


762 


!' 


762 


43 


063 




135 


166 


- 


469 


24 


• 69 


32 


010 




135 


166 


24 


469 




469 


32 


010 




17 


461 


- 


657 


- 


657 


6 


292 








4 


657 


4 


657 


6 


292 




655 


546 


157 


077 


157 


077 


196 


067 




655 


5*6 




077 


157 


077 


196 


067 


mi 3700 


OILS/ 


FATS/ AND GREASES, 


INIMALj '-SPF 
















ILB) 










260 


680 


400 


346 


400 


346 


400 


346 




260 


660 


400 




400 


346 


400 


346 




151 


543 


295 


• - 




• 


312 


571 








295 


»79 


295 


«79 


312 


571 




lb 


389 


2 


569 


2 


567 


. 






15 


J89 


2 


569 


2 


567 


2 


662 




7 2 7 


61? 


696 


394 


696 


412 




779 






612 


696 


394 


696 


412 


715 


779 


"231000 


RAPESEED oil 
























(LB 










466 


126 


151 


947 


155 


191 


155 


191 






126 


151 


9*7 


155 


191 


155 


191 




925 


932 


309 


540 


309 


540 


311 


115 




925 


932 


309 


540 


309 


540 


311 


115 




1 624 


627 


*?2 


996 


422 


996 


Mi 


963 


1 


624 


627 




996 




996 


445 


Hi 




3 ose 


685 








727 




269 


3 


036 


665 


664 




667 


727 


912 


IM 


1232000 


SOYBEAN OIL 
























(LB 










12 


712 


3 


014 


3 


064 


3 


064 




12 


712 


3 


014 


3 


064 


3 


064 




12 


712 


3 


C14 


3 


064 


3 






12 


712 


3 


014 


3 


064 


3 


064 


4234000 


PEANUT OR GROUNO NUT 


OIL 




















ILB 










16 


405 


11 


224 


11 


224 


12 


692 




16 


40* 


11 


224 


11 


224 


12 


692 




16 


405 


11 


224 


11 


224 


12 


692 




16 


405 


11 


224 


11 


224 


12 


692 


4235040 


OLIVE 


OIL, FIT 


FOR USE AS 


FOOD 


















(LB 










11 


371 


11 


965 


11 


959 




053 




.- 


371 


11 


965 


11 


994 


13 


053 




2 036 


561 


1 486 


416 


1 486 


416 


1 595 


454 


2 


036 


561 


1 466 


416 


1 466 


416 


1 595 






60 


936 


74 




74 


357 


79 


690 




60 


936 


74 




74 


357 


79 


690 




3 387 


651 


1 995 


982 


1 996 


182 


2 205 


867 


3 


J87 


651 


1 995 


962 


1 996 


162 


2 205 


667 




79 


371 


49 


598 


49 


596 


54 


253 




79 


371 


-9 


596 


49 


596 


!•> 






5 600 


692 


3 618 


305 


3 616 


507 


3 948 


337 


5 


600 


892 


3 616 


305 


3 616 


507 


3 946 


J37 


4236000 


SuNFL0»ER OIL 
























(LB) 








36 


160 


11 


831 


11 


851 


11 


651 




38 


160 


11 


631 


11 


651 


11 


611 




1 


050 




585 




585 




669 




1 


050 




5es 




565 




669 




39 


210 


12 


416 


12 


436 


12 


520 




39 


210 


12 


416 


12 


436 


12 


520 


4211000 


LINSEED OR FLAXSEED 


3IL 




















(LB) 










159 




335 




335 




442 






159 




335 




335 




442 






159 




335 




335 




442 






159 




335 




335 




442 


4212000 


palm 


3IL 
























(LB) 








29 


926 


12 


630 


12 


830 


14 


065 




29 


926 


12 


630 


12 


630 


H 


065 




34 201 


185 


8 824 


193 


8 815 


572 


9 464 


498 


34 


201 


185 


6 624 


193 


8 645 


572 


9 464 


496 




2 210 


156 


532 


748 


532 


748 


563 


S9e 


2 


210 


156 


532 


746 


532 


746 


563 


590 




3 


600 


1 


600 


1 


600 


1 


876 




3 


600 


1 


600 


1 


600 


1 


876 




36 441 


867 


9 371 


371 


9 392 


750 


10 044 


029 


36 





867 


9 371 


371 


9 392 


750 


10 044 


029 


4243000 


COCONUT OIL 
























(LB) 








4 440 


120 


1 679 


649 


1 679 


649 


1 754 


135 


4 


440 


120 


1 679 


649 


1 679 


649 


1 754 


135 




1 158 


912 


447 


429 


447 


429 


465 


039 


1 


158 


912 


--" 


429 


--" 


■c* 


465 


039 




155 257 


594 


52 053 


140 


52 053 


140 


54 836 


533 


155 


257 


594 


52 053 


140 


52 053 


140 


M IM 


533 




3 657 


421 


1 368 


831 


1 368 


631 


1 418 


669 


3 


657 


421 


1 368 


831 


1 366 


831 


1 416 


669 




8 258 


686 


2 756 


559 


2 756 


559 


2 985 


446 


8 


258 


686 


2 756 


559 


2 756 


559 


2 965 


446 






675 




900 




900 




991 






675 




900 




900 




991 




172 773 


408 


58 306 


508 


58 306 


508 


61 460 


835 


172 


773 


4Q8 


58 306 


508 


56 306 


508 


61 460 


635 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-75 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 

quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



4244000 


palm-kernel oil 


























19 952 


14 


152 




14 


152 


15 


363 




19 


952 


14 152 




795 280 


597 


121 




597 


131 


643 


371 




79b 


280 


597 121 




29 854 033 9 


209 


083 


9 


209 


084 


9 706 


224 


29 


854 


033 


9 209 083 




357 




429 






429 




472 






357 


429 




30 669 622 9 


820 


785 


9 


820 


796 


10 365 


430 


30 


669 


622 


9 820 785 


4245000 


castor oil 


























5 665 822 1 


852 


000 


1 


852 


000 


1 963 


487 


5 


665 


822 


1 852 000 




2 782 727 


913 


120 




913 


120 


989 


029 


2 


782 


727 


913 120 




8 448 549 2 


765 


120 


2 


765 


120 


2 952 


516 


8 


448 


549 


2 765 120 


4248020 


Tung oil 


























440 920 


265 


169 




265 


169 


276 


635 




440 


920 


265 169 




1 540 729 


806 


481 




806 


481 


854 


048 


1 


540 


729 


806 481 




4 409 


? 


132 




2 


132 


2 


500 




4 


409 


2 132 




1 986 058 1 


073 


782 


1 


073 


782 


1 133 


183 


1 


986 


058 


1 073 782 


4248030 


VEGETABLE OILS/ 


U SPF 
























35 185 


206 


711 




206 


711 


206 


711 




35 


185 


206 711 




745 818 


257 


108 




257 


108 


275 


236 




745 


8l8 


257 108 




220 460 


103 


195 




103 


195 


109 


128 




220 


460 


103 195 




65 095 


58 


008 




58 


008 


61 


266 




65 


095 


58 008 




11 883 


9 


030 




9 


030 


12 


530 




11 


883 


9 030 




7 851 


14 


012 




14 


012 


15 


797 




7 


851 


14 012 




2 310 


5 


994 




5 


994 


6 


271 




2 


310 


5 994 




18 929 


15 


300 




15 


300 


17 


357 




18 


929 


15 300 




113 065 


134 


771 




134 


771 


144 


620 




113 


065 


134 771 




7 519 


6 


523 




6 


633 


7 


163 




7 


519 


6 523 




1 228 115 


810 


652 




810 


762 


856 


079 


1 


228 


115 


810 652 


4312050 


FATS/ OILS/ AND 


GREASES, HYDROGENATED AND ARTIFICIAL MIXTURES 


OF OILS 






264 000 


101 


316 




101 


451 


109 


452 




264 


000 


101 316 




83 877 


106 


829 




106 


829 


112 


451 




83 


877 


106 829 




9 444 


7 


166 




7 


166 


7 


679 




9 


444 


7 166 




55 100 


18 


744 




18 


744 


21 


602 




55 


100 


18 744 




4 156 


3 


554 




3 


554 


3 


737 




4 


156 


3 554 




416 577 


237 


609 




237 


744 


254 


921 




416 


577 


237 609 


4314320 


WAX, CANDELILLA 


























145 109 


92 


158 




92 


158 


92 


158 




145 


109 


92 158 




145 109 


92 


158 




92 


158 


92 


158 




145 


109 


92 158 


4314340 


WAX/ CARNAUBA 


























610 346 


504 


136 




504 


136 


564 


819 




610 


346 


504 136 




1 378 


? 


682 




2 


724 


2 


852 




1 


378 


2 682 




611 724 


506 


818 




506 


860 


567 


671 




611 


724 


506 818 


4314360 


JAPAN, OURICURY, 


AND 


OTHER VEGETABLE WAXES 


/ NSPF 














5 040 


14 


196 




14 


196 


14 


868 




5 


040 


14 196 




716 


2 


300 




2 


300 


2 


481 






716 


2 300 




5 756 


16 


496 




16 


496 


17 


349 




5 


756 


16 496 


4314420 


BEESWAX/ NOT BLEACHED 






















38 400 


78 


810 




79 


300 


79 


300 




38 


400 


78 810 




70 102 


139 


590 




139 


625 


142 


290 




70 


102 


139 590 




25 982 


53 


828 




53 


828 


55 


961 




25 


982 


53 828 




22 062 


48 


587 




48 


587 


49 


639 




22 


062 


48 587 




11 023 


22 


046 




22 


046 


23 


364 




11 


023 


22 046 




167 569 


342 


861 




343 


386 


350 


554 




167 


569 


342 861 


4314440 


BEESWAX, BLEACHED, SPERMACETI 


WAX/ 


\ND ANIMAL WAXES/ NSPF 












11 023 


27 


227 




27 


227 


28 


091 




11 


023 


27 227 




12 690 


6 


672 




6 


715 


7 


929 




12 


690 


6 672 




23 713 


33 


899 




33 


942 


36 


020 




23 


713 


33 899 


4316000 


SOD OIL, AND FATTY ACIDS AND 


FATS, 


PROCESSED OF ANIMAL OR 


VEGETABLE ORIGIN 






130 557 


119 


202 




119 


202 


129 


290 




130 


557 


119 202 




34 653 


5 


514 




5 


524 


8 


021 




34 


653 


5 514 




165 210 


124 


716 




124 


726 


137 


311 




165 


210 


124 716 



(LB) 



14 152 


15 363 


597 131 


643 371 


9 209 084 


9 706 224 


429 


472 


9 820 796 


10 365 '430 


(LB) 




1 852 000 


1 963 487 


913 120 


989 029 


2 765 120 


2 952 516 


(LB) 




265 169 


276 635 


806 481 


854 048 


2 132 


2 500 


1 073 782 


1 133 183 


(LB) 




206 711 


206 711 


257 108 


275 236 


103 195 


109 128 


58 008 


61 266 


9 030 


12 530 


14 012 


15 797 


5 994 


6 271 


15 300 


17 357 


134 771 


144 620 


6 633 


7 163 


810 762 


856 079 


(LB) 




101 451 


109 452 


106 829 


112 451 


7 166 


7 679 


18 744 


21 602 


3 554 


3 737 


237 744 


254 921 


(LB) 




92 158 


92 158 


92 158 


92 158 


(LB) 




504 136 


564 819 


2 724 


2 852 


506 860 


567 671 


(LB) 




14 196 


14 868 


2 300 


2 481 


16 496 


17 349 


(LB) 




79 300 


79 300 


139 625 


142 290 


53 828 


55 961 


48 587 


49 639 


22 046 


23 364 


343 386 


350 554 


«LB) 




27 227 


28 091 


6 715 


7 929 


33 942 


36 020 


(LB) 




119 202 


129 290 


5 524 


8 021 


124 726 


137 311 



2-76 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Siai.ilia" for information on cowrage. data o( (moortidon. defin.noru ol Cuilomi I ai . ana c c ' .afuti. aourt* ol ajrn. .n tfct dai. OTM CT> j.mt ■»■ daf,. ,i, r» and km 

of ihe import stanitia Shipmeno valued l»o lhan H51 an thoum only undar Schedule A commodily number 990 POM and eadudad Iron all other nowwd.it I 















oaaaodlty number, daacrl 


pt ion 


and unit of quantity 




I urn-iil muiiih 




( urmilal 


i>r lanuart lu Jalr 




Cot:i 










Valuo 


(doll 


inl 














LBln 


quttr ' 


Cuatoaa 


r. 


a. a. 






i.f . 




quantity 


LtJH 




a,0, 


■ 1 


5171005 


BENZENE 
































GAL) 






1 410 220 


1 


nsi 


285 


l 


055 


285 


1 


055 


285 


1 


410 220 


1 


055 


263 


1 


055 285 


1 053 263 




771 942 




MO 


10? 




640 


102 




655 


586 




774 942 




610 


102 




640 102 


633 366 




625 828 




4SR 


398 




458 


398 




476 


629 




625 626 




,• | 


396 




■56 398 


473 629 




2 810 990 


2 


153 


785 


2 


153 


785 


2 


166 


500 


2 


810 990 


2 


153 


763 


2 


133 763 


2 166 300 


517101C 


TOLUENE 
































0A k ) 






2 781 100 


1 


783 


209 


1 


797 


219 


1 


636 


129 


2 


761 100 


1 


763 


2C9 


1 


797 249 


1 636 129 




452 130 




?m 


■ 




?45 


37u 




290 


628 




432 130 




245 


374 




243 374 


290 626 




3 233 230 


2 


028 


583 


2 


042 


623 


2 


126 


757 


3 


233 ?30 


2 


026 


363 


2 


MI 623 


2 126 737 


5171025 


XYLENE. NSPF 






























i*.) 






908 266 




•.70 


58*. 




571 


235 




571 


233 




906 266 




570 


3«S 




371 233 


371 233 




908 266 




570 


585 




571 


235 




571 


235 




906 266 




570 


383 






371 233 


517103C 


CuHENE 
































(L6) 






3"* 571 128 


1 


??? 


035 


4 


240 


780 


- 


386 


913 






- 


222 


033 


4 


240 760 


4 366 913 




25 189 982 


2 


787 


675 


? 


787 


675 


2 


946 




23 


469 962 


2 


767 


673 


2 


767 675 


2 946 414 




22 591 920 


1 


17? 


273 


1 


487 


452 


1 


863 


29<, 


22 


594 920 


1 


372 


273 


1 


167 "32 


1 663 299 




82 659 030 


8 


581 


983 


8 


515 


907 


9 


200 


628 


62 


659 030 


6 


581 


983 


6 


313 907 


9 200 628 


5l7106( 


) ORGANIC CHEMICAL 


PRODUCT! 


FOUND 


NATURALLY IN COAL TAR, 


NSPF 


















_ 




«.17 


270 






270 




592 


091 




. 




Ml 


270 




i-7 270 


392 091 




- 




230 


854 




230 


854 






457 




- 




230 


834 




230 634 


244 437 




. 




439 


695 




439 


695 




- . 


229 




- 




439 


693 




43* 693 


479 2?9 




- 






454 






454 






480 




- 






434 




431 


460 




- 


1 


218 


273 


1 


218 


?73 


1 


316 


237 




- 


1 


218 


273 


1 


216 273 


I 316 237 


517200: 


1 STYRENE 
































(LB) 






1 75" 814 




309 


561 




331 


594 




311 


63* 


1 


73* 6i4 






3*1 




331 394 


311 639 




1 754 811 




309 


561 




331 


594 






639 


1 


754 614 




309 


361 




331 394 


311 639 


517200! 


> PHTHALIC ANHYRIOE 




























(LB) 






240 000 




63 


600 




49 


480 






460 




240 000 




63 


600 




M BM 


49 460 




86 181 




16 


920 




16 


920 




.v 


600 




66 164 




16 


920 




16 920 


19 600 




110 876 




116 


8 32 




65 


798 




82 


676 




440 676 




116 


832 




65 796 


62 676 




37 302 




9 


885 




5 


516 




7 


323 




37 302 




9 


863 




5 516 


7 323 




852 616 




116 


234 




11" 


196 




151 


130 




632 6l6 




H6 


234 




114 496 


151 130 




251 632 




67 


478 




49 


795 




36 


763 








67 


476 




49 795 


36 763 




683 126 




12? 


853 




122 


853 






.-. 




683 426 




122 


633 




122 633 


146 142 




2 597 036 




513 


802 




424 


858 




513 


338 


2 


397 036 






BO. 




424 638 


313 338 


517201 


» phenol or 


CARBOLIC ACID 


























(LB) 






92 593 




16 


670 




16 


670 




16 


670 




92 593 




16 


670 




16 670 


16 670 




500 






358 






371 






371 




500 






336 




371 


371 




93 093 




17 


028 




17 


041 




17 


041 




93 093 




17 


028 




17 041 


17 041 


517201 


> CYCLIC ORGANIC CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, NSPF 




















(LB) 






9 612 389 


1 


785 


292 


1 


733 


278 


1 


770 


7*7 


9 


612 389 


1 


765 


292 


1 


733 276 


1 770 747 




61 619 




112 


953 




126 


862 




117 


371 




61 619 




1-2 


933 




126 662 


147 371 




302 




215 


017 




245 


017 




249 


;lt 




302 




w 


017 




243 017 


249 616 




3 363 153 


3 


202 


525 


2 


602 


520 


2 


840 


851 


3 


363 453 


3 


202 


525 


2 


602 320 


2 640 651 




272 966 




799 


191 




782 


401 




803 


776 




272 966 




799 


191 




762 401 


603 776 




113 825 




528 


934 




421 


406 




450 


212 




143 825 




526 


934 




421 406 


430 212 




1 112 957 


1 


999 


212 


1 


834 


675 


1 


965 


977 


1 


H2 957 


1 


999 


212 


1 


631 673 


1 963 977 




6 605 106 


12 


033 


795 


10 


956 


688 


11 


474 


516 


6 


605 406 


12 


033 


795 


10 


956 666 


11 474 316 




15 159 




68 


600 




29 


263 




30 


698 




15 159 




66 


600 




29 263 


30 698 




701 095 


1 


308 


988 


1 


321 


144 


1 


390 


152 




704 095 


1 


joe 


9ee 


1 


321 144 


1 390 152 




169 613 




169 


543 




131 


027 




150 


068 




169 643 




169 


543 




134 027 


150 066 




1 128 880 




333 


020 




333 


020 




344 


563 


1 


126 860 




333 


020 




333 020 


311 563 




1 095 113 


3 


079 


098 


2 


729 


385 


2 


803 


901 


1 


! 9 5 »a}3 


3 


079 


098 


2 


729 365 


2 603 901 




17 725 




89 


244 




89 


244 




91 


190 




17 725 




89 


;-- 




69 244 


91 190 




110 230 




101 


412 




58 


875 




62 


500 




110 230 




101 


412 




36 675 


62 500 




116 562 




114 


969 




98 


623 




ISO 


424 




146 562 




114 


969 




96 623 


ISO 424 




86 222 




321 


632 




259 


557 




271 


157 




68 222 




321 


632 




259 557 


271 157 




226 097 




103 


616 




85 


882 




97 


110 




226 097 




103 


616 




85 682 


97 110 




40 001 




66 


923 




66 


923 




71 


796 




10 001 




66 


923 




66 923 


71 796 




2 889 221 


6 


471 


068 


5 


271 


951 


5 


797 


659 


2 


689 224 


6 


471 


068 


5 


271 951 


5 797 659 




2 253 




3 


492 




4 


206 




4 


548 




2 253 




3 


u9? 




1 206 


4 546 




28 106 451 


32 


998 


514 


29 


184 


947 


30 


969 


052 


28 


106 151 


32 


998 


i-» 


29 


184 947 


30 969 052 


517311 


3 DRUGS, SPECIFIED 


, DERIVED FROM 


BENZENOI 


5 CHEMICALS 


AND 


PRODUCTS 










(LB) 






158 290 


1 


108 


955 




777 


402 




817 


193 




158 290 


1 


108 


955 




777 402 


817 193 




16 711 




89 


792 




70 


376 




73 


191 




16 711 




69 


79? 




70 376 


73 191 




30 395 




224 


000 




172 


298 




175 


258 




30 395 




224 


000 




172 298 


175 238 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-77 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



ITALY 

YUGOSLV 

TOTAL 

5173120 

NETHLDS 

PORTUSL 

TOTAL 

5173130 

U KING 

TOTAL 

5173140 

SWEDEN 

AUSTRIA 

TOTAL 

5173150 

COLOMB 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5173160 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BAHAMAS 

SWEDEN 

FINLAND 

DENMARK 

U KING 

IRELAND 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

HUNGARY 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5173200 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5173300 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

5173400 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

I*SRAEL 

CHINA M 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5173500 

MEXICO 

U KING 



10 141 86 250 

46 187 375 200 

261 724 1 884 197 

AMPICILLIN AND ITS SALTS 

4 409 262 200 
2 204 92 500 
6 613 354 700 

PENICILLIN G SALTS 



12 400 
12 400 

PENICILLIN/ NSPF 

20 943 

3 307 

24 250 



202 483 
202 483 



259 480 

43 320 

302 800 



VITAMIN E 

8 433 

2 849 

99 741 

63 310 

34 612 

208 945 



59 940 

22 212 

637 450 

580 688 

372 486 

1 672 776 



65 453 

251 880 

1 337 409 



214 592 

71 550 

286 142 



202 483 
202 483 



259 480 

39 722 

299 202 



59 940 

22 212 

477 434 

398 033 

284 353 

1 241 972 



67 160 

258 362 

1 391 164 



219 723 

72 793 

292 516 



205 403 
205 403 



265 961 

40 264 

306 225 



63 179 

23 295 

576 936 

412 860 

289 829 

1 366 099 



PRODUCTS SUITABLE FOR MEDICINAL USE, AND DRUGS, NSPF 



33 292 

18 961 

19 841 
56 852 
13 304 
17 908 

193 014 

61 846 

119 173 

36 173 

127 560 

189 233 

16 832 

10 856 

6 105 

77 712 

904 

12 

140 587 

12 044 

22 046 

186 750 

13 

1 361 018 

SACCHARIN 

92 000 

30 000 

338 862 

460 862 

VANILLIN 

150 973 
150 973 



645 

73 
744 
527 

95 
205 
914 
118 
383 
760 
946 
456 
?93 
290 
508 
228 
110 

12 
731 
249 

68 
903 



21 271 



574 
828 
853 
256 
275 
771 
956 
624 
190 
488 
471 
172 
736 
968 
693 
579 
740 
731 
544 
780 
180 
570 
562 
541 



259 185 

82 500 

940 134 

1 281 819 



737 872 
737 872 



713 468 

73 828 

1 744 853 

497 387 

67 143 
198 831 

1 631 938 

945 177 

369 054 

731 686 

355 526 

1 953 908 
242 134 
204 124 
502 700 
170 910 

30 750 

12 731 

3 747 202 

172 419 

68 180 

2 711 147 

562 

17 145 658 



205 126 

57 000 

747 614 

1 009 740 



571 168 
571 168 



1 561 410 

74 151 

1 757 442 

504 712 
70 494 

207 206 

1 660 858 

956 653 

373 545 

738 141 

407 771 

1 992 988 
245 863 
210 362 

505 195 
178 156 

32 711 

12 792 

3 841 656 

177 785 

68 180 

2 820 779 

589 

18 399 439 



216 460 

59 634 

934 646 

1 210 740 



573 948 
573 948 



AROMATIC OR ODORIFEROUS COMPOUNDS INCLUDING FLAVORS, NSPF 



10 087 
29 694 
20 318 

100 807 

14 768 

2 205 

11 023 
58 443 

247 345 



47 824 
198 436 
231 931 
295 883 
116 522 
101 853 
52 359 
302 908 
1 347 716 



39 529 
148 315 
135 870 
196 893 
100 444 
45 000 
44 183 
222 828 
933 062 



41 747 
156 135 
138 139 
206 063 
103 154 
45 280 
45 493 
235 742 
971 753 



NAPHTHOL AS AND ITS DERIVATIVES, FAST COLOR BASES AND SALTS 



2 204 
55 833 



8 060 
210 704 



8 188 
150 698 



8 188 
156 282 



10 141 


86 


250 


65 453 


67 160 


46 187 


375 


200 


251 880 


258 362 


261 724 


1 884 


197 


1 337 409 
(LB) 


1 391 164 


4 409 


262 


200 


214 592 


219 723 


2 204 


92 


500 


71 550 


72 793 


6 613 


354 


700 


286 142 
(LB) 


292 516 


12 400 


202 


483 


202 483 


205 403 


12 400 


202 


483 


202 483 
(LB) 


205 403 


20 943 


259 


480 


259 480 


265 961 


3 307 


43 


320 


39 722 


40 264 


24 250 


302 


800 


299 202 
(LB) 


306 225 


8 433 


59 


940 


59 940 


63 179 


2 849 


22 


212 


22 212 


23 295 


99 741 


637 


450 


477 434 


576 936 


63 310 


580 


688 


398 033 


412 860 


34 612 


372 


486 


284 353 


289 829 


208 9i»5 


1 672 


776 


1 241 972 
(LB) 


1 366 099 


33 292 


1 645 


574 


713 468 


1 561 410 


18 961 


73 


828 


73 828 


74 151 


19 841 


1 744 


853 


1 744 853 


1 757 442 


56 852 


527 


256 


497 387 


504 712 


13 304 


95 


275 


67 143 


70 494 


17 908 


205 


771 


198 831 


207 206 


193 014 


1 914 


956 


1 631 938 


1 660 858 


61 846 


1 118 


624 


945 177 


956 653 


119 173 


383 


190 


369 054 


373 545 


36 173 


760 


488 


731 686 


738 141 


127 560 


946 


471 


355 526 


407 771 


189 233 


2 456 


172 


1 953 908 


1 992 988 


16 832 


293 


736 


242 134 


245 863 


10 856 


290 


966 


204 124 


210 362 


6 105 


508 


693 


502 700 


505 195 


77 712 


228 


579 


170 910 


178 156 


904 


110 


740 


30 750 


32 711 


12 


12 


731 


12 731 


12 792 


140 587 


4 731 


544 


3 747 202 


3 841 656 


12 044 


249 


780 


172 419 


177 785 


22 046 


68 


180 


68 180 


68 180 


186 750 


2 903 


570 


2 711 147 


2 820 779 


13 




562 


562 


569 


361 018 


21 271 


541 


17 145 658 
(LB) 


18 399 439 


92 000 


259 


185 


205 126 


216 460 


30 000 


82 


500 


57 000 


59 634 


338 862 


940 


134 


747 614 


934 646 


460 862 


1 281 


819 


1 009 740 
(LB) 


1 210 740 


150 973 


737 


872 


571 168 


573 948 


150 973 


737 


872 


571 168 
(LB) 


573 948 


10 087 


47 


824 


39 529 


41 747 


29 694 


198 


436 


148 315 


156 135 


20 318 


231 


931 


135 870 


138 139 


100 807 


295 


883 


196 893 


206 063 


14 768 


116 


522 


100 444 


103 154 


2 205 


101 


853 


45 000 


45 280 


11 023 


52 


359 


44 183 


45 493 


58 443 


302 


908 


222 828 


235 742 


247 345 


1 347 


716 


933 062 
(LB) 


971 753 


2 204 


8 


060 


8 188 


8 168 


55 833 


210 


704 


150 898 


156 282 



2-78 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, date ol importation, definitions of Customs, l-aj MaiUJ »a>i*s sou rt»s of error * tt* data. OTm CTY lotht' conn 
of the import statistics. Sh.pments valued lass than $251 ar< shown only under Schedule A commodity numb* 990 0000 and eidufled from ail othti « 



•n ttvt data. OTm CTY tot*** countrai) and e*h«* <JV niiont end Hm<j*m 
commodii m. ) 



Schedule A c 



Sty number, description «nd unit of quantity 





I urrrnl munlh 


< umulalitr Januart lo djlr 


Country 


Net 
quant l ty 


Value (dollar.) 


quant 1 ty 




origin 


Cuatoaa 


F.a.a. 


C.t.f. 


i lam 




1 t 





2 510 




48 


318 




48 


087 


48 794 




2 


510 


-6 


316 


4 6 06 7 


48 794 




24 515 




180 


757 




158 


739 


165 463 




24 


515 


160 


757 


156 739 


165 463 




33 069 




fl«, 


120 




54 


518 


55 850 




33 


069 


65 


120 


54 516 


55 650 




23 16° 




103 


878 




91 


148 


96 475 




23 


169 


103 


676 


91 146 


98 -75 




11 023 




7? 


653 




43 


177 


45 766 




11 


023 


W 


653 


43 177 


45 766 




110 






370 






270 


277 






no 




370 


270 


277 


TOTAL 


152 433 




709 


860 




555 


025 


579 135 




152 


-33 


709 


660 


555 025 


579 135 


5173600 


PRODUCTS USED 


IS 


PLASTICIZERS 


ANO TEXTILE 


FINISHERS, NSPt 


AND 


SODIUM BENZOATE 




(LB) 






162 02" 




78 


601 




67 


391 


68 136 




162 


02« 


76 


601 


67 391 


66 136 




117 161 




1 13 


365 




99 


8b* 


109 337 




117 


161 


113 


365 


V* 666 


109 337 




71 385 




56 


794 




47 


349 


51 262 




71 


385 


•6 


794 


11 349 


51 262 




2 213 «18 




708 


294 




542 


160 


612 2«- 


2 


213 




706 


294 


54? 160 


612 294 


K0R REP. . . . 


187 393 




?on 


008 




145 


42? 


15« 




187 


393 


208 


006 


145 It] 


159 -.1 




154 32" 




171 


300 




126 


612 






15" 


'.- 




300 


126 612 


141 094 




3 478 




1 


926 




2 


036 


« 851 




3 


476 


1 


926 


2 036 


4 651 




2 9o9 183 


1 


338 


288 


1 


031 


038 


1 146 377 


2 


909 


163 


1 336 


286 


1 031 036 


1 146 377 


5174010 


Butadiene, butylene. 


ETHYLENE 


, PROPYLENE 














(LB) 






55 084 609 


3 


863 


596 


3 


685 


613 


3 665 613 


55 




609 


3 M 1 


596 


3 BB5 613 


3 665 613 




8 811 631 


1 


501 


36? 


1 


501 


362 


; 6" 1 * 562 


6 


811 


831 


1 501 


362 


1 501 362 


1 674 562 




42 47" 798 


7 


367 


751 


7 


354 


317 


8 134 716 


%i 




796 


7 367 


751 


7 354 317 


6 134 716 




7 275 781 


1 


134 


198 


1 


134 


196 


1 161 191 


7 


275 






196 


1 134 198 


1 161 191 




12 674 445 


? 


075 


309 


I 


075 


309 


2 417 540 


1? 


»•?*< 




2 075 


309 


2 075 309 


2 417 5-0 




126 321 66" 


15 


942 


216 


u 


950 


799 


17 293 624 


126 


321 




15 942 


216 


15 950 799 


17 293 624 


5174030 


METHYLENE CHLORIDE OR 0ICHLOROMETr,i>.E 














(LB) 






1 504 046 




736 


048 




236 


046 


252 032 


1 


504 


046 


236 


046 


236 048 


252 032 




1 105 283 




165 


149 




165 


445 


172 68. 


1 


105 


263 






165 445 


172 664 




1 205 




3 


247 




3 


261 


3 264 




1 


205 


3 




3 261 


3 264 


TOTAL 


2 610 534 




404 


740 




-.- 


77* 


428 200 


2 


610 


534 


«0« 




404 774 


426 200 


5174045 


PERCHL0R0ETHYLENE 






















(LB) 






239 061 




31 


507 




31 


797 


31 797 




i34 


061 


31 


507 


31 797 


31 797 




1 113 550 




"1 


993 




81 


993 


106 : - 


1 


113 


550 


61 


993 


61 993 


106 104 




1 70" 049 




146 


763 




146 


763 


17& 665 


1 


] - 


0«9 


1-6 


7*3 


146 763 


170 665 




3 056 660 




260 


263 




260 


553 


310 566 


3 


•51 


660 


260 


263 


260 553 


310 566 


5174050 


TRICHL0R0ETHYLENE 






















(LB) 






627 126 




118 


166 




79 


144 


116 215 




627 


128 


116 


166 


79 144 


116 215 




893 944 




111 


510 




HI 


510 


122 189 




893 


... 


111 


510 


111 510 


122 169 




3 197 




3 


376 




2 


926 


3 460 




3 


197 


3 


376 


2 926 


3 460 




1 524 269 




233 


052 




193 


560 


2-3 86- 


I 


524 


?6* 


233 


052 


193 560 


243 664 


5174060 


HYDROCARBONS, 


HALOGENATED, NSPF 


















(LB) 






368 302 




95 


312 




92 


057 


96 627 




368 


302 


95 


312 


92 057 


96 627 




442 916 




457 


315 




420 


141 


477 3-6 




-~2 


916 


•SI 


315 


420 1*1 


477 346 




68 342 




77 


003 




74 


749 


82 717 




66 


3.2 


77 


003 


7. 74» 


62 717 




253 384 




747 


202 




2*2 


822 


263 090 




253 


36» 


<--> 


2C2 


2^2 622 


263 090 




2 237 204 




192 


"11 




192 


436 


206 636 


2 


131 


20* 


192 


411 


19? 436 


206 636 




20 944 




24 


584 




24 


584 


26 167 




20 


944 


24 


-.'• 


24 564 


26 167 




1 162 900 




158 


245 




158 


245 


172 501 


1 


162 


900 


156 


i-: 


156 245 


172 501 




60 186 




17 


623 




17 


623 


21 720 




60 


166 


17 


623 


17 623 


21 720 




67 196 




63 


712 




63 


712 


70 308 




67 


196 


63 


712 


63 712 


70 306 




4 681 376 


1 


333 


407 


1 


286 


371 


1 419 134 


4 


681 


376 


1 333 


407 


1 266 371 


1 419 134 


5174070 


HyDROCARBOSS, 


NSPF 






















(LB) 






47 964 536 




845 


357 




845 


796 


934 170 


47 


96" 


536 


845 


357 


645 796 


934 170 




7 962 072 


1 


040 


133 


1 


040 


133 


1 096 173 


7 


962 


072 


1 040 


133 


1 040 133 


I 096 173 




29 640 




70 


261 




70 


261 


71 766 




29 


640 


70 


261 


70 261 


71 766 




79 939 




53 


471 




53 


471 


59 676 




79 


939 


53 


471 


53 471 


59 676 




35 648 




6 


556 




8 


556 


12 238 




35 


Ml 


6 


«I6 


6 556 


12 238 




59 966 




24 


978 




24 


978 


28 386 




59 


966 


24 


978 


24 976 


26 368 




2 233 




6 


753 




6 


723 


7 266 




2 


233 


6 


753 


6 723 


7 266 




56 134 034 


2 


049 


509 


2 


049 


916 


2 209 677 


56 


134 


03« 


2 049 


509 


2 049 916 


2 209 677 


5175015 


ALCOHOL, ETHYL, 


FOR 


"ONBEVERAGE 


PURPOSES 














(6Al) 






1 907 754 


1 


706 


343 


1 


706 


343 


1 849 796 


1 


907 


75<» 


1 706 


343 


1 706 343 


1 649 796 




915 359 




536 


904 




536 


904 


638 376 




915 


359 


536 


904 


536 904 


638 376 




1 403 




8 


557 




8 


557 


9 410 




1 


403 


8 


557 


6 557 


9 410 




1 013 090 




967 


436 




967 


436 


1 057 450 


1 


013 


090 


967 


436 


967 436 


1 057 450 




3 482 




23 


689 




23 


889 


26 276 




3 


482 


23 


689 


23 889 


26 276 




8 909 




36 


744 




36 


744 


41 256 




8 


9o9 


36 


7.. 


36 744 


41 256 




3 849 997 


3 


279 


P73 


3 


279 


873 


3 622 564 


3 


849 


997 


3 279 


673 


3 279 873 


3 622 564 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-79 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



5175020 


glycerine, crude 


OR REFINED 


















(LB) 






2 300 


1 416 


1 431 




1 431 




2 


300 


1 


416 


1 431 


1 431 




2 300 


1 416 


1 431 




1 431 




2 


300 


1 


416 


1 431 


1 431 


5175035 


DIPENTAERYTHRITOL AND PENTAERYTHRITOL 
















(LB) 






108 001 


40 706 


24 344 




46 646 




108 


001 


40 


706 


24 344 


46 646 




126 68" 


47 089 


47 089 




51 152 




126 


684 


47 


089 


47 089 


51 152 




234 685 


87 795 


71 433 




99 798 




234 


685 


87 


795 


71 433 


99 798 


5175040 


ALCOHOL, OCTYL 
















• 




(LB) 






5 767 651 1 


267 989 


1 273 004 


1 


277 781 


5 


767 


651 


1 267 


989 


1 273 004 


1 277 781 




309 


349 


374 




374 






309 




349 


374 


374 




5 767 960 1 


268 338 


1 273 378 


1 


278 155 


5 


767 


960 


1 268 


338 


1 273 378 


1 278 155 


5175055 


BUTYLENE GLYCOL 


&ND PROPYLENE 


GLYCOL 
















(LB) 






50 460 


8 331 


9 252 




9 252 




50 


460 


8 


331 


9 252 


9 252 




3 909 290 1 


833 457 


1 844 699 


1 


901 699 


3 


909 


290 


1 833 


457 


1 844 699 


1 901 699 




3 959 750 1 


841 788 


1 853 951 


1 


910 951 


3 


959 


750 


1 841 


788 


1 853 951 


1 910 951 


5175060 


ETHYLENE GLYCOL 




















(LB) 






45 560 


9 466 


9 466 




9 466 




45 


560 


9 


466 


9 466 


9 466 


NETHL0S 


6 643 039 


930 025 


932 456 




932 455 


6 


643 


039 


930 


025 


932 456 


932 455 




7 080 


8 961 


8 961 




9 588 




7 


080 


8 


961 


8 961 


9 588 




37 740 


19 370 


19 370 




28 484 




37 


740 


19 


370 


19 370 


26 484 




6 733 419 


967 822 


970 253 




979 993 


6 


733 


419 


967 


822 


970 253 


979 993 


5175065 


ALCOHOLS, MONOHYDRIC, UNSUBSTITUTED AND 


POLYHYDRIC, ESTERS, 


ETHERS AND 


ETHER-ESTERS, NSPF 








1 


574 405 


1 681 298 


1 


773 123 






. 


1 574 


405 


1 681 298 


1 773 123 




- 


571 418 


571 418 




633 633 






- 


571 


418 


571 418 


633 633 




- 


128 313 


102 309 




146 728 






- 


126 


313 


102 309 


146 728 




- 


446 815 


448 533 




496 362 






- 


446 


815 


448 533 


496 362 




- 


381 375 


381 379 




405 019 






- 


381 


375 


381 379 


405 019 




1 


048 793 


1 045 Oil 


1 


120 624 






- 


1 048 


793 


1 045 Oil 


1 120 624 




1 


419 752 


1 419 752 


1 


485 315 






- 


1 419 


752 


1 419 752 


1 485 315 




- 


488 934 


488 934 




502 737 






- 


488 


934 


488 934 


502 737 




- 


21 331 


21 331 




22 800 






. 


21 


331 


21 331 


22 600 




- 


442 855 


430 980 




497 862 






- 


442 


855 


430 980 


497 862 




- 


4 023 


4 023 




4 324 






- 


4 


023 


4 023 


4 324 




6 


528 014 


6 594 968 


7 


088 527 






- 


6 528 


014 


6 594 968 


7 088 527 


5175075 


ALCOHOLS, FATTY, 


OF ANIMAL OR 


VEGETABLE 


ORGIN, 


NSPF 












<LB) 






44 092 


20 469 


20 469 




22 880 




44 


092 


20 


469 


20 469 


22 880 




343 963 


220 674 


220 674 




238 242 




343 


963 


220 


674 


220 674 


238 242 




338 801 


75 386 


75 386 




81 692 




338 


801 


75 


386 


75 366 


81 892 




726 856 


316 529 


316 529 




343 014 




726 


856 


316 


529 


316 529 


343 014 


5176015 


ETHYLENE OXIDE 




















(LB) 






77 060 


18 379 


18 379 




18 379 




77 


060 


18 


379 


18 379 


18 379 




16 491 


9 473 


9 473 




13 p62 




16 


491 


9 


473 


9 473 


13 062 




93 551 


27 852 


27 852 




31 441 




93 


551 


27 


852 


27 852 


31 441 


5176025 


PROPYLENE OXIDE 




















(LB) 






3 087 160 


628 008 


627 703 




626 006 


3 


087 


160 


628 


008 


627 703 


626 008 




3 087 160 


628 006 


627 703 




628 008 


3 


087 


160 


628 


008 


627 703 


628 008 


5176035 


EPOXIDES AND HALOGENATED EPOXIDES, NSPF, 


AND ETHERS OF MONOHYDRIC 


ALCOHOLS AND ACETALS 


(LB) 






12 917 


8 994 


8 994 




11 077 




12 


917 


6 


994 


8 994 


11 077 




8 995 


5 689 


5 689 




6 866 




8 


995 


5 


689 


5 689 


6 866 




21 912 


14 683 


14 683 




17 943 




21 


912 


14 


683 


14 683 


17 943 


5176045 


FURFURAL 




















(LB) 






94 754 


40 744 


40 744 




40 744 




94 


754 


40 


744 


40 744 


40 744 




856 640 


309 856 


309 856 




323 954 




856 


640 


309 


856 


309 856 


323 954 




951 394 


350 600 


350 600 




364 696 




951 


394 


350 


600 


350 600 


364 698 


5176065 


ALDEHYDES, NSPF 


AND KETONES 


















(LB) 






29 000 


15 364 


16 558 




16 558 




29 


000 


15 


364 


16 558 


16 558 




773 


227 411 


227 411 




229 009 






773 


227 


411 


227 411 


229 009 




3 385 703 


601 964 


601 964 




689 310 


3 


385 


703 


601 


964 


601 964 


689 310 




45 544 


37 053 


37 053 




40 306 




45 


544 


37 


053 


37 053 


40 306 




98 622 


326 381 


326 259 




341 299 




98 


6?2 


326 


381 


326 259 


341 299 




32 642 


111 672 


111 672 




117 773 




32 


642 


111 


672 


111 672 


117 773 




188 907 


267 956 


267 956 




293 101 




188 


9q7 


267 


956 


267 956 


293 101 



2-80 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(S.« "Expiration ol Sttthtfa- lot .nlom.it.on on coy...*. Ok. ol .ir.portii.oii. dtf.n.t.om d C . :• -']» CT i loth,. nuni.«) and eth* mom «! «-». 
ol ttit import itit.tt.a Sh.pmeno valuta In than J25I i't thown only undtt Scniduii A commodity numb* J90 0D00 and ..duded How * oBw commca.lt ) 







Schedule A coaaaodlly number, description 


and unit of quantity 












Current month 


t umulalKT linuart lu J»lr 


Country 

of 
origin 


Net 
quant 1 ty 


Value (dollar* > 


quantity 






Custou 


F.a.a. 


..f. 


•■Mae 









JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5177004 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5177008 

BRAZIL 

NETHLDS 

SPAIN 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5177012 

ARGENT 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

5177016 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5177018 

MEXICO 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

TOTAL 

5177024 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5177028 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

SaEDEN 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SKITZLD 

I NO I A 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5177032 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

5177036 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

CHINA M 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5177042 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



38 0<S5 

820 

3 820 106 



HI 6«7 

1 837 

1 631 285 



CHLOROACETIC acid 

465 656 
142 800 
724 979 
342 677 
11 
1 676 123 

LACTIC ACID 

35 972 

35 450 

4« 092 
367 346 
462 860 

TARTARIC ACID 

79 366 
124 -00 

44 000 
247 766 



132 699 
48 266 
217 262 
103 952 
600 
502 779 



16 565 
21 418 

17 700 
157 971 
213 65* 



53 100 

77 647 

36 373 

167 120 



ACETIC ACIO 

6 653 
6 653 

CITRIC ACIO 

88 184 
44 092 

240 000 
76 000 

450 276 

SORBIC ACID 

405 200 
405 200 



ACIDS/ NSPF AND ACID ANHYDRIDES/ CRGANIC 



842 878 

277 981 

1 128 

55 123 

38 360 

341 370 

793 004 

244 

1 102 

119 328 

5 

470 523 



153 626 

83 683 

237 309 



20 846 
132 969 

87 609 
148 471 
374 299 

39 700 

89 500 

44 092 

513 417 

748 

1 451 651 

VINYL ACETATE 

473 

473 



2 


871 


2 


871 


11 


-14 


27 


951 


107 


139 


35 


964 


218 


468 




982 


544 


982 


ACID 


ANH1 


152 


612 


76 


471 


16 


042 


65 


660 


58 


227 


1 316 


056 


318 


551 


16 


555 


12 


745 


176 


752 




576 


2 210 


247 


TRATE 


901 


58 


865 


38 


088 


96 


953 


C ACIDS/ 1 


28 


968 


18 


214 


53 


313 


103 


592 


234 


236 


14 


183 


52 


847 


9 


301 


679 


898 


6 


485 


1 201 


037 


1 


388 


1 


388 



41 647 

1 837 

1 632 357 



132 699 
48 266 
217 262 
103 952 
600 
502 779 



16 565 
23 158 

17 700 
157 971 
215 394 



53 100 

36 373 

167 120 



2 901 
2 901 



47 414 

27 951 

107 139 

35 96« 

218 466 



536 724 
536 724 



164 034 

76 471 

16 042 

65 660 

58 227 

1 316 056 
318 550 

16 555 

12 7-5 

171 095 

576 

2 216 Oil 



POTASSIUM BITARTRATE/ 90* OR MORE BY HEIGHT, AND CREAK &F TARTAR 



58 865 
38 068 
96 953 



SALTS OF ORGANIC ACIDS/ NSPF AND ACYL HALIDES 



29 230 

18 214 

53 313 

103 592 

234 289 

14 183 

52 847 

9 301 

675 697 

6 478 

197 144 



1 388 
1 388 



48 


762 


2 


666 


1 776 


606 


160 




56 


443 


23- 


173 


123 






629 


394 


953 


16 


663 


24 


696 


19 


833 


190 


496 


.•- 


116 


56 


724 


64 


333 


36 


336 


181 


393 


3 


010 


3 


010 


-7 


414 


30 


706 


116 


761 


39 


062 


233 


965 


592 


326 


592 


326 


167 


159 


67 


633 


17 


000 


69 


171 


60 


130 


1 409 


603 


3*5 


215 


16 


968 


:- 


167 


167 


830 




605 


2 375 


681 


AND CREAK 


66 


508 


41 


862 


108 


390 


29 


3S- 


25 


705 


59 


293 


110 


599 


260 


468 


16 


117 


57 


461 


11 


357 


737 


862 


7 


033 


1 315 


219 


1 


740 


1 


74Q 



36 


093 




620 


3 620 


106 


-:• 


636 




600 


724 


979 


•-. 


677 




11 


1 676 


123 


" 


v?2 


35 


430 


44 


092 


367 


'-■ 


462 


660 


79 


366 




400 


-- 


000 


247 


7 6 


6 


633 


6 


633 


66 


164 


44 


092 


240 


000 


76 


000 


430 


276 


405 


200 


403 


200 


642 


676 


277 


961 


1 


128 


35 


123 


36 


360 




370 


793 


004 






1 


102 


119 


326 




3 


4 470 


523 


kRTAR 




153 


626 


83 


683 


237 


309 


20 


Me 


132 


9fc9 


87 


609 


148 


471 


374 


299 


39 


700 


89 


500 


44 


092 


513 


417 




7-8 


1 451 


651 




473 




473 



-1 




1 


637 


1 631 


263 


LSI 


699 


46 


266 


217 


262 


103 


932 




600 


502 


779 


16 


363 


21 


111 


17 


700 


137 






654 


33 


100 


77 


647 


• 


' ' 




120 


2 


671 


2 


671 


•1 


414 


27 


931 


107 


139 


33 


964 


216 


466 


544 


962 


344 


962 


152 


612 


76 


471 


16 


042 


63 


660 


56 




. Ill 


."*. 


316 


551 


16 


555 


12 


7»M 


176 


752 




576 


2 210 


2-7 


56 


665 


36 


066 


96 


933 


26 


966 


16 


211 


53 


313 


103 


592 


234 


236 


14 


163 


52 


6-7 


9 


SOI 


679 


896 


6 


485 


1 201 


037 


1 


366 


1 


388 



41 


647 


1 


637 


1 632 


337 


(LB) 




132 


6V9 


46 


266 


217 


262 


103 


932 




600 


302 


779 


(LB) 




16 


563 


23 


136 


17 


700 


137 


971 


213 


m 


(LB) 




33 


100 


77 


647 


36 


373 


167 


120 


(LB 




2 


901 


2 


901 


(US 




47 




a 


951 


107 


1JV 


35 




216 


466 


(LB 




336 


724 


336 




(LB 




16- 


034 


76 


-71 


16 


042 


63 


66G 


36 


227 


1 316 


036 


316 


330 


16 


333 


12 


- 


171 


093 




576 


i 216 


on 


(LB 


1 


56 


663 


36 


066 


96 


933 


(..B) 


29 


230 


16 


211 


53 


313 


103 


592 


234 


269 


14 


163 


32 


647 


9 


301 


675 


697 


6 


478 


1 197 


144 


(LB) 


1 


368 


1 


388 



46 


762 


2 


666 


1 776 


606 


160 


494 


36 


443 


234 


173 


123 


212 




629 


394 


933 


16 


663 


24 


696 


19 


ess 


190 


496 


234 


116 


36 


724 


64 


333 


Jt 


336 


161 


393 


3 


010 


3 


010 


47 


414 


30 


706 


116 


761 


39 


062 


233 


963 


392 


326 


392 


326 


167 


139 


67 


633 


17 


000 


69 


171 


60 


130 


1 409 


603 


343 


213 


16 


966 


14 


167 


167 


630 




60S 


2 373 


661 


66 


306 


41 


662 


106 


390 


29 


324 


23 


703 


39 


293 


no 


399 


260 


466 


16 


117 


57 


461 


11 


337 


737 


662 


7 


033 


1 315 


21* 


1 


740 


1 


740 



I JANUARY 1979 






U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 










2-81 


Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C. 


i.f. 


Values— Continued 


(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. va 


ues, sources of error in the 


data, OTH CTY (other countries) 


and other definitions and features 




of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from al 


other commodities.) 










Schedule A commoc 


ity number, description 


and unit of quanl 


ity 










Country 
of 


Current month 




Cumulative, January 


to date 








Value (doll 


ars ) 




Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


517704' 


1 ESTERS OF 


MONOHYDRIC 


ALCOHOLS/ NSPF 


AND ORGANIC AND INORGANIC ACIDS 








(LB) 






265 


150 


665 150 


665 151 377 


265 


150 


665 




150 665 


151 377 


DENMARK 


176 000 


149 


627 149 


627 159 719 


176 000 


149 


627 




149 627 


159 719 




3 624 997 


1 813 


991 1 756 


851 1 870 765 


3 624 997 


1 813 


991 




1 756 851 


1 870 765 




59 029 


62 


374 62 


374 66 724 


59 029 


62 


374 




62 374 


66 724 




21 161 


40 


057 29 


103 30 993 


21 164 


40 


057 




29 103 


30 993 




42 460 


31 


334 31 


352 35 520 


42 460 


31 


334 




31 352 


35 520 




150 373 


215 


785 215 


209 234 322 


150 373 


215 


785 




215 209 


234 322 




36 161 


143 


773 143 


773 148 935 


36 464 


143 


773 




143 773 


148' 935 


ROMANIA 


38 095 


37 


794 37 


794 39 744 


38 095 


37 


794 




37 794 


39 744 




4 148 81(7 


2 645 


400 2 576 


748 2 738 099 


4 148 847 


2 645 


400 




2 576 748 


2 738 099 


5177CK 


> ACIDS, SAL 


TS, AND ESTERS 


OF" FATTY SUBSTANCES, NOT SULFONATED OR SULFATED, NSPF 






(LB) 





CANADA 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

DENMARK 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM..... 

FR GERM 

SHITZLD 

ITALY 

INDIA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5178004 

FRANCE 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5178008 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5178012 

BRAZIL 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

SWITZLD 

ITALY 

CHINA T 

JAPAN....... 

TOTAL 

5178016 

BRAZIL 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5178018 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5178024 

CANADA 

NORWAY 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 



832 284 
99 979 

119 367 
44 094 
99 308 
42 857 

366 553 

12 496 
33 069 

110 200 

106 072 

15 212 

1 881 491 

METHIONINE 

269 307 

13 890 
283 197 



144 832 
48 833 
46 517 
30 132 
26 340 
29 823 

223 078 
25 733 
15 097 
45 986 

186 080 
5 505 

827 956 



278 270 
213 Oil 
491 281 



AMINO ACIDS, NSPF 

30 000 

1 225 008 

312 

37 500 

81 374 



1 374 194 



30 709 

793 347 

6 065 

22 923 

517 263 

2 423 

372 730 



148 431 
48 833 
46 517 
30 132 
26 340 
29 823 

223 078 
25 733 
15 097 
45 986 

186 080 
5 526 

831 576 



278 270 
160 427 
438 697 



30 709 

793 347 

6 065 

22 923 

492 996 

2 423 

348 463 



150 877 
52 425 
54 192 

32 841 

33 700 
32 889 

254 635 
26 699 
18 750 
51 744 

206 181 
7 339 

922 272 



291 019 
163 581 
454 600 



33 339 

859 564 

6 398 

25 688 

511 903 
2 457 

439 349 



832 284 
99 979 

119 367 
44 094 
99 308 
42 857 

366 553 
12 496 
33 069 

110 200 

106 072 
15 212 

881 491 



269 307 

13 890 

283 197 



30 000 

1 225 008 

312 

37 500 

81 374 

1 374 194 



CYANURIC CHLORIDE, MELAMINE, AND OTHER COMPOUNDS CONTAINING A TRIAZINE RING 



121 254 
47 240 
659 428 
894 480 
160 147 
231 485 
39 815 
394 625 
105 822 
845 221 
185 345 
772 941 
457 803 



38 961 

27 967 

811 911 

349 747 

517 793 

83 322 

26 801 

120 414 

54 460 

176 470 

129 770 

375 614 

713 250 



M0N0S0DIUM GLUTAMATE 



528 919 
385 793 
650 454 
418 208 
983 374 



267 944 

239 338 

418 692 

269 920 

1 195 894 



38 961 

27 967 

781 911 

322 560 

517 793 

83 322 

26 801 

118 274 

54 480 

176 470 

129 770 

367 172 

645 481 



267 944 
239 338 
418 692 
262 818 
188 792 



45 905 

27 967 

831 099 

356 244 

594 993 

95 438 

30 032 

130 584 

62 989 

218 946 

142 887 

658 674 

195 758 



291 932 
261 840 
446 044 
308 052 
307 866 



121 254 
47 240 
659 428 
894 480 
160 147 
231 485 
39 8l5 
394 625 
105 822 
845 221 
185 345 
772 9m 
457 803 



528 9i9 
385 793 
650 454 
418 208 
983 374 



THIOUREA, THIOUREA DIOXIDE AND OTHER THIOAMIDES, THIOCARBAMATES, THIOCYANATES, ETC 



40 000 
303 546 

1 339 810 

89 061 

36 156 
167 160 
505 971 

2 481 704 

DICYANDIAMIDf 

1 Oil 211 

504 000 

52 910 

1 568 121 



31 200 
200 230 
966 274 
127 878 

39 515 
114 152 
430 767 
910 016 



372 815 

161 782 

64 901 

599 498 



28 555 
200 108 
965 038 
127 977 

39 515 
114 152 
356 476 
831 821 



374 513 

161 782 

64 901 

601 196 



31 477 
226 992 
052 218 
133 534 

42 710 
127 442 
399 634 
014 007 



374 513 

189 145 

67 667 

631 325 



40 000 
303 546 
339 810 
89 061 
36 156 
167 160 
505 971 
481 7q4 



1 Oil 211 

504 000 

52 910 

1 568 121 



144 


832 


148 431 


150 877 


48 


833 


48 833 


52 425 


46 


517 


46 517 


54 192 


30 


132 


30 132 


32 841 


26 


340 


26 340 


33 700 


29 


823 


29 823 


32 889 


223 


078 


223 078 


254 635 


25 


733 


25 733 


26 699 


15 


097 


15 097 


18 750 


45 


986 


45 986 


51 744 


186 


080 


186 080 


206 181 


5 


505 


5 526 


7 339 


827 


956 


831 576 
(LB) 


922 272 


278 


270 


278 270 


291 019 


213 


Oil 


160 427 


163 581 


491 


281 


438 697 
(LB) 


454 600 


30 


709 


30 709 


33 339 


1 793 


347 


1 793 347 


1 859 564 


6 


065 


6 065 


6 393 


22 


923 


22 923 


25 688 


517 


263 


492 996 


511 903 


2 


423 


2 423 


2 457 


2 372 


730 


2 348 463 
(LB) 


2 439 349 


38 


961 


38 961 


45 905 


27 


967 


27 967 


27 9,67 


811 


911 


781 911 


831 099 


349 


747 


322 560 


356 244 


517 


793 


517 793 


594 993 


83 


322 


83 322 


95 438, 


26 


801 


26 801 


30 032' 


120 


414 


118 274 


130 584 


. 54 


480 


54 480 


62 9,89 


1 176 


470 


1 176 470 


1 218 946 


129 


770 


129 770 


142 887 


2 375 


614 


2 367 172 


2 658 674 


5 713 


250 


5 645 481 
(LB) 


6 195 758 


267 


944 


267 944 


291 932 


239 


338 


239 338 


261 840 


418 


692 


418 692 


446 044 


269 


920 


262 818 


308 052 


1 195 


894 


1 188 792 


1 307 868 


ES, ETC 


(LB) 




31 


200 


28 555 


31 477 


200 


230 


200 108 


226 992 


1 966 


274 


1 965 038 


2 052 218 


127 


878 


127 977 


133 534 


39 


515 


39 515 


42 710 


114 


152 


114 152 


127 442 


430 


767 


356 476 


399 634 


2 910 


016 


2 831 821 
(LB) 


3 014 007 


372 


815 


374 513 


374 513 


161 


782 


161 782 


189 145 


64 


901 


64 901 


67 667 


599 


498 


601 196 


'631 325 



2-82 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, Fas, and C.i.f. Values Continued 

ISM "ExpUMion ol St.Mi.c~ roi .n.o.m«,on on mv . Mi .1 .mporut.on M «-. U, . «. c , I «*n. ^"''j?' "^^'"'^'^HSJiZ?*" " , "" 0m "" """" 
ol ttii import .uon.o Sh,pm.no »*u.d l*B than $251 rt *o*» only unjtr SdwfaW A commoHM, w*i. WO ODOD mi utM« trow ■* <*m two»i«> I 



Country 



5176028 



Schedule A comodlty nunber (Mlty 



( unrnl month 



quant 1 ty 



Value (dolUn) 



ulnar) to dale 









i . . 



GUANIDINE SALTS AND OTHER ACYCLIC AMIDINES 



(LB) 



CANADA 


115 502 




31 686 




37 706 


35 


069 


115 


802 


34 


666 


37 708 


33 069 


Sweden 


3' 683 




65 560 




65 560 


66 


220 


39 


663 


65 


560 


63 360 


66 220 




22 928 




21 259 




24 621 


26 


924 


22 


92« 


24 


2»9 


24 621 


26 924 


SHITZLD. . 


508 




7 589 




7 569 


- 






So6 


7 


569 


7 389 


7 9»6 




178 621 




132 316 




13! 696 


136 


159 


176 


621 


132 


316 


133 6V6 


136 1S9 


5178032 


3-AMlNO-l,2 / 


1-TRUZOLE 


















(LB) 






me 810 




261 6S6 




264 656 


273 


216 




610 


264 


636 


264 636 


273 216 




156 7u7 




261 066 




284 066 




446 






264 


066 


264 066 


301 446 




305 557 




516 924 




546 924 




664 


30S 


537 


54* 


924 


5*6 924 


374 664 


5178036 


NITROGENOUS 


C0MP0UN0S, NSPF 


















(LSI 






1 017 761 




M] :9i 




442 690 


443 


062 1 


017 


761 


441 


|94 


442 690 


443 062 




412 911 




513 691 




513 691 


517 


249 








691 


313 6»1 


517 249 




368 925 




706 865 




206 665 




024 


366 




206 


665 


206 665 


241 024 




5 925 789 


•> 


. 99 


• 


429 094 




S 


925 


7»9 


4 426 


299 


• 0V4 


» 317 743 




798 528 




37 




731 .16 


776 




796 


526 


794 




731 216 


776 266 




1 105 720 




361 371 




360 S2S 




795 1 


10S 


. 


361 


371 


360 325 


379 793 




2 101 881 


1 


883 106 


1 


665 916 


1 930 


025 2 




661 


1 663 


4C6 


1 665 916 


1 930 02S 




1 023 763 


1 


791 0«0 


1 


778 630 


1 696 


653 1 


023 


763 


1 791 


040 


1 776 630 


1 696 635 




228 573 




536 771 




S36 771 


566 


494 




573 


536 


771 


336 77) 


566 494 




366 546 




i5l 272 




451 272 






366 


346 


•SI 


27? 


431 272 


462 610 




176 369 




172 7ii 




172 711 


183 


983 


' 


369 






172 711 


163 V63 




750 000 




911 919 




911 949 


958 


1 


750 


000 


9)1 


949 


911 949 


936 600 




2 00" 511 


3 


077 671 


2 


697 120 


3 274 


626 2 


004 




3 077 


671 


n 120 


3 2- 




: '23 




6 629 




' »>29 


6 


963 


1 


323 


6 


' • 


6 629 


6 963 




16 322 622 


IS 


561 606 


15 


329 061 


16 179 


537 16 


322 


622 


15 361 


606 


15 329 061 


16 179 337 


5179004 


AROMATIC OR 


OOORIFEROUS SUBSTANCES, NSPF, 


101 --.OMOL 


, not *•••:'. [M -: . 


<L6) 






13 031 




31 697 




31 697 


'- 


336 




031 


31 


697 


31 697 


}» 336 




9 058 




25 OH 




25 041 


26 


262 


1 


056 


23 


041 


25 041 


26 262 




51 631 




706 597 




206 597 


211 


446 


51 


634 


206 




206 397 


211 446 




12 026 




201 137 




200 976 


205 


525 


12 


C26 


201 




200 976 


203 323 




7* 838 




155 565 




153 145 


163 


217 


74 


636 


1SS 


365 


133 143 


163 217 




23 329 




281 223 




264 223 


266 


610 


23 


329 


264 




264 ni 


266 610 




6 611 




15 927 




15 927 


17 


069 


6 


614 


15 


*27 


15 - 


17 069 




789 




9 352 




9 352 


9 






789 


9 


352 


9 352 


9 904 




10 000 




21 917 




24 917 


25 


922 


10 


000 


24 


917 


'17 


23 ^!i 




SO 663 




•31 ?ie 




426 246 


437 


665 


SO 


663 


431 




426 746 


437 663 




1 857 




3 387 




3 387 


- 


351 


4 


657 


3 


3e7 


3 367 


4 351 




256 811 


1 


389 311 


1 


383 710 


1 424 


349 


756 




1 369 


311 


1 363 710 


1 424 349 


5179008 


MENTHOL 






















(LB) 






310 100 


2 


282 109 


2 


282 109 


2 383 


n«. 


310 


400 


2 262 


109 


2 262 109 


2 363 374 




151 511 




931 582 




931 582 


977 


669 


151 


541 


931 


562 


931 562 


977 669 




19 000 




136 700 




138 700 


111 


597 


19 


000 


136 


700 


136 700 


141 397 




35 000 




206 785 




206 765 


215 


900 


35 


000 


206 


765 


206 765 


215 900 




89 




1 000 




1 000 


; 


025 




69 


1 


BOG 


1 000 


1 02S 




516 030 


3 


560 176 


3 


560 176 


3 719 


76L 


516 


030 


3 560 


176 


3 560 176 


3 719 763 


5179012 


DRUGS AND RELATED PRODUCTS* 


ORGANIC, NSPF 




















. 




17 521 




17 762 


17 


762 




. 


17 


324 


17 762 


17 762 




- 




12 171 




12 471 


12 


759 




- 


12 


-". 


12 471 


12 739 




- 




16 067 




16 067 


17 


357 




- 


16 


067 


16 067 


17 357 




- 


1 


«35 595 


1 


435 595 


; --: 


239 




- 


- - •-. 


595 


1 435 595 


1 441 239 




- 




115 911 




115 911 


121 


159 




- 


115 


911 


115 911 


121 159 




- 




:18 050 




118 050 


131 


287 




- 


116 


050 


116 050 


131 267 




- 




105 875 




104 693 


112 


468 




- 


105 


875 


104 693 


112 466 




- 




83 180 




83 180 


85 


658 




- 


63 


160 


63 160 


83 636 




- 




190 123 




188 255 


216 


628 




- 


190 


423 


186 233 


216 626 




- 




3 382 




3 382 


3 


660 




- 


3 


362 


3 362 


3 660 




- 


2 


0°8 «78 


2 


095 366 


2 160 


197 




- 


2 096 


476 


2 093 366 


2 160 197 


5179016 


camphor, natural 


OR SYNTHETIC 
















[LB) 






75 098 




51 503 




54 503 


57 


534 


75 


096 


54 


503 


34 303 


37 334 




10 062 




31 338 




31 398 


10 


706 


40 


062 


31 


338 


3; 396 


40 706 




33 069 




20 435 




20 435 


23 


469 


33 


069 


20 


435 


<.: %X 


ii «69 




118 229 




106 276 




106 336 


121 


709 


.-'■ 


229 


106 


276 


106 336 


121 709 


5179018 


LACTONES, SULFUR 


COMPOUNDS, 


TETRAETHYL LEAD AND OTHER ORGANIC 


COMPOUNDS, 


NSPF 




(LB) 






932 522 




239 118 




245 125 


245 


132 


932 


522 


239 


lie 


243 123 


245 132 




26 878 




68 295 




68 295 


72 


921 


26 


B7« 


66 


295 


66 295 


n 921 




3 968 




11 288 




11 288 


11 


607 


3 


968 


11 


288 


11 266 


11 607 




116 091 




96 004 




98 004 


107 


107 


116 




98 


004 


98 004 


107 107 




375 169 




347 704 




341 727 


363 


447 


375 


189 


347 


7C4 


341 727 


363 447 




12 133 




528 815 




528 815 


542 


165 


42 


433 


528 


815 


526 815 


542 165 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-83 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 













Schedule A commoc 


ity numbc 


r, c 


escri 


ption 


and unit of 


quantity 
















Current 


month 












Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 












Value 


(dollars ) 














Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F 


a. s. 






C. 


i.f. 




quantity 




Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 




30 


662 




13 


266 




13 


266 




16 


495 




30 


662 


13 


266 


13 266 


16 495 




1 


872 




6 


602 




6 


602 




7 


049 




1 


872 


6 


602 


6 602 


7 049 




85 


309 




314 


498 




314 


498 




325 


170 




85 


309 


314 


498 


314 498 


325 170 






138 




1 


562 




1 


562 




1 


721 






138 


1 


562 


1 562 


1 721 




1 615 


065 


1 


629 


152 


1 


629 


182 


1 


712 


814 


1 


615 


065 


1 629 


152 


1 629 182 


1 712 814 


5179022 


RENNET AND 


OTHER 


ENZYMES 


AND FERMENTS, NSPF 


















(LB) 






12 


619 




74 


624 




74 


738 




74 


956 




12 


619 


74 


624 


74 738 


74 956 






609 




20 


817 




20 


817 




21 


144 






609 


20 


817 


20 817 


21 144 






220 




7 


500 




7 


500 




7 


558 






2?0 


7 


500 


7 500 


7 558 




1 030 


701 


1 


508 


987 


1 


498 


987 


1 


583 


571 


1 


030 


701 


1 508 


987 


1 498 987 


1 583 571 




56 


244 




31? 


822 




312 


822 




317 


173 




56 


244 


312 


822 


312 822 


317 173 




38 


254 




102 


849 




102 


849 




107 


205 




38 


254 


102 


849 


102 849 


107 205 




147 


526 




397 


010 




397 


010 




429 


669 




147 


526 


397 


010 


397 010 


429 669 




7 


564 




366 


990 




366 


990 




369 


518 




7 


564 


366 


990 


366 990 


369 518 




256 


295 




675 


816 




675 


816 




703 


595 




256 


295 


675 


816 


675 816 


703 595 






652 




108 


027 




108 


027 




110 


645 






652 


108 


027 


108 027 


110 645 




1 


279 




9 


633 




9 


633 




10 


062 




1 


279 


9 


633 


9 633 


10 062 




13 


272 




98 


156 




98 


156 




109 


105 




13 


272 


98 


156 


98 156 


109 105 




6 


280 




70 


639 




70 


639 




77 


741 




6 


280 


70 


639 


70 639 


77 741 




55 


624 




611 


738 




610 


800 




623 


376 




55 


6?4 


611 


738 


610 800 


623 376 




11 


129 




118 


658 




118 


658 




120 


752 




11 


1?9 


118 


658 


118 658 


120 752 






10 




25 


004 




25 


004 




25 


261 






10 


25 


004 


25 004 


25 261 




2 


037 




3 


126 




3 


133 




3 


322 




2 


037 


3 


126 


3 133 


3 322 




1 640 


315 


4 


512 


396 


4 


501 


579 


4 


694 


653 


1 


640 


315 


4 512 


396 


4 501 579 


4 694 653 


5179026 


LEVULOSE AND OTHER POLYSACCHARIDES, 


RARE SACCHARIDES, AND THEIR POLYHYDRIC ALCOHOLS, 


NSPF (LB) 






198 


281 




53 


577 




53 


827 




53 


827 




198 


281 


53 


577 


53 827 


53 827 




26 


786 




18 


064 




18 


064 




19 


562 




26 


786 


18 


064 


18 064 


19 562 




2 


744 




98 


804 




98 


804 




99 


865 




2 


744 


98 


804 


98 804 


99 865 


FINLAND 


884 


132 




468 


706 




468 


706 




527 


916 




884 


132 


468 


706 


468 706 


527 916 




53 


351 




50 


245 




50 


245 




54 


478 




53 


351 


50 


?45 


50 245 


54 478 




169 


502 




118 


109 




118 


109 




126 


319 




169 


502 


118 


109 


118 109 


126 319 




743 


378 




156 


275 




156 


275 




220 


870 




743 


378 


156 


275 


156 275 


220 870 




77 


497 




36 


963 




36 


963 




42 


625 




77 


497 


36 


963 


36 963 


42 625 




10 


661 




48 


532 




43 


243 




49 


074 




10 


661 


48 


532 


43 243 


49 074 




3 


231 




2? 


256 




22 


256 




25 


136 




3 


231 


22 


256 


22 256 


25 136 


KOR REP 


26 


400 




10 


451 




10 


451 




12 


936 




26 


400 


10 


451 


10 451 


12 936 




44 


004 




?28 


620 




226 


891 




235 


440 




44 


004 


228 


620 


226 891 


235 440 






725 




7 


315 




7 


315 




7 


419 






7?5 


7 


315 


7 315 


7 419 




2 240 


692 


1 


317 


917 


1 


311 


149 


1 


475 


467 


2 


240 


692 


1 317 


917 


1 311 149 


1 475 467 


5221000 


SULFUR 






























(LTN) 






99 


073 


1 


530 


029 


2 


789 


264 


2 


796 


738 




99 


073 


1 530 


029 


2 789 264 


2 796 738 




222 


508 


7 


660 


932 


7 


660 


932 


8 


304 


526 




222 


5o8 


7 660 


932 


7 660 932 


8 304 526 






10 




6 


648 




6 


648 




9 


121 






10 


6 


648 


6 648 


9 121 




321 


591 


9 


197 


609 


10 


456 


844 


11 


110 


385 




321 


591 


9 197 


609 


10 456 844 


11 110 385 


5221220 


SELENIUM, 


UNWROUGHT, 


EXCEPT ALLOYS, 


INCLUDING 


fVASTE ANC 


SCRAP 










(LB) 






17 


862 




443 


082 




443 


997 




443 


997 




17 


862 


443 


062 


443 997 


443 997 




2 


204 




24 


649 




24 


649 




24 


842 




2 


204 


24 


649 


24 649 


24 842 




1 


102 




13 


482 




13 


482 




13 


547 




1 


102 


13 


482 


13 482 


13 547 






802 




23 


587 




23 


587 




23 


808 






882 


23 


587 


23 587 


23 808 




3 


200 




51 


410 




51 


410 




52 


204 




3 


200 


51 


410 


51 410 


52 204 




5 


512 




62 


286 




62 


286 




67 


182 




5 


512 


62 


286 


62 286 


67 182 




9 


106 




147 


649 




147 


649 




149 


538 




9 


106 


147 


649 


147 649 


149 536 




5 


512 




71 


656 




71 


656 




73 


178 




5 


512 


71 


656 


71 656 


73 178 




45 


380 




837 


801 




838 


716 




848 


296 




45 


380 


837 


801 


838 716 


848 296 


5221240 


METALLOIDS 


, EXCEPT ALLOYS 


, INCLUDING HASTE 


AND 


SCRAP, NSPF 










(LB) 






712 


005 




406 


484 




407 


733 




408 


743 




712 


005 


406 


484 


407 733 


408 743 




1 


641 




30 


978 




30 


978 




31 


188 




1 


641 


30 


978 


30 978 


31 188 




158 


732 




?77 


425 




277 


425 




290 


183 




158 


732 


277 


425 


277 425 


290 183 




1 658 


730 




701 


742 




701 


742 




734 


492 


1 


658 


730 


701 


742 


701 742 


734 492 




1 


057 




254 


413 




254 


413 




257 


462 




1 


057 


254 


413 


254 413 


257 462 






67 




15 


594 




15 


594 




15 


981 






67 


15 


594 


15 594 


15 981 




31 


440 




868 


946 




829 


444 




889 


124 




31 


440 


668 


946 


829 444 


889 124. 




23 


456 




618 


146 




621 


146 




636 


054 




23 


456 


618 


146 


621 146 


636 054 




2 


205 




35 


117 




35 


116 




36 


761 




2 


205 


35 


117 


35 116 


36 761 




2 


205 




39 


989 




39 


989 




42 


439 




2 


205 


39 


989 


39 989 


42 439 




262 


347 




87 


358 




87 


358 




97 


748 




262 


347 


87 


358 


87 358 


97 748 






31 




7 


669 




7 


669 




7 


804 






31 


7 


669 


7 669 


7 804 




2 853 


916 


3 


343 


861 


3 


308 


607 


3 


447 


979 


2 


853 


916 


3 343 


861 


3 308 607 


3 447 979 


5221300 


CHLORINE 






























(LB) 






16 573 


676 




985 


576 




811 


574 


1 


008 


114 


16 


573 


676 


985 


576 


811 574 


1 008 114 




16 573 


676 




985 


576 




811 


574 




1 


008 


114 


16 


573 


676 


985 


576 


811 574 


1 008 114 



2-84 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(S« 'E.pHnit.on ol Suntw" to. .nlom,«,oo on covin*, dm ot nrpomi.on. « ■!<».* '.« ■»* 
ot dit import lUliflia. Sh.pmtno v*u«d lt« th«t OS) tt thcwfl only undti Sch»dut. A commodity numb* 990 0000 md «»c<>d«< 'row K oar comwomtm) 



' 





I urrrnl muiith 






Country 


quoot 


• r» ) 








1 1 







5221400 


IODINE, CRUDE AN 


) RES 


UBLlM 


ED, ANO BR 










15* 322 

612 547 l 

766 869 1 


407 
536 

943 


• 00 
5«2 


• 07 
1 536 
1 943 


•00 
142 
592 


406 522 

1 59? 

2 009 871 


• 322 

612 547 
766 669 


5221690 


MERCURY, EXCEPT 


ALLOYS ANC 




SCRAP 








11 358 

15 
122 075 
106 

25 708 

1 901 

282 683 


19 

23 

217 

1»2 

36 

3 

963 


673 
609 
660 
67« 
02« 
970 
606 


19 
23 

182 
36 

3 

•as 


735 
609 
660 
679 
02« 
970 
666 


19 

26 002 
22'- 

209 176 
39 399 

920 069 


11 356 

15 212 

122 079 

106 429 

29 706 

1 901 

262 t83 


5221820 


carbon 
















60C 
p 196 
2>< 273 

69: 


283 
23 
16 

329 


9*0 
607 
093 
990 


289 
23 

16 


•99 
607 


29; 

20 ' 
33? 


600 «79 

17 196 

2« 273 

6«1 9«« 


5221835 


Carbon black 
















3 M« 239 

138 670 

232 806 

192 216 

220 

3 963 151 


658 

.- 
51 

87* 


259 
229 
016 
0«2 
289 
839 


695 
!■ 

51 
151 

911 


031 
229 
016 
092 
269 
607 


69! 
. - ■ 
63 260 
. 929 

319 
9«» 


3 »19 239 

;3f • - 

232 606 

192 216 

220 

3 963 191 


5221890 


LAMPBLACK 
















2 205 
2 209 




9«7 
9*7 




997 
997 


1 23e 

1 236 


2 209 


5221900 


Chemical elements and other base metals, uni«ouv>- 


AMD SC9.A0 






• 27 
27 

57 

7 

21 

104 

180 
826 


368 

701 
000 
986 
790 
263 
707 
837 


• 23 

5" 

7 

21 

104 

180 

623 


620 
701 
000 
968 
640 
263 
707 
119 


••6 296 

27 

99 92* 

107 006 
■ 166 

8C2 837 


- 


5222110 


HYDROCHLORIC ACID 














13 999 653 
13 999 653 


327 


•69 


279 
279 


179 

179 


35~ 

397 992 


13 999 693 
13 M 


5222200 


Sulfuric acid 
















6 880 829 
6 880 829 


97 
97 


352 

352 


112 
112 


2ai 

281 


112 261 
112 261 


6 660 629 
6 660 629 


5222300 


NITRIC ACID 
















1 607 300 

988 

1 608 288 


68 

8 
76 


211 
139 
345 


80 

8 

88 


777 

134 

911 


80 777 

6 366 

89 143 


t 601 ' 

988 

1 60S 288 


5222910 


sulfur dioxide 
















1 728 
1 728 


98 
98 


258 
258 


115 
115 


974 
974 


115 'I'- 
ll; 


1 726 
1 7 2 6 


5222920 


ARSENIC ACID AND ARSEMC 


TRIOXIDE (ARSENIOUS 


ACID) 






620 551 

599 827 

74 405 

72 311 

1 945 800 

3 262 894 


161 

81 

16 

10 

397 

666 


929 

156 
148 
073 
380 
686 


163 

81 

16 

10 

397 

667 


061 
156 

148 
073 
380 
818 


163 061 

lie i.z 

23 43e 

12 415 

502 029 

819 156 


62. 

■ 

74 405 

72 311 

1 945 800 

3 262 894 


5222930 


Sulfamic acid 
















785 004 
1 890 

786 69- 


164 
165 


695 
943 
638 


163 

164 


849 

943 
792 


195 192 

95' 

196 099 


785 00* 

1 890 

76: 



(LB) 



•07 400 

• 1*2 



19 673 

23 609 

217 660 

162 674 

36 02« 

•63 6C6 



263 9«0 
23 607 

329 990 



"6 .•* 

191 0«2 
269 



9*7 
9*7 



•27 366 

27 701 

57 000 

7 966 

21 790 

10* 263 

180 707 

626 637 



327 «69 
327 «69 



97 352 
97 352 



66 211 
8 ;:• 



98 258 

98 2?e 



161 929 

10 073 
397 380 
666 666 



. • - - - • 
165 63« 



•07 400 
1 936 1«2 
1 9*3 9*2 


•06 922 

1 99 

2 009 671 


(LSI 




19 

2 3 609 

MO 

162 67« 

36 02« 

3 970 

463 666 


19 739 

26 002 

229 697 

209 176 

39 399 

.?• 

920 069 


(LB) 




26V 
23 607 
16 093 

331 1«9 


291 763 

26 . 

20 929 
336 990 


(LSI 




699 031 

.29 

91 016 

151 0*2 

607 


699 031 
14 229 
63 260 

171 929 

944 364 


(LSI 




9«7 


I 236 
1 236 


•23 620 

27 701 

97 000 

7 966 

21 640 

10« 263 

707 

623 119 


••e 

n 

99 9 

6 343 
22 639 

107 006 
209 166 
682 637 


(Lb) 




279 

179 


592 
397 992 


(LB) 




>61 
112 261 


112 261 
281 


(LB) 




ao 777 

6 . 

ee 9ii 


60 777 

6 366 

69 143 






11; 

97« 


119 979 
119 974 


(LB) 




16; 

81 196 

16 168 

10 073 

39"- 380 

667 S16 


163 061 

116 213 

23 - 

:i 415 

! c 029 
819 156 






163 

993 

"• 


199 142 

19t 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-85 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



5222935 


HyDROFLUOR 


IC ACID 


























(LB) 








6 599 600 


1 


621 549 


1 


620 


424 


1 


614 


843 


6 


599 600 


1 


621 


549 


1 


620 424 


1 


614 843 




14 618 274 


4 


768 716 


4 


737 


667 


4 


745 


800 


14 


618 274 


4 


768 


716 


4 


737 667 


4 


745 800 




63 713 




16 062 




16 


062 




20 


811 




63 713 




16 


062 




16 062 




20 811 




21 281 587 


6 


406 327 


6 


374 


153 


6 


381 


454 


21 


281 587 


6 


406 


327 


6 


374 153 


6 


381 454 


5222940 


INORGANIC 


ACIDS 


»ND SELENIUM COMPOUNDS, 


INCLUDING SELENIUM DIOXIDE, NSPF 










(LB) 








269 196 




31 606 




31 


985 




31 


985 




269 196 




31 


606 




31 985 




31 985 




4 409 




17 697 




17 


697 




18 


195 




4 409 




17 


697 




17 697 




18 195 




152 393 




152 045 




152 


045 




162 


482 




152 393 




152 


045 




152 045 




162 482 




47 412 




282 084 




277 


025 




286 


930 




47 412 




282 


084 




277 025 




286 930 




37 037 




16 450 




16 


450 




18 


460 




37 037 




16 


450 




16 450 




18 480 




3 128 




2 192 




2 


192 




2 


924 




3 128 




2 


192 




2 192 




2 924 


TOTAL 


513 575 




502 074 




497 


394 




520 


996 




513 575 




502 


074 




497 394 




520 996 


5224110 


ZINC OXIDE 


NOT CONTAINING 


LEAD 
























(LB) 








2 165 822 




868 857 




886 


567 




886 


567 


2 


165 822 




868 


857 




686 567 




886 567 




2 182 013 




650 130 




645 


869 




646 


677 


2 


182 013 




650 


130 




645 869 




646 677 




79 366 




18 066 




18 


066 




22 


226 




79 366 




18 


066 




18 066 




22 226 




121 636 




39 101 




39 


101 




46 


440 




121 636 




39 


101 




39 101 




46 440 




90 424 




29 195 




29 


195 




32 


850 




90 424 




29 


195 




29 195 




32 850 




44 000 




8 739 




8 


739 




11 


141 




44 000 




8 


739 




8 739 




11 141 




4 683 261 


1 


614 088 


1 


627 


537 


1 


645 


901 


4 


683 261 


1 


614 


088 


1 


627 537 


1 


645 901 


5224400 


IRON OXIDE 


AND HYDROXIDE 


PIGMENTS, SYNTHETIC AND NATURAL 


PIGMENTS, NSPF 










(LB) 








7 286 545 




337 774 




367 


642 




367 


642 


7 


286 545 




337 


774 




367 642 




367 642 




209 600 




42 865 




42 


885 




42 


885 




209 600 




42 


865 




42 885 




42 885 




211 367 




51 032 




51 


032 




61 


754 




211 367 




51 


032 




51 032 




61 754 




168 014 




18 482 




18 


482 




26 


049 




168 014 




18 


482 




18 482 




26 049 




82 164 




14 023 




14 


023 




17 


360 




82 164 




14 


023 




14 023 




17 360 




28 660 




16 497 




16 


497 




18 


108 




28 660 




16 


497 




16 497 




18 106 




5 828 170 


1 


903 531 


1 


441 


187 


1 


865 


133 


5 


828 170 


1 


903 


531 


1 


441 187 


1 


865 133 




267 926 




35 155 




35 


173 




51 


741 




287 926 




35 


155 




35 173 




51 741 




323 380 




206 655 




206 


761 




232 


886 




323 380 




206 


655 




206 761 




232 686 




14 425 826 


2 


626 014 


2 


193 


682 


2 


683 


558 


14 


425 826 


2 


626 


014 


2 


193 682 


2 


683 5S8 


5224510 


COBALT OXIDE AND 


ZAFFER 


























(LB) 








2 425 




62 082 




62 


082 




62 


601 




2 425 




62 


082 




62 082 




62 601 




1 653 




40 156 




40 


156 




40 


943 




1 653 




40 


156 




40 156 




40 943 




4 078 




102 238 




102 


238 




103 


544 




4 078 




102 


238 




102 238 




103 544 


5224600 


TITANIUM DIOXIDE 




























(LB) 








3 277 671 


1 


389 989 


1 


411 


410 


1 


411 


410 


3 


277 671 


1 


389 


989 


1 


411 410 


1 


411 410 




988 200 




378 848 




378 


848 




417 


471 




988 200 




378 


848 




378 848 




417 471 




3 116 829 


1 


194 884 


1 


190 


487 


1 


323 


164 


3 


116 829 


1 


194 


884 


1 


190 487 


1 


323 164 




38 000 




12 299 




12 


299 




14 


087 




38 000 




12 


299 




12 299 




14 087 




948 232 




351 999 




331 


910 




366 


810 




948 232 




351 


999 




331 910 




366 810 




3 286 500 


1 


478 430 


1 


201 


691 


1 


600 


398 


3 


286 500 


1 


478 


430 


1 


201 691 


1 


600 398 




604 000 




210 279 




209 


328 




241 


055 




604 000 




210 


279 




209 328 




241 055 




160 142 




58 112 




58 


112 




63 


992 




160 142 




58 


112 




58 112 




63 992 




317 466 




105 898 




105 


898 




125 


873 




317 466 




105 


898 




105 898 




125 673 




374 785 




132 664 




132 


664 




149 


914 




374 785 




132 


664 




132 664 




149 914 




880 566 




323 338 




319 


578 




362 


670 




880 566 




323 


338 




319 578 




362 670 




152 000 




51 245 




51 


245 




59 


327 




152 000 




51 


245 




51 245 




59 327 




14 144 391 


5 


687 985 


5 


403 


470 


6 


136 


171 


14 


144 391 


5 


687 


985 


5 


403 470 


6 


136 171 


5224720 


LITHARGE 






























(LB) 








3 581 122 


1 


394 956 


1 


396 


306 


1 


396 


306 


3 


581 122 


1 


394 


956 


1 


396 306 


1 


396 306 




3 581 122 


1 


394 956 


1 


396 


306 


1 


396 


306 


3 


581 122 


1 


394 


956 


1 


396 306 


1 


396 306 


5224740 


ORANGE MINERAL/ 


<ED LEAD 


AND SUBOXIDE OF 


LEAD 


















(LB) 








124 000 




49 383 




49 


383 




49 


383 




124 000 




49 


383 




49 383 




49 383 


TOTAL 


124 000 




49 383 




49 


383 




49 


383 




124 000 




49 


383 




49 383 




49 383 


5225110 


AMMONIA, ANHYDROUS/ LIQUID ANHYDROUS AND 


AQUA 


























_ 


5 


112 090 


5 


770 


779 


5 


755 


462 




_ 


5 


112 


090 


5 


770 779 


5 


755 462 




- 


2 


337 346 


2 


337 


346 


2 


635 


543 




- 


2 


337 


346 


2 


337 346 


2 


635 543 




- 


2 


268 051 


2 


268 


051 


2 


296 


150 




- 


2 


268 


051 


2 


268 051 


2 


296 150 




- 


3 


128 720 


3 


128 


720 


3 


377 


642 




- 


3 


126 


720 


3 


128 720 


3 


377 842 




- 


12 


846 207 


13 


504 


896 


14 


064 


997 




- 


12 


846 


207 


13 


504 896 


14 


064 997 


5225400 


POTASSIUM 


HYDROXIDE 


























(LB) 








81 000 




32 425 




32 


425 




37 


405 




81 000 




32 


425 




32 425 




37 405 




40 078 




7 685 




7 


685 




9 


787 




40 078 




7 


685 




7 685 




9 767 




220 460 




36 605 




36 


605 




45 


500 




220 460 




36 


605 




36 605 




45 500 




341 538 




76 715 




76 


715 




92 


692 




341 538 




76 


715 




76 715 




92 692 



2-86 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f Values Continued 



(S«« E«pl*>«ion of Stitntia" loi mlortimwn on coxrtp. <M ol unoorution. (trtmi.om o! Cut' 

ol (h««npofl lUtmia Snipnwno trtfcwd In tturCSI tn *o«m enly *ntn StJwetofe Ac* 



■ 

:lT and IIIJ4K Hooi It 9*W U H HH ' 









Schedule A c —n llty ituaber 




. 
















l omml monlh 










Country 


NSC 
quint 1 ty 




















origin 


Cu»io*» 


r.t 


... 




















522552 


) BARIUM DIOXIDE, 


HYDROXIDE AND OXIDE 


















(L»l 




FRANCE 


229 793 




49 630 




49 830 




57 






229 








630 




57 3*3 




116 568 




. -' '- 




40 472 




45 








566 




40 




40 472 


45 672 


ITALY 


365 963 




94 "03 




94 403 






920 






963 










11« 




712 321 




184 702 




184 705 










712 










164 705 


217 935 


522556 


5 MAGNESIUM OxIDS 




























(141 






42 945 




5 002 




5 002 






053 




42 


945 




5 




5 002 


7 u53 


JAPAN 


85 362 




69 571 




69 571 




79 


357 




65 








571 


69 571 


79 357 


TOTAL 


128 307 




74 573 




74 573 




66 


410 










74 




74 573 


•6 410 


522560 


o aluminum hydroxide 
























U8| 






580 300 




29 534 




34 359 




34 






560 


>00 




29 




34 354 






4 872 




1 521 




1 521 




2 


079 




4 


672 










2 079 




565 172 




31 055 




35 860 




36 


436 




565 








055 


35 660 


36 436 


522570 


ILIMIMM OXIDE 


ABPAJIvES 


is MAIM* .u*0« 




OR RtFINtD 










(LB) 






1 763 680 




53 880 




53 880 




66 






763 


660 




S3 


660 


53 66C 


66 776 




31 000 




6 120 




6 120 




7 






•- 


000 




6 






7 663 




362 176 




104 021 




104 061 




115 






362 






- 




104 061 


115 651 




40 455 




17 955 




17 . 




• 






• 












20 


FR GERM 


65 68^ 




33 424 




33 424 




36 


67e 




65 


663 




33 




33 *2« 


36 676 




503 095 




167 951 




167 951 










503 


095 










194 395 




179 731 




102 949 




102 940 






















111 V60 


TOTAL 


2 948 820 




466 300 




466 340 






336 


2 


■ 


e;o 




' 


' 


466 34C 


556 336 


522580 


SODIUM HYDROXIDE 


























(LB) 






7 325 539 




632 2«6 




683 Oil 






066 


- 








632 




663 Oil 


604 066 


S*EDEN 


16i 000 








43 409 




53 








00c 






- ■ 


4 3 *0« 


53 36* 




1 062 724 




114 109 




112 




137 




1 




- 










137 373 




3 305 759 




145 967 




145 • 




216 


• -. 


3 


305 


759 




145 




• 


216 ■ 


FR 6ERM 


14 777 842 




495 365 




495 365 




675 




1* 




642 








495 36! 


675 099 




193 795 




1 




71 




' 


■ 












. 




17 672 




85 980 




- • : " 




7 417 




9 








960 




7 






9 • 


CHINA T 


115 742 




* -*; 




9 450 






3*4 














13 344 




6 776 




989 




989 




2 






• 


376 








969 { . 




2- 1 035 757 


1 


460 775 


1 


510 136 


1 


619 


753 






757 


I 




775 


I 510 136 1 619 753 


52*001 


URANIUM OxlDE 




























IUBI 






65 630 


i 


ITS IM 


2 


173 398 


i. 


173 


398 




65 


63C 




. 


354 


• 396 ' 396 




11 025 


1 


477 301 


1 


•71 301 


1 




663 








; 




. 




1 «"• 




76 655 


3 


649 655 


3 


650 699 


• 




061 




76 




• 






3 650 699 3 653 061 


52*002 


URANIUM, THORIUM 


MC .--..- MIT1 »SD C0KP0UN3S, '.SPf, 




-°ES 








. 


9 


295 561 


9 


300 201 


9 


300 


. 






. 


9 


295 




. 20 


9 300 201 


N0RMY 


- 




24 094 




24 094 




24 


5* 1 ; 






- 




24 




24 0*4 /« ! 




- 


20 


073 34C 


20 


073 340 


?: 




55e 






- 




073 




20 073 340 20 132 556 




- 


2 


438 286 


2 


438 297 


i 


476 


Bit 






- 




*36 




2 476 636 




- 




10 002 




10 002 




11 


22C 






- 




10 




10 002 11 til 




- 




8 992 




6 993 




9 


47« 






- 




6 




6 • 




- 


31 


850 27« 


31 


85* 927 


-'. 




63" 






- 


-'. 




• 


31 654 I 31 954 636 


521001 


COBALT-60 




























(CU»> 






16 748 




37 09C 




37 643 




37 


64} 




16 








090 


37 • 37 643 




338 




14 87« 




:- 574 




16 


38" 






336 




- 


674 


16 674 16 367 




66 




2 911 




2 911 




3 


32' 










2 




2 - 3 327 




17 152 




54 87! 




55 428 




57 


35- 




17 


:\c 




54 


875 


55 426 57 357 


52t00( 


RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES, CHEMICAL 


Eui'E'-'S AND 


' . 


NSPF 


















2 966 838 




3"5 94] 




345 948 






509 2 


966 


838 




345 


9*1 


946 346 509 1 




1 151 389 




25 454 


25 454 




27 


n 


1 


151 


3 59 




25 


454 


*54 27 




14 828 




561 010 


561 021 




57* 




L«. 


62S 






. 


561 576 513 




274 




24 877 


24 878 




It 


992 








24 


877 


24 676 21 992 




112 




9 130 


54 185 




54 


390 








9 




54 165 




2 232 




16 152 


16 152 




16 


915 


2 


232 




16 


Ii2 


16 ■ 




212 




517 16 




517 161 




520 


8-3 




212 






Ul 


511 i2C 643 




3 334 




48 593 


48 593 




50 


550 


3 


33* 




46 


•<.: 


46 50 ' 




15 000 




10 900 


10 900 




11 


03 




15 


000 




10 


9C0 


10 900 11 031 




901 




37 738 


37 738 




»1 


J2C 




901 




37 


736 


37 736 41 020 1 




100 




12 317 


13 702 




13 


92% 




100 




12 


317 


13 ! 13 924 




140 




4 863 


4 863 




5 


216 








4 


663 


S3 5 216 




" 155 360 


1 


614 136 1 


660 595 


1 


690 


076 4 


155 


360 


1 




136 


1 66. 1 69. 


5260K 


)5 ANTIMONY OXIDE 




























(LB) 






156 06e 






223 061 


220 061 




229 


926 


156 


066 




223 


061 


220 061 229 926 1 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-87 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" (or information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 

of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

CHINA M 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

5260110 

FRANCE 

TOTAL 

5260115 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

PERU 

CHILE 

NORWAY 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

SWITZLD 

USSR 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

OPAC IS 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5260120 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5260130 

CANADA 

CHILE 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

ISRAEL 

K0R REP 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL..... 

5260142 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

5260144 

CANADA 

NORWAY...... 

FR GERM...., 

TOTAL 

5260146 

CANADA...... 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5260147 

NORWAY 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



176 370 
440 000 
337 306 
44 037 
105 821 
085 274 
344 874 



NICKEL OXIDE 

37 478 
37 478 



202 235 

571 771 

381 034 

50 084 

124 652 

417 016 

1 969 853 



52 978 
52 978 



202 235 
571 771 
381 034 
50 084 
124 652 
417 016 
966 853 



52 978 
52 978 



INORGANIC BASES AND METALLIC OXIDES/ NSPF 



7 769 726 

11 023 

2 091 120 

79 366 

40 000 

265 208 

20 086 

53 585 

9 700 

357 

5 842 

64 859 

75 948 

5 071 

153 067 

1 624 486 

12 269 444 



389 991 

43 750 

40 475 

56 592 

33 326 

284 181 

236 405 

534 720 

24 169 

51 200 

215 230 

172 739 

50 993 

80 601 

301 569 

13 785 

529 726 



ALUMINUM COMPOUNDS, NSPF 



109 320 
549 532 
79 366 
364 574 
703 
103 495 



415 153 

118 432 

10 711 

77 821 

3 239 

625 356 



AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS, NSPF 



248 320 
441 
225 361 
519 183 
861 034 
41 183 
117 362 

256 612 
111 906 
381 402 



18 447 

82 892 

99 032 

108 899 

627 278 

11 187 
61 132 

280 805 

60 569 

12 092 
1 362 333 



CALCIUM CARBIDE 

1 206 710 
1 206 710 



138 245 
138 245 



375 464 

43 892 

40 475 

56 592 

33 326 

284 488 

236 405 

534 704 

24 169 

51 200 

210 477 

171 379 

50 993 

80 601 

301 569 

13 785 

509 519 



503 891 

118 432 

10 711 

77 821 

3 239 

714 094 



18 134 

82 892 

99 032 

108 899 

571 130 

11 187 
61 132 

280 805 

60 121 

12 092 
1 305 424 



139 036 
139 036 



CALCIUM CYANIDE AND SILICON CARBIDE/ CRUDE 



1 966 072 
209 206 

20 813 

2 196 091 

CALCIUM COMPOUNDS, NSPF 



18 798 541 

565 861 

321 685 

45 636 

660 731 

20 392 454 



465 775 

36 171 

15 543 

46 651 

118 205 

682 345 



1 997 798 
209 206 

20 813 

2 227 817 



487 473 
33 585 
15 543 
46 651 
94 918 

678 170 



239 090 

600 493 

402 563 

52 845 

134 546 

584 503 

2 243 966 



56 559 
56 559 



407 104 

43 892 

44 180 
59 409 
35 600 

298 415 

240 428 

442 988 

25 360 

51 596 

216 725 

182 635 

54 994 

86 089 

311 717 

16 126 

2 517 258 



507 175 

118 432 

15 873 

98 327 

5 191 

744 998 



19 736 

84 444 

113 853 

129 507 

615 286 

13 075 

66 543 

286 422 

72 355 

16 241 

1 417 462 



139 036 
139 036 



2 001 768 

233 714 

25 183 

2 260 665 



465 469 

65 029 

30 142 

49 734 

136 997 

747 371 



SILICON CARBIDE IN GRAINS, GROUND, PULVERIZED OR REFINED 



273 012 
44 092 

383 100 

42 139 

500 

742 843 



142 962 
14 045 

274 964 

25 300 

700 

457 971 



142 962 
14 045 

274 964 

25 300 

700 

457 971 



155 874 
15 920 

294 443 

26 853 

824 

495 914 



176 370 
440 000 
337 306 
44 037 
105 821 
085 274 
344 874 



37 478 
37 478 



7 769 726 

11 023 

2 091 120 

79 366 

40 000 

265 208 

20 086 

53 585 

9 700 

357 

5 842 

64 859 

75 9<»8 

5 071 

153 067 

1 624 486 

12 269 444 



109 320 
549 532 
79 366 
364 574 
703 
103 495 



246 320 
441 
225 361 
519 183 
861 034 
41 183 
117 362 

256 612 
111 906 
381 402 



1 206 710 
1 206 710 



18 798 541 

565 861 

321 685 

45 636 

660 731 

20 392 454 



273 012 
44 092 

383 100 

42 139 

500 

742 843 



202 235 
571 771 
381 034 
50 084 
124 652 
417 016 
969 853 



52 978 
52 978 



389 991 

43 750 

40 475 

56 592 

33 326 

284 181 

236 405 

534 720 

24 169 

51 200 

215 230 

172 739 

50 993 

80 601 

301 569 

13 785 

529 726 



415 153 

118 432 

10 711 

77 821 

3 239 

625 356 



18 447 

82 892 

99 032 

108 899 

627 278 

11 187 
61 132 

280 805 

60 5&9 

12 092 
362 333 



138 245 
138 245 



1 966 072 
209 206 

20 813 

2 196 091 



465 775 

36 171 

15 543 

46 651 

118 205 

682 345 



142 962 
14 045 

274 964 

25 300 

700 

457 971 



202 235 


239 090 


571 771 


600 493 


381 034 


402 563 


50 084 


52 845 


124 652 


134 546 


417 016 


584 503 


1 966 853 


2 243 966 


(LB) 




52 978 


56 559 


52 978 


56 559 


(LB) 




375 464 


407 104 


43 892 


43 892 


40 475 


44 180 


56 592 


59 409 


33 326 


35 600 


284 488 


298 415 


236 405 


240 428 


534 704 


442 988 


24 169 


25 360 


51 200 


51 596 


210 477 


216 725 


171 379 


182 635 


50 993 


54 994 


80 601 


86 089 


301 569 


311 717 


13 785 


16 126 


2 509 519 


2 517 258 


(LB) 




503 891 


507 175 


118 432 


118 432 


10 711 


15 873 


77 821 


98 327 


3 239 


5 191 


714 094 


744 998 


(LB) 




18 134 


19 736 


62 892 


84 444 


99 032 


113 853 


108 899 


129 507 


571 130 


615 286 


11 187 


13 075 


61 132 


66 543 


280 805 


286 422 


60 121 


72 355 


12 092 


16 241 


1 305 424 


1 417 462 


(LB) 




139 036 


139 036 


139 036 


139 036 


1 997 798 


2 001 768 


209 206 


233 714 


20 613 


25 183 


2 227 817 


2 260 665 


(LB) 




487 473 


465 469 


33 585 


65 029 


15 543 


30 142 


46 651 


49 734 


94 918 


136 997 


678 170 


747 371 


(LB) 




142 962 


155 874 


14 045 


15 920 


274 964 


294 443 


25 300 


28 853 


700 


824 


457 971 


495 914 



2-88 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C if Values Continued 



(S«e "Explanation ol Sutiilia" lor information on cM»s». Mi ol 1 










•u »T0 <*«»•■ 




ol (he impon itiiiiiia Shipments 


rtjutd In than S?i 1 »'t tho*m oniy undti 


Sch*Obi* A mn* 


i ■ 


ii . I ' ■ ■ i :-■■ 


































iMMaar) 






Country 
















i .:ln 


quf.nl 


lou 














5260149 


carbide compounds, nspf 


















86 


996 


poe 


97 208 


- 


*96 


97 206 


97 206 






293 


674 


103 760 


■ 564 


- 




103 760 


. • 


FR GERH 


_ 


230 


394. 


476 745 


- . 709 


- 


23C 




491 70V 




- 


613 


067 


679 733 


501 


- 


61) 067 


679 7)3 


695 501 


5260152 


POTASSIUM 


CYANIC 1 . [CYANIDE AM FERROC** 






(LB) 






209 200 


154 


54ft 


546 


166 636 


209 200 


. 




166 636 




39 663 


82 


730 


61 39! 








61 395 


66 632 




40 000 


23 


295 


23 295 


27 200 


40 000 


' 


23 ■ ■ 


27 200 




163 


1 


160 


1 160 


1 375 


163 


;so 


.80 






269 046 


' 


751 


260 416 


28; 


2«9 046 




26C 


261 645 


5260154 


POTASSIUM 


COMPOUNDS, 


- 










(LB) 






56 197 


109 


374 


859 


• 010 


56 197 


. • 


a»9 


- 010 




190 65« 




773 


"73 


56 440 


190 6J4 




•7) 


56 440 




478 


20 


19ft 


19 765 


20 527 




20 


19 765 


20 527 




338 551 


390 


102 


364 226 


419 373 


336 551 






■ 37) 




200 002 


27 


600 


22 606 




200 002 


'00 


••06 






162 966 


59 


36* 


59 364 




9ft6 




59 364 






76.' ' 


152 


679 


151 750 


166 027 


76. 


- 


7J0 


166 027 




768 


5 


093 


5 


5 169 




5 093 


5 


5 16V 




3« t83 


10 


763 


10 763 




' 


10 


10 76) 






299 626 


62 


■455 


62 




299 626 




62 455 


77 746 




119 048 


17 


714 


17 


21 716 


119 046 


17 




21 716 




238 097 


9 




9 471 




• 097 


9 - 


9 471 


16 900 




110 230 


■ 


616 


44 893 


• 




• 


-- 


56 Oft 3 




12' 


S« 




54 542 




12' 




54 542 


63 026 




• 


1 


359 


'59 






. 


1 )59 






2 950 318 


1 006 


102 


994 635 


I 1« 




1 006 102 


»35 


1 163 462 


526016] 


SODIUM CHLORATE 


















6 008 »30 


946 


010 


953 012 


966 566 


• 




953 


966 566 




' 


6 


360 


6 360 








■ !60 


6 346 




16C ■ 


24 


872 


24 672 






'72 


24 672 








5 


036 


5 038 


. 




5 


36 


7 016 




1 87-* 


5 


057 


5 057 


5 199 


1 674 




5 057 


5 199 




6 246 639 


969 


337 


994 339 


1 019 740 


6 246 639 


969 


994 339 


1 c: 


526016; 


! SODIUM CKROMATE AND DICHRC 








<l6) 






32 59* 


9 


662 


9 742 


9 742 


32 59* 


9 682 


9 742 


9 742 




. 




426 


426 


550 




426 




550 






10 


110 


10 170 


10 292 




10 : 


10 170 


10 292 


526016 


> SODIUM CYANIDE 


















176 369 


46 


798 


46 796 


60 160 




-96 


"98 


60 160 




1 080 000 


348 


860 


348 660 


41: 


1 060 000 


3<<8 660 


460 


■ 435 




1 2? 


395 


676 


395 676 


".75 615 




395 676 


'.76 


■ 615 


526016' 


1 SODIUM SULFATE, CRUDE 
















4 592 


196 


689 


277 979 


277 979 


4 592 


196 689 


277 


rn 979 




4 592 


196 


689 


277 979 


277 979 


■ .. 


196 669 


277 979 


277 979 


526016 


5 SODIUM SULFATE, ANMyDRCUS 














6 255 


363 


925 


490 096 


490 094 


6 255 




4 90 096 


490 096 




- 




389 


389 




- 




369 


400 




6 255 


364 


314 


->65 


- 




- )14 




490 496 


526016 


7 sodium perborate 












(LB) 






36.? 


76 


533 


74 " . 


90 503 


363 




74 014 


90 503 




1 362 222 


376 


356 


30t 


36. 9 - 


. 


• 356 


306 


it. 




35 27« 


9 


956 


9 956 


12 169 


35 274 


9 . 


9 956 


12 169 




1 7ftO 686 


462 


345 


390 397 


464 581 


" 


462 


397 


464 561 


526015 


B SODIUM COMPOUNDS, NSPF 
















9 824 332 


574 


653 


599 850 


579 797 


9 62- Z}> 


574 


599 650 


579 797 




94 652 


13 


874 


13 874 


13 874 


■- • ■ 


:3 674 


13 674 


13 674 




76t 420 


1*1 


597 


141 597 


179 332 




. 597 


.-. i97 


179 332 




240 001 


21 


353 


21 353 


30 160 


240 001 


21 353 


21 353 






436 511 


45 


166 


45 166 


52 470 


-35 5ll 


.66 


.66 


52 »T0 




640 02B 


268 


372 


255 434 


293 530 


64C 0:8 


266 372 


255 


293 530 


FR GERM 


527 217 


324 


939 


320 821 


363 751 


527 2i7 


iJ9 


J2C 821 


S 751 




712 818 


60 


356 


60 356 


90 138 


712 8l6 


60 - 


60 3 


90 136 




84 656 


67 


377 


56 843 


60 518 


: - i5« 


67 3TJ 


56 843 


60 516 




301 t83 


83 


950 


83 950 


IOC 207 


301 483 


83 950 


83 950 


: 207 




220 


2 


500 


2 500 


2 679 


220 


2 5C0 


i 500 


2 679 




13 626 338 


1 604 


137 


1 601 744 


1 766 456 


13 626 :jS 


1 6C- 


1 601 744 


1 7< 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-89 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 




Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



5260170 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

PERU 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

SWEDEN 

NORWAY 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

GERM DR 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

GREECE 

INDIA 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5260200 

CANADA 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

5310010 

U KING...... 

TOTAL 

5310020 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

INDIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5310030 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

POLAND 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL.,... 

531004C 

CANADA 

DENMARK 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

ITALY 

INDIA 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5321010 

U KING 



INORGANIC CHEMICALS AND COMPOUNDS, NSPF 



1 023 160 
691 189 

37 500 

100 000 

158 731 

777 031 

40 030 

608 95? 

232 430 

2 217 258 
1 003 616 

10 002 407 

77 161 

131 

160 936 

537 030 

407 503 

501 547 

112 000 

12 475 

867 951 

39 683 

1 373 705 

27 506 

44 195 

054 127 



21 



353 

131 

8 

46 

28 

64 

25 

2 065 

59 

599 

563 

2 451 

38 

10 

69 

164 

157 

230 

22 

17 

65 

7 

646 

197 

11 

8 036 



151 
256 
437 
237 
582 
042 
308 
800 
689 
648 
159 
893 
997 
352 
814 
169 
403 
303 
550 
266 
954 
525 
759 
104 
294 
692 



340 730 
129 708 

8 437 
46 237 
28 583 

64 042 
25 147 

064 014 

59 689 

596 817 

551 842 

362 197 

38 997 

10 352 

69 814 

126 589 

157 403 

230 303 

22 550 

17 266 

65 954 
7 525 

633 980 
197 104 

9 498 
864 778 



ALUMINUM OXIDE ABRASIVES, CRUDE 



17 422 

135 

17 557 



4 025 635 

52 164 

4 077 799 



074 502 

52 164 

126 666 



342 004 

129 741 

9 642 

51 995 

34 921 

93 638 

26 750 

2 116 547 

69 112 

767 279 

599 385 

2 800 789 

43 641 

10 766 
80 855 

156 343 

181 476 

264 398 

28 055 

19 209 

101 567 

9 745 

731 442 

203 716 

11 003 
8 884 019 



4 073 094 

63 218 

4 136 312 



1 023 
691 

37 
100 
158 
777 

40 
608 
232 

2 217 
1 003 

10 002 
77 



160 
537 
407 
501 
112 

12 
867 

39 
1 373 

27 

44 
21 054 



160 
189 
500 
000 
731 
031 
030 
952 
430 
258 
616 
407 
161 
131 
936 
030 
503 
547 
000 
475 
951 
683 
705 
506 
195 
127 



VAT BLUE 1 OR SYNTHETIC INDIGO, COLOR INDEX NO. 73000 



54 

54 



231 
231 



96 671 
96 671 



57 389 
57 389 



56 997 
58 997 



SPECIFIED COAL TAR COLORS, DYES, STAINS AND RELATED PRODUCTS 



2 250 
55 212 
15 365 

3 816 

1 873 
78 516 



31 463 
350 332 
140 085 
127 162 

11 859 
660 901 



25 040 
235 949 
146 747 

44 557 

6 278 

458 571 



25 336 
328 794 
149 681 

47 034 

6 526 

557 371 



17 422 

135 

17 557 



54 231 
54 231 



2 250 



55 


212 


15 


365 


3 


816 


1 


873 



78 516 



COLORS, DYES AND STAINS, EXCEPT TONERS, FROM BENZENOID PRODUCTS 



11 378 

6 614 

146 230 

44 793 

26 349 

25 195 

621 908 

342 471 

51 852 

2 535 

38 061 

48 967 

180 579 

1 322 

1 548 254 



37 420 
7 500 

1 088 003 
202 118 
227 146 
134 911 

3 345 875 

2 176 874 
215 246 

15 599 

198 412 

545 072 

776 692 

1 827 

8 972 695 



37 545 

7 500 

773 119 

134 991 

138 118 

103 913 

979 369 

154 853 

94 354 

22 144 

151 417 

260 151 

696 459 

1 827 

555 760 



SYNTHETIC ORGANIC DYESTUFFS, NSPF 



11 153 
16 320 
29 662 

1 831 
245 535 

43 936 
77 065 

2 866 
20 020 

200 879 

93 

649 360 



37 759 

53 524 

155 792 

11 734 

658 434 

496 033 

273 695 

20 727 

98 851 

670 100 

680 

477 329 



38 809 

53 524 

97 841 

7 671 

454 819 

589 051 

205 079 

20 727 

68 562 

393 486 

680 

930 249 



37 555 

7 500 

807 182 

140 387 

141 150 
106 950 
033 462 
209 269 

98 443 
22 496 
156 490 
274 902 
803 335 
1 917 
841 038 



38 837 

55 983 

113 537 

7 925 

1 489 033 

599 015 

210 711 

21 565 

75 722 

554 369 

850 

3 167 547 



11 378 

6 614 

146 230 

44 793 

26 349 

25 195 

621 9o8 

342 471 

51 852 

2 535 

38 061 

48 967 

180 579 

1 322 

1 548 254 



11 153 
16 320 
29 662 

1 831 
245 535 

43 936 
77 065 

2 866 
20 020 

200 879 

93 

649 360 



353 151 

131 256 

8 437 

46 237 

28 582 

64 042 
25 308 

2 065 800 

59 689 

599 648 

563 159 

2 451 893 

38 997 

10 352 
69 814 

164 169 

157 403 

230 303 

22 550 

17 266 

65 954 
7 525 

646 759 
197 104 

11 294 
8 036 692 



4 025 635 

52 164 

4 077 799 



96 671 
96 671 



31 463 

350 332 

140 085 

127 162 

11 859 

660 901 



37 420 
7 500 

1 088 003 
202 118 
227 146 
134 911 

3 345 875 

2 176 874 
215 246 

15 599 

198 412 

545 072 

776 692 

1 827 

8 972 695 



37 759 

53 524 

155 792 

11 734 

658 434 

496 033 

273 695 

20 727 

98 851 

670 100 

680 

477 329 



(LB) 

340 730 

129 708 

8 437 
46 237 
28 583 

64 042 
25 147 

2 064 014 

59 689 

596 817 

551 842 

2 362 197 

38 997 

10 352 

69 814 

126 589 

157 403 

230 303 

22 550 

17 266 

65 954 
7 525 

633 980 
197 104 

9 498 
7 864 778 

(STN) 

4 074 502 

52 164 

4 126 666 

(LB) 

57 389 
57 389 

(LB) 

25 040 
235 949 
146 747 

44 557 

6 278 

458 571 

(LB) 



37 545 

7 500 

773 H9 

134 991 

138 118 

103 913 

979 369 

154 853 

94 354 

22 144 

151 417 

260 151 

696 459 

1 827 

555 760 



(LB) 

36 809 

53 524 

97 841 

7 671 

454 819 

569 051 

205 079 

20 727 

68 562 

393 436 

680 

S3C 249 



342 004 

129 741 

9 642 

51 995 

34 921 

93 638 

26 750 

2 116 547 

69 112 

767 279 

599 385 

2 800 789 

43 641 

10 766 
80 855 

156 343 

181 476 

264 398 

28 055 

19 209 

101 567 

9 745 

731 442 

203 716 

11 003 
8 884 019 



4 073 094 

63 218 

4 136 312 



dyeing and tanning products, nspf, including benzenoid synthetics, tannic acid and defuvat (LB) 

14 538 40 804 38 967 40 144 14 538 40 804 36 967 



58 997 
58 997 



25 336 
328 794 
149 681 

47 034 

6 526 

557 371 



37 555 

7 500 

807 182 

140 387 

141 150 
106 950 
033 462 
209 269 

98 443 
22 496 
156 490 
274 902 
803 335 
1 917 
841 038 



38 837 

55 983 

113 537 

7 925 

1 489 033 

599 015 

210 711 

21 565 

75 722 

554 369 

850 

3 167 547 



40 144 



2-90 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs, Fas , and C.i.f. Values Continued 



(See "Explanation of Stttalej" lor mlomiation on cov»raor data ol itn porta ho- 
of itu import itatiflia Sh.pmamj «alut<l laa than S2S 1 art thown only untft' 



I «rnv « Hit OKI OTH CTY lottax counBKl) and stlw aa l M W i and 'Hai*a 

MJMi laa t • ■ - . -i . .- - ■»•- 



»■■■!]!) nu«bor. description an*: *-;tltr 





t urrrnl munlh 


■ 


Country 
of 


quant 


:«!-•> 






origin 


Cuatoaa 




1 


- 1 — 







BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

SnITZLG 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5324020 

GIBRALT 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

5324040 

PARA6UA 

ARGENT 

TOTAL 

5324060 

BRAZIL 

FRANCE 

turkey 

REP SAF 

TOTAL 

5331000 

CANADA 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5332000 

Canada 

SkEOEN 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

StllTZLO 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

533<t000 

CANADA 

NORWAY 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SnITZLO 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

KOR REP 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5335110 

MEXICO 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5335200 

U KING 

NETHLDS 



60 000 

19 800 

1 221 

326 605 

350 

"422 5l« 



164 555 

5 669 

17a 337 

3"6 722 

16* 

762 791 



164 555 

5 631 

174 337 

396 722 

• 64 

760 696 



170 461 

6 533 

175 911 

■22 066 

615 67* 



chestnut, oivi-oivi. hemlock, OTMEU (Han cude o« processed 



30 374 

66 18« 

116 556 



6 216 
23 660 
31 678 



6 216 
23 66C 
31 676 



OuEBKACHO, NOT CRUDE OR PROCESSED 



306 166 

902 u l8 

1 210 606 



56 160 

190 025 
2*6 165 



56 160 

190 025 
248 165 



9 692 
27 693 
37 365 



227 966 

297 921 



tanning products, other than cRuoe or processed/ nspf, of vewtablE origin 



03 210 

,- . 

617 290 
770 730 



9 300 

26 650 

12 «16 

109 644 

156 210 



9 300 

26 650 

12 416 

109 644 

156 210 



PIGMENTS AND PIGMfNT-L:- 



9 905 

516 75« 

3 307 

136 441 

86 620 

268 910 

63 616 

10 031 

55 115 

356 100 

2 646 

1 5l3 847 



12 570 

506 066 

15 633 

126 691 

136 270 

168 608 

50 499 

30 625 

3»3 789 

2 151 

1 462 639 



12 769 

506 09*. 

15 633 

126 691 

136 066 

180 156 

50 499 

7 735 

30 625 

363 769 

2 151 

1 454 406 



10 732 

31 600 

15 26* 

196 7«2 



5«2 806 

16 07l 

136 631 

15: - 

196 066 

5« 669 

6 199 

35 305 

•31 527 

i 6*2 

1 592 365 



INK P04DERS DERIVED FROM BENZEHOIO PRODUCTS AND PR: 



117 037 
6 535 

2« 527 

5 185 

327 671 

9 529 

3 220 

2 009 

89 

503 002 



110 772 

60 963 

20 879 

5*1 661 

50 017 

10 -19 

7 912 

286 

864 279 



111 
80 
41 

20 

5*1 



990 
933 
470 
879 
625 



50 017 

10 419 

7 612 

286 

665 431 



112 216 
64 224 
4* 204 
22 993 

570 530 

.- MM 

10 009 
321 



60 


000 


1« 


600 


1 


221 


326 


6o5 




350 


... 


il« 


30 


374 


68 


ie« 


lie 




306 


186 


902 


•16 


1 210 


606 


GETABlE Of 


43 


210 




:je 


-- 




617 


290 


770 


730 


9 


»05 


516 


754 


3 


JO' 


136 


441 


68 


620 


268 


9i0 


63 


616 


10 


031 


55 


115 


358 


100 


2 


646 


1 513 


647 


S 




117 


037 


8 


535 


29 


527 


5 


161 


121 


871 


9 


529 


3 


220 


2 


009 




69 



' . 3 ; i 



VARNISHES, LAOUERS, DISTEMPERS, "ATER PIGMENTS, STAMPING - . _ . ... QTES 



163 672 

8 053 

353 707 

6 093 

60 843 

670 358 

10 344 

25 221 

10 752 

53 200 

22 107 

6 764 

1 391 134 



165 718 

8 053 

353 685 

6 093 

60 855 

654 248 

10 344 

25 221 

10 752 

53 200 

22 107 

6 884 

1 377 160 



G..ASS, FRIT, ETC, AND ENAMELS, COLORS, 6LAZES, ETC, MADE THEREFROM 



157 619 

39 874 

9 051 

150 12" 

77 768 

293 

434 729 



157 619 

38 456 

9 051 

150 052 

77 768 

293 

433 239 



ARTISTS, STUDENTS, ETC, PAINTS, COLORS, ETC, IN ANY FORM NOT OVER 1.5 LBS NET IEIG»T EACH 



198 225 
52 467 



198 225 
52 467 



166 


102 


8 


929 


373 


939 


6 


853 


65 


277 


733 


830 


16 


719 


26 


651 


12 


087 


53 


936 


26 


129 


e 


136 


: 5:: 


586 


, ETC; 


MA 


157 


619 


42 


721 


9 


459 


159 


538 


81 


032 




301 


450 


670 


IN ANY FO 


205 


066 


53 


846 



164 


555 


5 


669 


174 


337 


396 






464 


782 


791 


6 


216 


ii 


660 


31 


676 


58 


160 


190 


025 


248 


185 


9 


300 


26 


650 


12 


416 


109 


844 


156 


210 


12 


570 


506 


066 


IS 


633 


128 


691 


136 


270 


188 


608 


50 


• 99 


7 


735 


30 


625 


363 


769 


2 






639 


110 


772 


60 


963 


"1 


470 


20 


679 


5*1 


661 


50 


017 


10 


419 


7 


612 




266 


864 


279 


163 


472 


6 


053 


353 


707 


6 


093 


60 


843 


670 


358 


10 


344 


25 


221 


10 


752 


53 


200 


22 


107 


6 


--- 


1 391 


134 


157 


619 


39 


B74 


9 


051 


150 


124 


77 


768 




293 


434 


729 


ET p- 


198 


225 


52 


467 



164 


555 


5 


631 


174 


337 


396 


722 




,-. 


760 


696 


(LB) 




6 


216 


23 


660 


31 


678 


(L6I 




58 


160 


190 


025 


246 


165 


ILB 




9 


300 


26 


650 


12 


416 


109 


644 


156 


210 


(LB 




1? 


769 


506 


094 


15 


633 


126 


691 


136 


066 


180 


156 


50 


499 


7 


735 


30 


625 


383 


789 


2 


151 


1 454 


406 


(LB 




111 


990 


80 


933 


41 


470 


20 


679 


•-. 


625 


50 


017 


10 


419 


7 


612 




266 


865 


-31 


165 


716 


8 


053 


353 


665 


6 


093 


60 


655 


654 


246 


10 


344 


25 


221 


10 


■"52 


53 


200 


22 




6 


664 


1 377 


160 


157 


619 


38 


456 


9 


051 


150 


052 


77 


766 




293 


433 


239 


198 


225 


52 


467 



170 


161 


6 


533 


175 


Yl« 


422 


066 




554 


615 


674 


9 


692 


27 


693 


37 


365 


69 


*33 


227 


968 


297 


921 


10 


732 


31 


600 


15 


264 


141 


146 


196 


742 


12 


76V 


542 


606 


16 


.71 


136 


631 


153 


480 


196 


066 


54 


669 


6 


199 


35 


305 


431 


527 


2 


642 


592 


365 


112 


216 


84 


224 


44 


204 


22 


993 


570 


530 


54 


269 


14 


605 


10 






321 


913 


371 


166 


102 


8 


929 


373 


9 39 


6 


653 


65 


277 


733 


630 


16 


719 


26 


651 


12 


067 


53 


936 


26 


129 


6 


136 


500 


566 


157 


619 


42 


721 


9 


-•v 


159 


536 


81 


032 




301 


450 


670 


205 


086 


53 


646 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-91 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 













Sche 


dule A commoL 


ity number, f 


escri 


ption 


and unit of 


quant 


ity 
















Current 


month 










Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 












Value (doll 


ars) 














Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Cu 


stoms 




F.a.s. 


c. 


i.f . 




quantity 




Cus 


toms 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 










14 


789 


14 


789 




15 


913 






_ 




14 789 


14 789 


15 913 






_ 




15 


042 


15 


042 




15 


829 






- 




15 042 


15 042 


15 829 






- 




7 


434 


7 


434 




8 


348 






- 




7 434 


7 434 


8 348 






- 




?8 


??4 


28 


764 




30 


422 






- 




28 224 


28 764 


30 422 






- 




316 


181 


316 


721 




329 


444 






- 




316 181 


316 721 


329 444 


5335600 


PUTTY, PAINTERS FILLINGS, 


CEMENTS, ETC 


















(LB) 








137 180 




87 


755 


89 


288 




91 


827 




137 


180 




87 755 


89 288 


91 627 






27 056 




310 


754 


310 


754 




317 


830 




27 


056 




310 754 


310 754 


317 830 






704 




6 


?49 


6 


?49 




6 


611 






704 




6 249 


6 249 


6 611 






3 662 




9 


176 


9 


176 




9 


820 




3 


662 




9 176 


9 176 


9 820 






84 554 




178 


410 


178 


410 




183 


667 




84 


554 




178 410 


178 410 


183 667 






261 598 




?45 


363 


245 


175 




281 


168 




261 


598 




245 363 


245 175 


281 168 






22 161 




54 


508 


54 


508 




56 


582 




22 


161 




54 508 


54 508 


56 582 






39 496 




5 


101 


5 


101 




7 


677 




39 


496 




5 101 


5 101 


7 677 






71 321 


1 


171 


?8? 


1 171 


6?1 


1 


274 


255 




71 


321 


1 


171 282 


1 171 621 


1 274 255 






1 299 




1 


88? 


1 


882 




2 


235 




1 


299 




1 882 


1 882 


2 235 






649 031 


2 


070 


480 


2 072 


164 


2 


231 


672 




649 


031 


2 


070 480 


2 072 164 


2 231 672 


5411015 


NIACIN AND 


NIACINAMIDE 






















(LB) 








854 066 


1 


668 


416 


1 679 


910 


1 


776 


043 




854 


066 


1 


668 416 


1 679 910 


1 776 043 






39 683 




97 


687 


97 


687 




105 


840 




39 


683 




97 667 


97 687 


105 840 






893 749 


1 


766 


103 


1 777 


597 


1 


881 


883 




893 


749 


1 


766 103 


1 777 597 


1 881 883 


5411020 


VITAMIN Bl 


, OR THIAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE OR 


THIAMINE MONONITRATE/ 


SYNTHETIC 




(LB) 








6 614 




75 


9?3 


75 


923 




77 


009 




6 


614 




75 923 


75 923 


77 009 






41 485 




496 


019 


477 


263 




488 


947 




41 


485 




496 019 


477 263 


488 947 






48 099 




571 


942 


553 


186 




565 


956 




48 


099 




571 942 


553 186 


565 956 


5411050 


VITAMIN C, 


OR ASCORBIC ACID AND ITS 


SALTS 
















(LB) 








162 261 




526 


830 


526 


830 




538 


071 




162 


261 




526 830 


526 830 


538 071 






601 855 


2 


594 


797 


1 622 


868 


2 


643 


463 




601 


855 


2 


594 797 


1 622 868 


2 643 463 






969 021 


4 


?53 


684 


3 668 


?53 


3 


834 


679 




969 


021 


4 


253 684 


3 668 253 


3 834 679 




1 


733 137 


7 


375 


311 


5 817 


951 


7 


016 


213 


1 


733 


137 


7 


375 311 


5 817 951 


7 016 213 


541106C 


VITAMINS, 


NSPF 


























(LB) 








220 240 




7fi 


004 


78 


004 




102 


273 




220 


240 




78 004 


78 004 


102 273 






83 337 


1 


014 


658 


1 014 


658 


1 


026 


487 




83 


337 


1 


014 658 


1 014 658 


1 026 487 






5 027 




97 


473 


97 


473 




98 


878 




5 


027 




97 473 


97 473 


98 878 






853 




109 


196 


109 


195 




110 


566 






853 




109 196 


109 195 


110 566 






31 407 




?38 


255 


238 


268 




242 


636 




31 


4o7 




238 255 


238 268 


242 636 






230 652 


1 


78? 


?67 


1 411 


184 


1 


813 


250 




230 


652 


1 


782 267 


1 411 184 


1 813 250 






17 593 




30 


075 


30 


075 




33 


380 




17 


593 




30 075 


30 075 


33 380 






19 841 




37 


143 


37 


143 




38 


700 




19 


841 




37 143 


37 143 


38 700 






11 475 




41 


480 


41 


480 




43 


077 




11 


475 




41 480 


41 480 


43 077 






169 946 


1 


530 


999 


1 499 


576 


1 


532 


279 




169 


946 


1 


530 999 


1 499 576 


1 532 279 






1 






350 




350 






354 






1 




350 


350 


354 






790 372 


4 


959 


900 


4 557 


406 


5 


041 


880 




790 


372 


4 


959 900 


4 557 406 


5 041 880 


541300C 


ANTIBIOTICS, NSPF 
























;6RM) 








1 490 




96 


850 


96 


850 




97 


869 




1 


490 




96 850 


96 850 


97 869 




9 


280 000 




?14 


5?5 


214 


525 




223 


999 


9 


280 


000 




214 525 


214 525 


223 999 




25 


019 747 




193 


769 


188 


429 




198 


145 


25 


019 


747 




193 769 


188 429 


198 145 






14 212 




58 


?97 


58 


297 




58 


984 




14 


212 




58 297 


58 297 


58 984 




18 


492 697 




617 


038 


617 


038 




628 


329 


18 


492 


697 




617 038 


617 038 


628 329 




3 


628 527 




157 


494 


157 


494 




160 


396 


3 


628 


527 




157 494 


157 494 


160 396 




3 


009 279 




178 


259 


178 


259 




180 


750 


3 


009 


279 




178 259 


178 259 


180 750 




11 


059 504 




54? 


318 


542 


318 




557 


488 


11 


059 


504 




542 318 


542 318 


557 488 






600 000 




64 


200 


■ 64 


200 




65 


289 




600 


000 




64 200 


64 200 


65 289 




40 


000 000 




5? 


938 


52 


938 




57 


600 


40 


000 


000 




52 938 


52 938 


57 600 






984 900 




13? 


357 


132 


356 




133 


101 




964 


900 




132 357 


132 356 


133 101 




5 


640 000 




?67 


006 


263 


006 




266 


154 


5 


640 


000 




263 006 


263 006 


266 154 




2 


511 243 




??8 


844 


228 


844 




235 


506 


2 


511 


243 




228 844 


228 844 


235 508 




10 


103 152 




368 


150 


368 


150 




378 


046 


10 


103 


152 




368 150 


368 150 


378 046 




32 


315 953 


1 


6 36 


757 


1 611 


643 


1 


650 


825 


32 


315 


953 


1 


636 757 


1 611 643 


1 650 825 




4 


000 000 




130 


055 


130 


055 




134 


908 


4 


000 


000 




130 055 


130 055 


134 908 






12 




19 


808 


19 


808 




19 


872 






12 




19 S08 


19 808 


19 872 






970 691 




698 


774 


898 


774 




911 


297 




970 


691 




898 774 


893 774 


911 297 




167 


631 407 


5 


853 


439 


5 822 


984 


5 


958 


560 


167 


631 


407 


5 


853 439 


5 822 984 


5 958 560 


. 54140K 


> CAFFEINE 




























(LB) 








80 000 




?58 


117 


258 


116 




267 


600 




80 


000 




258 117 


258 116 


267 600 






330 534 


1 


• 1?? 


988 


1 122 


991 


1 


142 


355 




330 


534 


1 


122 988 


1 122 991 


1 142 355 






410 534 


1 


381 


105 


1 381 


107 


1 


409 


955 




410 


534 


1 


381 105 


1 381 107 


1 409 955 


541401! 


» Quinine and its 


SALTS 






















(AOZ) 








30 582 




122 


820 


122 


820 




125 


430 




30 


582 




122 820 


122 820 


125 430 



2-92 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See 'Explanation of Solatia" tor intomtition on covereot. dm o! impoftit.on. deftniuom of Cujknto. Iju mot • * >■■ •• ■»» «< mBijMX m OTM CTY loowi tonnnan mo at*** atinuuom md t—w 
ot th# moon lOtifl.a Sn.pmtna »»lueo ka mm S2S1 vt Dim onl, nn*t Schadu* * cownowty rwnkw MdMD ma li d iiO rl Ire*. X •«« imil w I 



BELGIUM 

INDNSIA 

TOTAL 

5411015 

U KJNG 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ShITZlC/ 

ITALY 

TOTAL 

5414025 

BAHAMAS 

India 

TOTAL 

511*030 

CZECHO 

ShITZlD 

TOTAL 

5414035 

HUNGARY 

TOTAL 

5414040 

FR GERM 

HUNGARY 

SkITZLO 

INDIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5414050 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

INDIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5115020 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BAHAMAS 

Sweden 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5415010 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5416100 

CANADA 

PERU 

ARGENT 

DENMARK 

U KING. 

IRELAND 

NETHLOS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 



Schedule A c 



lly (lunbvr. description ano unit of quantity 





( urrcul month 


t um.ljlnr liniun to Jalr 


Count ry 


qui> ■ 


Value ( dollar. 1 


qua' ' 




orlicln 


Custom 


».«... 


. f. 


I uea 


- • 


■ f 



2 


000 


3i 


126 


66 


710 


INI0INE 


13 


104 


82 


165 


121 


161 


120 


270 


26 


225 


96 


747 


-•- 


295 


NCH0NA 


361 


671 


12 


316 


397 


020 



7 240 
135 255 

265 315 



■'2 312 

506 761 
604 504 
570 611 
131 764 
127 271 
313 263 



CINCHONA BARK ALKALOIDS AST TmEI* SALTS, NSPF 



166 616 

6 772 

•77 590 



ERGOTAMINE C0M<= 



12 
12 



10 600 
124 066 

131 666 



OPIUM ALKALOIDS AND THEIR COMPOVNOS 



22 647 



306 265 
306 265 



alkaloids ano their comp 



90 771 

1 

40 
22 
33 

90 870 



567 623 

101 266 

872 871 

17 916 

7 174 

1 567 172 



8 107 

17 197 

39 174 

1 315 

96 093 



7 


2«C 


135 


• 50 


265 


510 


12 


312 


506 


761 


601 


50« 


570 


611 


131 


76« 


427 


271 


2 313 


263 


El* SALTS, 


• 66 


616 


6 


77J 


»TI 


590 


10 


600 


12* 


086 


131 


666 


3C6 


285 


306 


285 


fHETIC. 


591 


312 


101 


266 


672 


871 


17 


916 


6 


700 


1 590 


067 




6 


• 07 


45 


995 


3« 


17« 


1 


063 



7 «56 

: "' -* 

272 336 



72 911 

513 321 

611 156 

577 666 

13* «00 

. '- in 



•70 006 

MX «•-- 



10 637 
124 378 
135 015 



309 663 
309 663 



617 656 

102 251 

674 926 

16 106 

7 0«1 

1 619 962 



2 


000 


3* 


128 


66 


710 


13 


4 4 


62 


•85 




16« 


120 




28 


2 2'. 


98 


7«7 


• 64 


295 




674 


12 


346 




020 





1? 




12 


t. 


6«7 




647 


.: 


- 




1 




•0 




22 




33 


- 


670 



BRUClNE, NICOTINE, STRYCHNINE. '-- "ISE, ETC, AND THEIR COMPOUH&J 



94 639 



6 67; 

46 325 

•2 087 

1 153 

98 237 



hormones, synthetic 



1 HO 677 

333 020 

210 100 

36 "'49 

32 500 

10 651 350 

167 582 

829 430 

521 300 

12 211 

11 762 

35 250 

14 581 931 



371 -11 

211 095 

909 579 

113 736 

1 087 747 

306 678 

204 -62 

1 015 299 

223 621 

48 029 

46 667 

96 ill 

350 

1 637 085 



HORMONES, NATURAL, NOT ARTIFICIALLY MIXED, '.S = c 



1 246 

162 991 

3 060 

IOC ::: 

27 660 
294 962 



6 644 
428 699 
150 000 
114 492 

6 211 
708 016 



DRUG COMPOUNDS OF VEGETABLE ORIGIN, NSPF 



136 689 

37 500 

7 635 

12 839 

43 980 

191 300 

12 595 

53 567 

84 114 



371 


• 91 


211 


095 


909 


579 


113 


736 


087 


747 


306 


676 


201 


462 


979 


574 


223 


787 


46 


029 


46 


667 


96 


15i 




350 


601 


349 


LLY 


MIX! 


6 


644 


428 


699 


150 


000 


114 


492 


6 


211 


706 


046 


IN, 


NSP 


141 


951 


37 


500 


7 


635 


12 


839 


48 


981 


153 


413 


12 


595 


53 


587 


84 


114 



371 537 


1 440 


677 


211 626 


333 


020 


911 692 


210 


100 


115 318 


36 


7«9 


090 465 


32 


500 


312 920 


10 651 


350 


205 179 


467 


562 


963 865 


829 


4 30 


225 966 


521 


300 


48 500 


12 


211 


47 277 


11 


762 


96 509 


35 


2SC 


363 




- 


623 661 


1- 561 


931 


6 762 




248 


429 180 


162 


991 


150 217 


3 


06C 


115 469 


100 


000 


6 168 


27 




710 096 


294 


9*2 


141 951 






41 376 




- 


7 879 




- 


13 300 




- 


56 97£ 




. 


153 910 




. 


15 348 




- 


54 611 




- 


87 029 




- 



7 




135 


255 


265 


315 


72 


312 


506 


761 


604 


504 


5--0 


611 




764 




271 


313 


263 


468 


616 


6 




477 


590 


10 


600 


124 


066 


134 


666 




265 


306 


265 


567 


623 


101 


266 


672 


671 


17 


916 


7 


• 7* 


567 


172 


6 


• 07 


47 


197 


39 


17« 


1 


315 


96 


093 


371 


• 11 




095 


909 


579 


113 


736 


067 


747 


306 


676 


204 


462 


015 


299 


223 


621 


• 8 


029 


46 


667 


98 


411 






637 


085 


8 




428 


6"«9 


150 


000 


114 


492 


6 


211 


708 


:-; 


136 


689 


37 


500 


7 


635 


12 


839 


• 8 


960 


191 


300 


12 


595 


53 


587 


84 


114 



7 


240 


135 


• 50 


265 


910 


1A0Z) 




72 


312 


506 


761 


»0« 


50« 


570 


HI 


131 


78« 


427 


271 


2 313 


263 


(AOZ) 




• 66 


616 


8 


772 


• 77 


590 


1 LB 




10 


600 


124 


066 


13« 


666 


(AOZ 






269 


306 


269 


(L8 






312 


101 


266 


872 


671 


17 


916 


6 


700 


1 990 


087 


6 


• 07 


• 5 


995 


39 


17« 


1 


063 


M 


639 


(**"> 


371 


491 


211 


099 


909 


979 


113 


736 


1 067 


747 


306 


676 


104 


•62 


979 


974 


223 


787 


46 


.< 1 


46 


667 


96 


19« 




KM 


- ' . 


3*9 


(6R«) 


e 


644 


428 


699 


150 


:'. r . 


114 


•*. 


6 


211 


706 


046 


.-. 




37 


500 


7 


635 


12 


w 


48 


961 


153 




12 


595 


53 


567 


64 


:. - 



7 


456 


139 


• 90 


272 


3 36 


72 


V41 


513 


321 


611 


196 


577 


666 


134 


• 00 


43* 


637 


2 3«« 


141 


• 70 


006 


10 


296 


460 


264 


10 


637 


12* 


376 


135 


M9 


309 


663 


309 


663 


617 


696 


102 


291 


87« 


926 


16 


1C6 


7 


041 


1 619 


962 


6 


672 


46 


329 


42 




1 


193 


98 


237 


371 


537 


211 


626 


911 


692 


115 


316 


1 090 


• 89 


312 


920 


205 


179 


963 


665 


225 


966 


• 8 


500 


47 


277 


96 


509 




363 


4 623 


661 


6 


762 


429 


180 


150 


217 


115 




6 


468 


710 


096 


141 


951 


41 


376 


7 


879 


13 


300 


56 


975 


UJ 


910 


15 


346 


54 


614 


87 


029 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-93 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 





- 


258 


529 


258 


529 


263 


356 




- 


258 


529 


258 


529 


263 356 




- 


28 


562 


28 


562 


29 


087 




- 


28 


562 


28 


562 


29 Q87 




- 


32 


478 


32 


478 


34 


230 




- 


32 


478 


32 


478 


34 230 




- 


6 


288 


6 


288 


7 


175 




- 


6 


288 


6 


288 


7 175 




- 


19 


951 


19 


951 


21 


510 




- 


19 


951 


19 


951 


21 510 




- 


3 


136 


3 


136 


3 


426 




- 


3 


136 


3 


136 


3 426 




- 


934 


183 


901 


559 


931 


166 




- 


934 


183 


901 


559 


931 166 


5416710 


DRUGS, NATURAL/ ADVANCED/ 


ANIMAL ORIGIN 














(LB 








12 035 


14 


130 


14 


130 


15 


012 


12 


035 


14 


130 


14 


130 


15 012 




64 595 


256 


666 


256 


666 


270 


198 


64 


595 


256 


666 


256 


666 


270 198 




34 676 


21 


113 


21 


113 


24 


531 


34 


676 


21 


113 


21 


113 


24 531 




87 176 


81 


721 


81 


721 


91 


851 


87 


176 


81 


721 


81 


721 


91 851 




132 


5 


410 


5 


410 


5 


702 




132 


5 


410 


5 


410 


5 702 




356 


37 


390 


37 


390 


38 


980 




356 


37 


390 


37 


390 


38 980 




8 275 


37 


425 


37 


425 


37 


760 


8 


275 


37 


425 


37 


425 


37 760 




2 314 


3 


488 


3 


488 


3 


758 


2 


314 


3 


488 


3 


488 


3 758 




209 559 


457 


343 


457 


343 


487 


792 


209 


559 


457 


343 


457 


343 


487 792 


5416730 


VIRUSES, SERUMS, TOXINS, AND BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS/ ETC 


















_ 


44 


937 


45 


068 


45 


474 




- 


44 


937 


45 


068 


45 474 




- 


7 


370 


7 


370 


7 


557 




- 


7 


370 


7 


370 


7 557 




- 


9 


669 


9 


669 


9 


877 




- 


9 


669 


9 


669 


9 877 




- 


21 


510 


21 


510 


22 


361 




- 


21 


510 


21 


510 


22 361 




- 


108 


249 


108 


249 


115 


057 




- 


108 


249 


108 


249 


115 057 




- 


580 


450 


580 


450 


591 


258 




- 


580 


450 


580 


450 


591 258 




- 


13 


997 


13 


997 


14 


106 




- 


13 


997 


13 


997 


14 106 




- 


29 


512 


29 


512 


31 


654 




- 


29 


512 


29 


512 


31 654 




- 


9 


499 


9 


499 


10 


297 




- 


9 


499 


9 


499 


10 297 




- 


825 


193 


825 


324 


847 


641 




- 


825 


193 


825 


324 


847 641 


5417020 


VITAMINS, IN 


PILL, TABLET; 


TROCHE, AND OTHER 


DOSAGE FORMS 


















_ 


17 


369 


17 


369 


18 


103 




- 


17 


369 


17 


369 


18 103 




- 




410 




410 




460 




- 




410 




410 


460 




- 


17 


779 


17 


779 


18 


563 




- 


17 


779 


17 


779 


18 563 


5417040 


DRUGS AND RELATED PRODUCTS/ NSPF, INCLUDING 


MINERAL OIL AND 


SALTS; 


ETC, 


FOR MEDICINAL 


PURP 








_ 


60 


345 


60 


345 


61 


139 




- 


60 


345 


60 


345 


61 139 




- 


7 


118 


6 


614 


7 


525 




- 


7 


118 


6 


614 


7 525 




- 


18 


567 


18 


567 


20 


980 




- 


18 


567 


18 


567 


20 980 




- 


245 


427 


245 


088 


258 


213 




- 


245 


427 


245 


088 


258 213 




- 


1 600 


851 


1 594 


567 


1 704 


047 




- 


1 600 


851 


1 594 


567 


1 704 047 




- 


139 


602 


139 


062 


142 


862 




- 


139 


602 


139 


062 


142 862 




- 


59 


722 


59 


722 


60 


821 




- 


59 


722 


59 


722 


60 821 


SPAIN 


- 


5 


867 


5 


867 


6 


415 




- 


5 


867 


5 


867 


6 415 




- 


1 597 


526 


1 597 


526 


1 611 


068 




- 


1 597 


526 


1 597 


526 


1 611 068 




- 


29 


753 


29 


753 


30 


287 




- 


29 


753 


29 


753 


30 287 




- 


22 


014 


22 


014 


25 


458 




- 


22 


014 


22 


014 


25 458 


K0R REP 


- 


150 


138 


150 


138 


157 


437 




- 


150 


138 


150 


138 


157 437 




. 


5 


650 


5 


650 


6 


305 




- 


5 


650 


5 


650 


6 305 




- 


7 


443 


7 


443 


7 


550 




- 


7 


443 


7 


443 


7 550 




- 


25 


721 


25 


518 


28 


891 




- 


25 


721 


25 


518 


28 891 




- 


6 


904 


6 


904 


7 


900 




- 


6 


904 


6 


904 


7 900 




- 


3 982 


648 


3 974 


778 


4 136 


898 




- 


3 982 


648 


3 974 


778 


4 136 898 


5418000 


DRUGS, NSPF 






















(LB 


1 






16 935 


122 


230 


116 


663 


119 


495 


16 


935 


122 


230 


116 


663 


119 495 




19 209 


29 


740 


29 


740 


29 


971 


19 


209 


29 


740 


29 


740 


29 971 




2 578 


937 


170 


937 


170 


938 


947 


2 


578 


937 


170 


937 


170 


938 947 




33 067 


6 


300 


6 


300 


6 


968 


33 


067 


6 


300 


6 


300 


6 968 


F W IND,.... 


132 164 


67 


404 


67 


404 


73 


360 


132 


164 


67 


404 


67 


404 


73 360 


CHILE 


33 069 


16 


385 


16 


385 


18 


082 


33 


069 


16 


385 


16 


385 


18 082 




12 681 


69 


692 


69 


692 


70 


611 


12 


681 


69 


692 


69 


692 


70 611 




50 


48 


767 


48 


767 


49 


267 




50 


48 


767 


48 


767 


49 267 


SWEDEN.. 


23 714 


258 


260 


258 


260 


263 


714 


23 


714 


258 


260 


258 


260 


263 714 




441 


32 


859 


32 


859 


33 


506 




441 


32 


859 


32 


859 


33 506 




2 205 


5 


882 


5 


882 


5 


990 


2 


205 


5 


882 


5 


882 


5 990 




29 477 


306 


515 


306 


515 


315 


596 


29 


477 


306 


515 


306 


515 


315 596 




6 584 


10 


326 


10 


326 


11 


046 


6 


584 


10 


326 


10 


326 


11 046 




113 277 


248 


470 


248 


354 


260 


573 


113 


277 


248 


470 


248 


354 


260 573 


FR GERM 


131 113 


416 


350 


416 


456 


429 


106 


131 


113 


416 


350 


416 


456 


429 106 




9 016 


5 


563 


5 


563 


7 


006 


9 


016 


5 


563 


5 


563 


7 006 




3 883 


353 


418 


353 


422 


356 


804 


3 


883 


353 


418 


353 


422 


356 804 




4 952 


6 


021 


6 


026 


6 


534 


4 


952 


' 6 


021 


6 


026 


6 534 




15 433 


21 


984 


21 


984 


24 


000 


15 


433 


. 21 


984 


21 


984 


24 000 




4 918 


99 


871 


99 


871 


102 


064 


4 


918 


99 


871 


99 


871 


102 064 




17 146 


14 


515 


14 


515 


17 


218 


17 


146 


14 


515 


14 


515 


17 218 




23 151 


14 


580 


14 


580 


16 


851 


23 


151 


14 


580 


14 


580 


16 851 




108 996 


42 


415 


42 


415 


52 


062 


108 


996 


42 


415 


42 


415 


52 062 




9 171 


9 


425 


9 


425 


10 


477 


9 


171 


9 


425 


9 


425 


10 477 



2-94 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(Set "Explanation o< Sntuiia" loi inlornimon on covtiaoi. dm ol importation, dttmitiom ol Cuiioto. i tj »nc I I .» •: I :n ot ttnji mi tht dm .OTM CTY lomei counttatl .and otiwi dt'.n.t.om and Imvi 
ol ihi import monia Shipm.no, valued lr» tnan CSI em inown only undti Sd>K)uH A commodity numbei 990 0000 end excluded tiom •* oftei am>o*i« I 



Schedule A coeaeodlty number, description and unit of qu« 





I urrcnl mould 


(umuUIlK, linuin ■>■ J.lr 


Country 
of 


Not 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


quantity 




origin 


GUI Urn 


r.«... 


C.l.f. 


lota 


» . 





CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

EGYPT 

CAMRO0N 

IVY CST 

NIGERIA 

OTh CTY 

TOTAL 

5119100 

CANADA 

U KING 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5119900 

FR GERM 

SulTZLD 

ISRAEL 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5511025 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SKITZLD 

SPAIN 

GREECE 

INDIA 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA 

JAPAN 

REP SAF 

OTM CTY 

TOTAL 

5511035 

SALVAQR 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERH 

SWITZLD 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5511060 

ARGENT 

FRANCE 

AUSTRIA 

ITALY 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5520005 

CANADA 

FRANCE 

SUflTZLD 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

EGYPT 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5520010 

BRAZIL 

ITALY 



37 815 

2 201 

13 775 

11 166 

16 357 

6 818 

110 230 

1 079 871 
121 253 

10 569 

2 195 338 



175 151 

50 800 

53 515 

28 630 

231 637 

6 976 

11 100 

138 163 

31 523 

9 130 

211 370 



175 295 
50 800 
53 532 

28 630 

231 637 

6 976 

11 100 

138 163 

31 523 

9 150 

208 680 



163 V26 

51 101 

55 517 

32 189 

211 866 

7 135 

18 890 

5H 576 

13 373 

. .-' 

Ill 621 



BANOAGES. ETC, COATED OR IMPREGNATED l-ITM ME01CINALS 



85 811 

1 051 

2 961 
2 339 

92 195 



5 801 

19 601 

5 930 

210 381 



pharmaceutical goods/ -.s^ 

293 101 

5 816 

30 723 

92 901 

6 607 
129 181 



179 101 

5 801 

19 60« 

5 930 

210 712 



293 151 

5 616 

30 722 
92 901 

6 607 
129 530 



179 101 

6 136 

21 358 

6 360 

213 256 



301 226 

6 121 

31 731 

93 6ii 

6 912 

112 665 



37 


615 


2 


201 


13 


775 


11 


166 


«6 


357 


6 


6l8 


110 


230 


1 079 


671 


121 


253 


10 


569 


2 195 


338 


89 


611 


1 


05« 


2 


961 


2 


33« 


92 


195 



flavoring extracts, fruit flavors, etc, nspf, not contusing alcohol 



3 


168 


1 


101 




800 




738 


17 


516 


5 


568 


1 


121 


8 


025 


13 


562 




66 


6 


752 


10 


053 


2 


632 


10 


292 


20 


825 


8 


591 


111 


166 


TIFICIA 


5 


000 


16 


110 


9 


729 


28 


191 


31 


501 


16 


300 


17 


330 


3 


889 


131 


380 



12 672 
19 226 

8 090 

5 377 

172 716 

19 655 
50 697 

127 690 
733 123 

5 926 
16 901 

13 671 

20 815 
69 616 
11 828 

6 180 
1 107 715 



12 916 
19 226 

6 090 

5 377 

172 716 

19 691 
50 697 

127 690 
733 123 

5 926 
16 151 

13 671 

20 617 
69 616 
11 828 

6 160 
107 275 



19 661 
6 136 

5 819 
176 113 

52 061 

53 139 
131 701 
739 655 

6 000 
18 333 
»6 355 

21 937 
9i 226 
15 92* 

7 130 
1 H3 216 



ARTIFICIAL MIXTURES OF AROMATIC OR ODORIFEROUS SUBSTANCES, 10» OR LESS ALCOHOL 



31 170 

15 281 

21 960 

931 590 

173 338 

129 231 

220 827 

9 528 

1 865 925 



31 170 
15 261 

21 960 
921 657 
173 163 
129 231 
220 827 
9 611 
859 200 



31 963 

i8 761 

29 62C 

950 075 

178 625 

113 953 

229 752 

10 611 

1 923 793 



3 


166 


1 


101 




600 




736 


17 


916 


5 


568 


1 


•?• 


6 


025 


13 


562 




66 


6 


752 


10 


053 


2 


632 


10 


292 


20 


6 2 5 


6 


591 


:-« 


166 


OR 


LES 


5 


000 


16 


110 


9 


729 


26 


191 


31 


501 


16 


300 


17 


330 


3 


889 


131 


360 



175 151 

50 800 
53 515 
26 630 

231 637 

6 976 

11 100 

•SI |6] 

31 523 

9 130 

211 370 



179 016 

5 601 

19 601 

5 930 

210 361 



293 101 
5 816 

30 723 

92 901 

129 161 



12 67J 
19 226 

6 090 

5 377 

172 718 

19 655 
50 897 

127 690 

5 926 
It N| 

13 671 

20 6«5 
89 616 
11 626 

6 160 
107 715 



flavoring extracts, aromatic and odoriferous substances, nspf 



32 782 

173 510 

28 215 

11 211 

9 913 

1 791 

590 158 



32 781 

173 512 

28 215 

11 211 

9 913 

5 191 

590 859 



35 557 

177 100 

29 355 

11 160 

10 721 

5 565 

602 ise 



31 170 

H ZSJ 

21 960 

931 590 

173 338 

129 231 

220 827 

9 526 

865 925 



32 782 

173 510 
26 215 
11 <.- 

9 913 
1 791 

590 158 



ENFLEURAGE greases, floral essences and concretes, etc, containing NO ALCOHOL 



2 000 

13 100 

287 

1 323 

1 

110 

26 

17 150 

OIL, BERGAMOT 

926 

1 099 



11 000 

081 370 

5 609 

16 795 

5 002 

10 588 

2 015 

168 379 



6 261 
62 192 



11 021 

030 370 

5 609 

16 795 

5 002 

10 588 

2 015 

111 103 



6 261 
62 192 



11 021 

1 0<»6 109 

5 811 

17 028 

5 778 

11 039 

2 016 

1 132 136 



6 132 
63 670 



2 000 

13 100 

287 

1 323 

1 

HO 

26 

17 150 



926 

1 099 



. - 

081 370 

5 609 

16 795 

5 002 

10 586 

2 015 

168 379 



6 261 
62 192 



175 


295 


50 


600 


53 


53x 


26 


630 


231 


637 


6 


976 


«1 


100 


136 


163 


31 


523 


9 


150 


1 206 


660 


(LSI 




179 


• 01 


5 


601 


19 


601 


5 


930 


210 


712 


293 


151 


9 


616 


30 


7J2 


92 


901 


6 


607 


129 


530 


(l6 




12 


916 


19 


226 


6 


090 


5 


377 


172 


716 


19 


691 


50 


8V7 


127 


6*0 


733 




5 


926 


16 


151 


13 


671 


20 


617 


69 


616 


11 


828 


6 


160 


1 107 


275 


<L8> 


31 


170 


69 


261 


24 


H€ 




657 


173 


163 


129 


231 


220 




9 




1 659 


200 


32 


761 


173 


512 


26 


215 


11 


211 


9 


913 


5 


;•.- 


590 


659 


[LSI 


11 


021 


. OX 


370 


5 


609 


16 


795 


5 


002 


10 


Ml 


2 


015 


1 111 


103 


(LSI 


6 


261 


62 


192 



183 


926 


51 


401 


55 


947 


32 


169 


211 


686 


7 


4 35 


16 


890 


511 


576 


13 


373 


10 


146 


1 ill 


621 


179 


101 


6 


136 


21 


356 


6 


360 


213 


256 


304 


226 


6 


121 


31 


731 


93 


615 


6 


942 


442 


665 


12 


946 


19 


661 


6 


136 


5 


649 


176 


443 


52 


061 


53 


139 


134 


701 


• 


659 


6 


000 


46 


333 


46 


399 


21 


.37 


94 


226 


15 


924 


7 


430 


1 443 


216 


31 


963 


46 


761 


29 


620 


950 


079 


176 


629 


443 


993 


229 


792 


10 


t«i 


1 923 


793 


35 


997 


477 


100 


29 


399 


44 


160 


10 


721 


5 


969 


602 


498 


14 


024 


1 046 


409 


5 


614 


17 


026 


5 


778 


41 


039 


2 


046 


1 132 


136 


6 


432 


63 


670 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-95 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 











Schedule A commodity number, descr 


tption 


and unit of 


quantity 














Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 






Value (dollars) 






Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


quantitj 


r 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 






122 


2 


341 


2 


341 


2 


415 




122 


2 


341 


2 


341 


2 


415 




5 


147 


70 


797 


70 


797 


72 


517 


5 


147 


70 


797 


70 


797 


72 


517 


5520020 


OIL, CITRONELLA 




















(LB] 










4 


400 


7 


591 


7 


591 


7 


848 


4 


400 


7 


591 


7 


591 


7 


848 




4 


480 


6 


064 


6 


064 


6 


644 


4 


480 


6 


064 


6 


064 


6 


644 




7 


496 


12 


744 


12 


744 


13 


850 


7 


496 


12 


744 


12 


744 


13 


850 




22 


222 


41 


106 


41 


106 


43 


466 


22 


222 


41 


106 


41 


106 


43 


466 




102 


205 


234 


358 


234 


358 


243 


714 


102 


205 


234 


358 


234 


358 


243 


714 




140 


803 


301 


863 


301 


863 


315 


522 


140 


803 


301 


863 


301 


863 


315 


522 


5520025 


OIL, GERANIUM 




















(LB] 










2 


205 


85 


212 


85 


212 


87 


795 


2 


205 


85 


212 


85 


212 


87 


795 




2 


205 


43 


794 


43 


794 


44 


203 


2 


205 


43 


794 


43 


794 


44 


203 






331 


7 


165 


7 


165 


7 


501 




331 


7 


165 


7 


165 


7 


501 




3 


306 


121 


138 


121 


138 


125 


681 


3 


3o6 


121 


138 


121 


138 


125 


681 




8 


047 


257 


309 


257 


309 


265 


180 


8 


047 


257 


309 


257 


309 


265 


160 


5520030 


OILS, 


LAVENDER AND SPIKE 


LAVENDER 
















(LB] 










9 


636 


158 


557 


158 


557 


162 


225 


9 


636 


158 


557 


158 


557 


162 


225 




24 


250 


263 


883 


263 


883 


269 


948 


24 


250 


263 


883 


263 


863 


269 


948 




33 


886 


422 


440 


422 


440 


432 


173 


33 


886 


422 


440 


422 


440 


432 


173 


5520035 


OIL, LEMON 






















(LB 










11 


188 


35 


443 


45 


443 


47 


238 


11 


188 


35 


443 


45 


443 


47 


238 




29 


874 


150 


250 


150 


250 


156 


637 


29 


874 


150 


250 


150 


250 


156 


637 






75 


17 


823 


17 


823 


18 


140 




75 


17 


823 


17 


823 


18 


140 




4 


409 


19 


535 


19 


535 


21 


0«8 


4 


4o9 


19 


535 


19 


535 


21 


048 




4 


082 


42 


756 


42 


756 


44 


071 


4 


082 


42 


756 


42 


756 


44 


071 






1 




328 




328 




329 




1 




328 




328 




329 




49 


629 


266 


135 


276 


135 


287 


463 


49 


629 


266 


135 


276 


135 


287 


463 


5520040 


OIL, LIME 






















(LB 










78 


369 


804 


584 


804 


584 


608 


114 


78 


369 


804 


584 


604 


564 


808 


114 




4 


000 


34 


613 


34 


613 


34 


800 


4 


000 


34 


613 


34 


613 


34 


800 




3 


968 


26 


737 


28 


737 


29 


160 


3 


966 


28 


737 


28 


737 


29 


160 




4 


004 


29 


734 


29 


734 


30 


685 


4 


004 


29 


734 


29 


734 


30 


685 




1 


043 


e 


260 


8 


260 


8 


436 


1 


043 


6 


260 


8 


260 


8 


436 




1 


521 


12 


603 


12 


603 


12 


901 


1 


521 


12 


603 


12 


603 


12 


901 






74 


3 


286 


3 


286 


3 


423 




74 


3 


286 


3 


286 


3 


423 




92 


979 


921 


817 


921 


817 


927 


519 


92 


979 


921 


817 


921 


817 


927 


519 


5520050 


OIL, LIGNALOE OR DE ROSE 


















(LB 










36 


HI 


174 


660 


174 


660 


189 


982 


36 


HI 


174 


660 


174 


660 


189 


982 




36 


HI 


174 


660 


174 


660 


189 


982 


36 


111 


174 


660 


174 


660 


189 


982 


5520055 


OIL, PETTIGRAIN 




















(LB 










5 


952 


23 


189 


23 


189 


24 


265 


5 


952 


23 


189 


23 


189 


24 


265 




42 


130 


172 


097 


172 


097 


180 


615 


42 


130 


172 


097 


172 


097 


160 


615 






220 


5 


883 


5 


883 


6 


348 




220 


5 


883 


5 


683 


6 


346 






358 


8 


949 


8 


949 


9 


290 




358 


8 


949 


6 


949 


9 


290 




48 


660 


210 


118 


210 


118 


220 


518 


48 


660 


210 


118 


210 


118 


220 


518 


5520060 


OIL, ROSE, 


OR ATTAR OF ROSES 
















(OZ 










1 


004 


70 


897 


70 


897 


71 


816 


1 


004 


70 


897 


70 


897 


71 


816 






352 


23 


680 


23 


660 


23 


775 




352 


23 


680 


23 


680 


23 


775 






64 


5 


788 


5 


788 


5 


877 




64 


5 


788 


5 


788 


5 


877 






67 


2 


336 


2 


336 


2 


381 




67 


2 


336 


2 


336 


2 


381 




1 


487 


102 


701 


102 


701 


103 


849 


1 


487 


102 


701 


102 


701 


103 


849 


5520065 


OIL, SANDALWOOD 




















(LB 












242 


13 


186 


13 


186 


13 


398 




242 


13 


186 


13 


166 


13 


398 




4 


630 


248 


561 


248 


561 


254 


528 


4 


630 


246 


561 


248 


561 


254 


528 






661 


31 


055 


31 


055 


31 


343 




661 


31 


055 


31 


055 


31 


343 




5 


533 


292 


802 


292 


802 


299 


269 


5 


533 


292 


602 


292 


802 


299 


269 


5520070 


OIL, 


■WTMEG 




















(LB 










50 


en 


416 


690 


416 


890 


428 


574 


50 


811 


416 


890 


416 


890 


426 


574 




50 


811 


416 


890 


416 


890 


426 


574 


50 


811 


416 


890 


416 


890 


428 


574 


5520075 


OIL, 


,ETIVERT 




















(LB 










U 


256 


346 


685 


346 


685 


349 


836 


11 


236 


346 


665 


346 


685 


349 


836 




1 


000 


47 


586 


47 


586 


48 


471 


1 


000 


47 


586 


47 


586 


48 


471 




7 


000 


152 


540 


132 


540 


154 


723 


7 


000 


152 


540 


152 


540 


154 


723 




19 


256 


546 


811 


546 


811 


553 


030 


19 


236 


546 


811 


346 


811 


553 


030 



2-96 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. Fas., and C if. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation ol Statistics" lor informition on eovataoe. due of importation, delm.nonj of Cuttomi. I 4.1 and . m of atnji m tha dale C' T o«ti«l ana othet ditnMiMind <teii»ea 

ol Die import itatima. Shipment! valued its then S2SI an (hewn only undei Schedule A commodity numtm ?90 0000 w excluded tiom Mi oftr caenmodrtan I 











Schedule A COM" 




1 ! of qu»f. ' 




ntnl munlh 




Country 
of 






(dollar.) 








■ 




orlKln 


quantity 




Cuatoma 






. 1 — 










5520080 


OILS/ 


DISTILLED OR ESSENTIAL* NSPFe INCLUDING TEAPENELESS 






(LB) 






3 


075 


26 


8?? 


26 898 


26 


696 


3 075 


26 


622 


26 696 


26 696 






•- 


22 


000 


22 000 


22 


266 


Ml 


22 


000 


22 000 


22 266 


GUATMAL 


28 


133 


107 


?4? 


107 242 


109 


220 


28 133 


. 


242 


107 242 


109 220 


JAMAICA 


11 


619 


150 


395 


150 395 


154 


123 


11 659 


ISO 


395 


150 395 


154 123 




1" 


787 


73 


565 


73 565 


76 




.- ■'67 


73 


565 


7 3 565 


76 374 


DOM REP 


9 


149 


67 


717 


67 717 


69 


170 


9 149 


67 


717 


. 


69 170 


L* KH I 


q 


64? 


39 


0*9 


39 049 


40 


326 


- M2 


39 


049 


39 049 


40 326 




1 474 


884 


467 


435 


467 435 


539 




- 664 


467 


435 


4* 


539 742 




11 


0?3 


22 


250 


22 250 




261 


11 023 


22 


250 


ii 250 


24 261 






67? 


78 


306 


76 306 


79 


491 


672 


76 


' ' 


76 306 


79 491 


NETHLOS 


1 


997 


113 


598 


113 596 


US 


150 


1 997 


113 


596 


11 J 596 


115 150 




216 


006 


1 720 


102 


1 720 110 


1 766 


076 


216 006 


1 720 




1 720 110 


1 766 076 




2 


16' 


31 


258 


31 258 


33 


516 


2 163 




256 


31 256 


33 516 




2 


878 


33 


876 


33 676 


M 


639 


2 676 




676 


33 676 


34 839 




17 


858 


29 


610 


29 610 


35 


104 


-56 


29 


610 




35 104 




6 


878 


155 


106 


155 106 


lie 


316 


6 676 




106 


155 106 


156 316 




7 


165 


70 


777 


70 777 


73 


159 


7 165 


70 


777 


70 777 


73 ISO 




7 


870 


96 


816 


96 616 


99 


626 


7 670 


96 


616 


96 616 


99 628 




2 


261 


6 


073 


6 073 


6 


426 


2 261 


6 


073 


6 073 


6 4?6 




- 


761 


25 


868 


25 666 




074 


- '61 


25 


666 


25 666 


27 074 




IS" 


926 


636 


312 


635 112 


■ 


216 


«26 


636 


312 


635 112 


660 216 




106 


494 


"19 


227 


•19 227 


433 


616 


106 -.- 


419 


227 


4: • 


433 616 




5 


291 


164 


662 


164 662 


166 


069 


5 291 


164 


662 


- 66? 


166 069 




16 


760 


168 


951 


166 951 


169 


77 5 


16 760 


166 




104 


169 775 




2 


9?3 


11 


547 


11 690 


12 


955 


2 923 


II 


547 


11 690 




M0R0C 


22 


952 


111 


800 


111 600 


116 


469 


22 952 


HI 


600 


111 600 


116 469 






"07 


17 


697 


17 697 


16 


346 


4 7 


17 


697 


17 697 


16 346 




331 


"22 


1 007 




1 009 356 


1 071 




331 422 


1 007 




1 0. • 


1 071 130 




18 


984 


14 


333 


14 333 


16 


401 


16 984 


14 






16 401 




2 


933 


11 


057 


11 057 




763 


2 933 


11 


057 


11 057 


11 763 




2 -491 


39" 


5 900 


593 


5 901 634 


6 172 


305 


2 491 394 


5 900 


5«3 


5 901 634 


6 172 305 


552008! 


PERFUMES/ 


COLOGNES AND TOILET HATERS 












(LB) 








720 


15 


171 


15 171 


16 


427 


720 


15 


171 


15 171 


16 427 




2 


499 


16 


582 


16 714 


17 




2 499 


16 


562 


. 


17 947 






47 


10 


469 


10 469 


10 


960 




10 


469 


10 469 


10 960 


FRANCE 


173 


"60 


3 917 


159 


3 919 514 


4 09C 


416 


173 -■ 




159 


L« 514 


4 0'. 






270 


5 


013 


5 013 


5 




270 


5 


013 


5 013 


5 574 


SPAIN 


- 


399 


27 


677 


27 699 


29 


397 


- !99 


27 


677 


27 699 


29 397 




2 




26 


'-} 


26 015 


30 


053 


2 ».-- 


26 


093 


26 015 


• J 




1 


037 


13 


38* 


13 364 


13 




1 037 


' 


364 


13 364 


13 825 




1 


059 


10 


018 


10 027 


10 


659 


. 59 


10 


016 


10 027 


10 659 




186 


135 


4 0*3 


566 


4 046 006 




456 


166 135 


4 043 


566 


4 046 006 


4 225 456 


552009( 


) COSMETICS 


AND OTHER 


rOlLET PREPARATIONS, 




ISCEWSE, JOSS STICKS, 












_ 


117 


225 


116 633 


117 


406 


- 




225 


116 633 


111 






- 


"6 


222 


46 222 


50 


657 


- 


• 


222 


46 222 


50 657 






- 


9 


350 


9 350 


9 




- 


9 




9 350 








- 


20 


334 


20 334 


21 


269 


- 


20 


334 


20 334 


21 269 






- 


163 


183 


163 984 


160 


066 


- 


163 


183 


163 964 


160 066 






- 


1 307 


549 


1 306 392 


1 420 


826 


- 


1 3C7 


549 


1 3 


1 420 826 






- 


921 


768 


921 768 


959 


192 


- 


921 


766 


921 766 


959 192 






- 


7 


995 


7 995 


8 




- 


7 




7 995 


6 074 






- 


5 


034 


5 034 


5 


300 


- 


5 


034 


5 034 


5 300 






- 


165 


992 


165 992 


173 


397 


- 


165 


992 


165 992 


173 397 


SPAIN 




- 


123 


436 


123 830 


135 


Wi 


- 


123 




123 830 


13: 






- 


71 


701 


71 617 


81 


206 


- 


71 


701 


71 617 


61 206 






- 


12 


489 


12 380 


13 


785 


- 


12 




12 360 


13 765 






- 


31 


800 


32 444 


37 


240 


- 


31 


600 


32 444 


37 240 






- 


16 


718 


16 718 


19 


125 


- 


16 


716 


16 716 


19 125 






- 


31 


606 


31 706 


36 


099 


- 


31 


606 




36 099 






- 


307 


927 


309 021 


337 


172 


- 


307 


927 


309 021 


337 172 






- 


9 


200 


9 200 


9 


841 


- 


9 


200 


9 200 


Ml 






- 


9 


815 


9 815 


11 


20: 


- 


9 


615 


9 615 


11 202 






- 


24 


979 


23 793 


28 


722 


- 


24 


979 


23 793 


26 722 






- 


3 404 


323 


3 404 228 


3 659 


038 


- 


3 404 


323 


3 4 


3 659 036 


554100 


) SOAPS 


, INCLUDING SOAP POUDERS, BUT NOT 


INCLUDING SYNTHETIC DETERGENTS 






(LB) 






151 


557 


99 


596 


92 110 


103 


336 


154 557 


99 


596 


92 110 


103 336 




91 


081 


116 


898 


116 770 


132 


645 


91 081 


116 


898 


116 770 


132 645 




it 


947 


8 


700 


8 700 


10 


047 


- 947 


8 


700 


6 700 


10 047 




35 


761 


73 


636 


73 301 


79 


269 


35 761 


73 


636 


73 301 


79 269 




32 


636 


56 


923 


56 923 


60 


395 


32 636 


56 


923 


-.-. 922 


60 395 






500 


5 


215 


5 215 


5 


290 


:;: 


5 


215 


5 215 


5 290 




16 


881 


34 


337 


34 337 


37 


320 


16 881 


34 


337 


34 337 


37 320 




110 


003 


216 


056 


217 350 


238 


417 


110 003 


216 


056 


217 350 


236 417 




28 


638 


7 


018 


7 018 


8 


165 


28 638 


7 


::* 


7 018 


8 165 




2 


869 


8 


017 


8 017 


9 


620 


2 869 


6 


017 


8 017 


9 620 




37 


170 


25 


725 


25 776 


29 


391 


37 170 


25 


725 


25 776 


29 391 




206 


374 


152 


836 


161 836 


180 


911 


206 374 


152 


636 


161 836 


180 *11 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-97 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity number, descri 


ptior 


and unit of 


quantity 
















Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 






Value 


(doll 


ars ) 












Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F. 


a. s. 




c. 


i.f. 




quantity 




Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


.f. 




7 775 


11 951 




11 


951 




13 


725 


7 


775 




11 


951 


11 


951 




13 725 




3 865 


8 690 




8 


700 




9 


738 


3 


865 




8 


690 


8 


700 




9 738 




16 356 


13 600 




13 


603 




15 


431 


16 


356 




13 


600 


13 


603 




15 431 




749 "13 


839 198 




841 


607 




933 


700 


749 


413 




839 


198 


841 


607 




933 700 


554200C 


surface-active agents and hashing preparations 
















(LB 










4 130 210 


743 078 




737 


521 




769 


376 


4 130 


210 




743 


078 


737 


521 




769 376 




381 298 


94 153 




94 


153 




94 


153 


381 


298 




94 


153 


94 


153 




94 153 




5 622 


16 514 




16 


514 




16 


830 


5 


622 




16 


514 


16 


514 




16 830 




93 055 


53 031 




53 


031 




58 


391 


93 


055 




53 


031 


53 


031 




58 391 




169 523 


87 804 




87 


804 




97 


670 


169 


5?3 




87 


804 


87 


804 




97 670 




649 972 


342 675 




342 


675 




371 


586 


649 


972 




342 


675 


342 


675 




371 586 




65 993 


65 143 




65 


143 




69 


963 


65 


993 




65 


143 


65 


143 




69 963 




10 670 


23 327 




23 


327 




31 


482 


10 


670 




23 


327 


23 


327 




31 482 




127 160 


143 460 




145 


115 




158 


674 


127 


160 




143 


460 


145 


115 




158 674 




753 383 


889 164 




817 


444 




870 


989 


753 


383 




889 


164 


817 


444 




870 989 




25 295 


52 872 




52 


904 




56 


194 


25 


295 




52 


872 


52 


904 




56 194 




76 589 


31 226 




31 


246 




41 


070 


76 


589 




31 


226 


31 


246 




41 070 




7 231 


61 056 




61 


056 




61 


542 


7 


231 




61 


056 


61 


056 




61 542 




2 636 555 


1 084 635 


1 


075 


768 


1 


168 


208 


2 636 


555 


1 


084 


635 


1 075 


768 


1 


168 208 




14 275 


4 479 




4 


479 




6 


276 


14 


275 




4 


479 


4 


479 




6 276 




9 146 831 


3 692 617 


3 


608 


180 


3 


872 


404 


9 146 


831 


3 


692 


617 


3 608 


180 


3 


872 404 


554300C 


CREAMS/ LIQUIDS, ETC, FOF 


CLEANING AND POLISHING, 


N CONTAINERS HOLDING NOT OVER 


10 


.B EA 










_ 


143 083 




1*1 


216 




144 


646 




_ 




143 


083 


141 


216 




144 646 




- 


7 271 




7 


271 




7 


837 




- 




7 


271 


7 


271 




7 837 




- 


101 025 




71 


757 




78 


945 




- 




101 


025 


71 


757 




78 945 




- 


30 560 




30 


867 




30 


867 




- 




30 


560 


30 


867 




30 867 




- 


17 300 




17 


300 




18 


207 




- 




17 


300 


17 


300 




18 207 




- 


31 824 




31 


824 




36 


899 




- 




31 


824 


31 


824 




36 899 




- 


14 228 




14 


228 




16 


833 




- 




14 


228 


14 


226 




16 833 




- 


54 446 




54 


502 




59 


572 




- 




54 


446 


54 


502 




59 572 




- 


6 760 




6 


760 




7 


432 




- 




6 


760 


6 


760 




7 432 




- 


406 497 




375 


725 




401 


238 




- 




406 


497 


375 


725 




401 238 


562114C 


AMMONIUM NITRATE, ALL FORMS 
































_ 


1 886 421 


2 


097 


130 


2 


097 


529 




_ 


1 


886 


421 


2 097 


130 


2 


097 529 




- 


1 886 421 


2 


097 


130 


2 


097 


529 




- 


1 


886 


421 


2 097 


130 


2 


097 529 


562171C 


CALCIUM CYANAMIDE OR LIME 


NITROGEN 




















(STN 










166 


23 1*0 




25 


299 




25 


299 




166 




23 


140 


25 


299 




25 299 




5 


1 602 




1 


602 




2 


457 




5 




1 


602 


1 


602 




2 457 




171 


24 742 




26 


901 




27 


756 




171 




24 


742 


26 


901 




27 756 


5621725 


CALCIUM NITRATE 
























(STN 


) 








19 084 


1 001 254 


1 


001 


254 


1 


260 


342 


19 


084 


1 


001 


254 


1 001 


254 


1 


26C 342 




19 084 


1 001 254 


1 


001 


254 


1 


260 


342 


19 


084 


1 


001 


254 


1 001 


254 


1 


260 342 


562174C 


UREA, NSPF 


























(STN) 








71 336 


7 476 326 


8 


327 


991 


8 


329 


138 


71 


336 


7 


476 


326 


8 327 


991 


8 


329 138 




3 032 


324 550 




324 


550 




363 


219 


3 


032 




324 


550 


324 


550 




363 219 




4 101 


356 746 




356 


746 




410 


895 


4 


101 




356 


746 


356 


746 




410 895 




8 002 


865 955 




865 


955 




932 


619 


8 


002 




865 


955 


865 


955 




932 619 




300 


68 760 




68 


760 




94 


848 




300 




68 


760 


68 


760 




94 848 




86 771 


9 092 337 


9 


944 


002 


10 


130 


719 


86 


771 


9 


092 


337 


9 944 


002 


10 


130 719 


562177C 


AMMONIUM SULFATE, ALL FORMS 
































_ 


1 644 871 


1 


847 


787 


1 


847 


787 




_ 


1 


644 


871 


1 847 


787 


1 


847 787 




- 


130 800 




130 


800 




146 


400 




- 




130 


800 


130 


800 




146 400 




- 


1 775 671 


1 


978 


587 


1 


994 


187 




- 


1 


775 


671 


1 978 


587 


1 


994 187 


562178E 


NITROGEN SOLUTIONS 
























(STN 


1 








2 308 


189 674 




217 


449 




217 


350 


2 


308 




189 


674 


217 


449 




217 350 




2 308 


189 674 




217 


449 




217 


350 


2 


308 




189 


674 


217 


449 




217 350 


562179C 


NITROGENOUS FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS* NSPF 


AND MANURES INCLUDING 


GUANO 


(STN 










62 


7 058 




7 


202 




7 


202 




62 




7 


058 


7 


202 




7 202 




143 


26 974 




27 


054 




38 


857 




143 




26 


974 


27 


054 




38 857 




1 000 


107 000 




107 


000 




120 


000 


1 


000 




107 


000 


107 


000 




120 000 




19 


41 528 




41 


528 




45 


259 




|9 




41 


528 


41 


528 




45 259 




1 550 


358 962 




358 


962 




500 


019 


1 


550 




358 


962 


358 


962 




500 019 




2 774 


541 522 




541 


746 




711 


337 


2 


774 




541 


522 


541 


746 




711 337 


562280C 


1 PHOSPHATIC 


FERTILIZERS AND FERTILIZER MATERIALS 














(STN) 








1 594 


180 702 




197 


192 




197 


192 


1 


594 




180 


702 


197 


192 




197 192 




17 110 


3 026 720 


3 


026 


720 


3 


134 


987 


17 


no 


3 


026 


720 


3 026 


720 


3 


134 987 




18 704 


3 207 422 


3 


223 


912 


3 


332 


179 


18 


704 


3 


207 


422 


3 223 


912 


3 


332 179 



2-98 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(Set "Explifinion ol Suiitliu" lonnlomiiiion on cov»r»oi. d*tf ol imporution. [(»• i touim ol »tn>i mi tht d«t U ~mm) and otnot oVmmi.om tod !«*• 

ol the import iui.ri.a Sh.pmer.tj >»utd its then SiSl tm ihown onl, unati Sdmkilt A commodity numbti 9S0 0000 end tidudod liom ai othtt comowdit.il I 







:lU*!>0 


1 lpt tun 




quantity 












I urrrnt month 
















Country 


quantity 








* 


. I • r» > 






















1 • 




5623100 


POTASSIUM 


CHLORIDE OR MURIATE OF PC 














(STNI 




SPAIN 

ISRAEL 


626 615 

20 

9 755 

6 825 

6i,3 215 


30 396 280 

10 080 
561 710 
39* 620 

31 362 690 


40 051 436 

10 080 

561 710 

620 

. 017 846 


11 


072 

11 
575 

*39 


143 

700 
855 

330 


626 

9 

6 


615 

20 

755 

•25 

2l5 


30 396 280 

10 060 

561 710 

394 620 

Ji 362 690 


«0 051 436 

10 oeo 

561 710 

••« 620 

4i 017 646 


40 072 143 

11 700 
575 955 
439 632 

41 099 330 


562320C 


POTASSIUM 


SULFiTE 
















IITNI 






lie 


29 880 
29 880 


29 880 
29 880 




31 

31 


936 




ue 


2« eeo 

29 eeo 


29 eeo 
29 eeo 


31 936 

31 V36 


562340C 


POTASSIC FERTILIZERS **D 


FERTILIZER MATERIALS 


















10 
10 


1 500 
1 500 


1 550 
1 550 




1 
1 






10 
10 


1 500 

1 500 


1 550 

1 550 


1 550 
1 550 


562900! 


01 AMMONIUM 


PHOSPHATE 
















(5TN) 






14 096 
1« 096 


1 751 365 
• | 365 


267 
• 287 


I 
1 








096 
096 


I 751 365 
1 75: |6« 


.3 267 
.1 267 


1 923 912 
1 923 HI 


562901C 


1 ammonium PHOSPHATES FOR FERTILIZERS/ 














ISTNI 






9 581 

1 035 

10 616 


1 127 607 

110 760 

lg 367 


1 23 

7 60 
. J46 159 


1 

1 


365 


512 
627 
339 


9 
10 


561 
035 

616 


1 127 607 

110 760 

367 


1 237 399 
110 760 
M 159 


1 2- 

12* 627 
1 365 339 


562902C 


) POTASSIUM 


NITRATE-SODIUM 


iTE FERTILIZER 


NIKTUf 












CANADA 

OTH CT> 


132 

17 
149 


10 51* 

3 094 

13 608 


11 01« 
3 09* 

:08 




4 
15 


014 
486 

502 




13? 

17 

1*9 


10 514 
3 09* 
1 606 


11 014 
3 0V4 


11 014 

4 »ee 

15 502 


562903< 


) FERTILIZER 


MATERIALS, 














(STN) 






9 832 

126 

4 769 

q 

160 

7 
11 898 


1 310 587 

33 930 

500 518 

!6 999 

8 «35 

6 052 

1 876 521 


1 296 818 

33 - 

500 518 

16 999 

7 295 

6 052 

1 861 612 


1 

1 


361 

:i 

521 

. 

14 

7 

955 


289 

376 

163 
202 


9 

- 

.- 


632 
126 
769 

- 
160 

7 
698 


1 310 J87 

.30 

500 516 

16 999 

e 435 

6 052 
1 676 521 


1 2V6 616 

33 930 

500 516 

16 999 

1 2V5 

6 052 

1 661 612 


1 361 269 

33 V30 

521 376 

17 790 

7 *-02 
I 955 750 


572110 


) gunpowder 


ANO OTHER SMOKELESS POWDERS 














IUII 






295 073 

30 OOO 

325 073 


553 533 

85 882 

639 «15 


554 828 
85 882 

•- 710 




6-e 


626 
OCO 
828 


295 

30 
325 


073 

000 

073 


553 533 
65 - 


554 626 

65 662 


55* 626 

94 000 
646 626 


572120 


3 Explosive 


SUBSTANCES/ *SPF, INCLUDING THOSE 


DERIVED FROM BENZEnOID Ch£mICalS 


(LB) 






2 069 633 
2 069 633 


1 865 790 
1 865 790 


1 951 106 
1 951 106 


1 
1 


956 
916 


768 
766 


2 069 


633 
633 


1 665 790 
1 665 790 


1 951 106 
1 951 106 


1 956 768 
1 956 768 


572201 


3 BLASTING/ 


MININ6, AND SI 


"Ilap Fuses 














- 






786 

295 

300 

1 383 


20 760 

5 904 

10 800 

■ 


20 815 

5 904 

10 800 

37 519 




20 

9 

10 

37 


815 

961 
700 


1 


788 
295 
300 
383 


20 

5 904 
10 600 
J7 464 


20 615 

5 90* 

10 600 

37 519 


20 815 
5 904 

10 981 
37 700 


572202 


BLASTING AND PERCUSSION 


CAPS 




















- 


24 244 

35 000 

5 757 

212 940 

3 024 

280 965 


2<l 361 

35 000 

5 757 

212 900 

3 021 

281 082 




24 

35 

5 

222 

3 
291 


36: 
COO 
895 

316 
036 




- 


24 c - 
35 000 

5 757 
212 •- 
3 ' 

280 945 


24 361 
35 000 

5 757 
212 940 

3 024 
261 062 


24 361 
35 000 

5 695 
222 464 

3 316 
291 036 


572300 


FIREWORKS 


, FLARES AND OTHER CHEMICAL SIGNALS 












(LB) 






51 52<* 

2 534 

«65 656 

2 055 829 
164 099 
430 684 

40 200 
1 7H3 

3 2:2 269 


73 065 

18 "86 

114 247 

1 592 269 
117 6"2 
<»58 019 
125 508 

6 272 

2 535 5C8 


73 065 

18 486 

114 247 

1 592 269 
147 642 
458 019 
125 503 

5 711 

2 33! 




1 
2 


92 
19 
126 
821 
167 
516 
137 
7 
892 


463 
295 

lie 

825 
824 
833 
006 
913 


51 
2 

-65 

2 055 

430 

40 
1 

3 212 


524 
534 

656 
629 

099 
584 
200 
743 
269 


73 065 

IB 466 

114 2-7 

1 592 269 
141 6*2 
456 019 
125 508 

6 272 

2 535 508 


73 065 

16 466 

114 247 

1 592 269 
147 642 
456 019 
125 508 

6 272 

2 535 506 


92 463 

19 549 

128 295 

1 821 116 
167 625 
516 624 
137 833 

7 006 

2 692 9i3 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-99 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



5884110 

CANADA 

SWEDEN 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884120 

FR GERM 

SWITZLO 

TOTAL 

5881130 

SWEDEN 

U KING 

FRANCE 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884140 

SWEDEN 

FINLAND 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

YUG0SLV 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5884150 

CANADA 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884170 

CANADA 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884180 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884220 

CANADA 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884240 

CANADA 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



ACRYLIC AND METHACRYLIC ACID RESINS 



311 091 

1 958 

41 961 

92 909 

569 

44 

448 532 



164 413 

5 772 
20 864 
42 311 

6 695 
2 000 

244 055 



ACRYLONITRILE RESINS 



3 966 

308 648 
312 614 



8 132 

181 436 
189 568 



167 660 

5 772 

21 169 

42 948 

8 695 

2 000 

248 244 



8 132 
181 436 
189 568 



AMMONIUM ALGINATE AND SODIUM ALGINATE 



35 000 

60 400 

2 646 

2 000 

100 046 



73 604 

99 853 

5 466 

4 218 

183 141 



73 604 

94 740 

5 466 

4 218 

178 028 



CELLULOSE COMPOUNDS (NONPLASTICIZED) AND 



22 266 

23 799 
27 920 

166 282 
760 732 
189 363 

24 792 
152 949 
682 533 

2 050 636 



19 967 

22 402 

127 163 

154 427 

526 565 

187 855 

21 539 

125 369 

570 601 

1 755 888 



POLYAMIDE RESINS, NYLON TYPE 



10 785 

228 396 

46 283 

97 443 

83 151 

24 967 

1 572 

492 597 



7 338 

241 999 

109 484 

214 716 

25 608 

26 215 
1 805 

627 165 



POLYESTER RESINS, SATURATED 



177 210 

58 890 

4 409 

19 775 

14 781 

275 065 



42 824 

53 974 

9 540 

6 709 

6 908 

119 955 



19 967 

22 402 

112 280 

153 227 

526 565 

187 855 

21 539 

125 369 

562 088 

1 731 292 



7 592 

180 693 

104 745 

155 117 

25 608 

20 337 

1 668 

495 760 



39 523 

53 980 

9 540 

6 700 

6 908 

116 651 



POLYESTER RESINS, UNSATURATED 



194 712 

88 184 

8 365 

291 261 



159 332 

69 495 

4 424 

233 251 



161 992 

52 000 

4 706 

218 698 



POLYETHYLENE RESINS, LOW AND MEDIUM DENSITY 



882 702 

16 580 

27 415 

4 631 

931 328 



660 228 

11 206 

14 926 

3 224 

689 584 



560 563 

11 206 

14 926 

3 224 

589 919 



POLYETHYLENE RESINS, HIGH DENSITY 



3 369 917 
221 165 
438 318 
132 606 

4 506 456 

39 120 

6 614 

8 714 196 



990 314 

76 146 

109 427 

35 509 

172 068 

501 716 

1 665 

886 845 



914 887 

43 915 

109 427 

35 509 

1 170 707 
501 716 

1 665 

2 777 826 



168 


790 


311 091 


6 


348 


1 958 


24 


709 


41 961 


49 


854 


92 9o9 


9 


968 


569 


2 


108 


44 


261 


777 


448 532 


9 


725 


3 966 


198 


388 


308 648 


208 


113 


312 614 


76 


799 


35 000 


100 


264 


60 400 


5 


778 


2 646 


4 


400 


2 000 


187 


241 


100 046 


ULOSIC PLASTICS MATERIAL! 


21 


957 


22 266 


25 


042 


23 799 


118 


575 


27 920 


161 


941 


166 282 


578 


608 


760 732 


200 


098 


189 363 


23 


320 


24 792 


142 


483 


152 949 


643 


528 


682 533 


1 915 


552 


2 050 636 


7 


592 


10 785 


192 


623 


228 396 


108 


772 


46 283 


161 


503 


97 443 


28 


585 


83 151 


23 


499 


24 967 


3 


129 


1 572 


525 


703 


492 597 


39 


523 


177 210 


54 


218 


58 890 


9 


623 


4 409 


9 


997 


19 775 


8 


113 


14 781 


121 


474 


275 065 


178 


250 


194 712 


55 


857 


88 184 


4 


819 


8 365 


238 


926 


291 261 


607 


065 


1 882 702 


12 


865 


16 580 


18 


881 


27 415 


5 


Oil 


4 631 


643 


822 


1 931 328 


959 


564 


3 369 917 


52 


500 


221 165 


133 


577 


438 3l8 


41 


503 


132 606 


1 398 


207 


4 506 456 


520 


319 


39 120 


2 


339 


6 614 


3 108 


009 


8 714 196 



164 


413 


5 


772 


20 


864 


42 


311 


8 


695 


2 


000 


244 


055 


8 


132 


181 


436 


189 


568 


73 


604 


99 


853 


5 


466 


4 


218 


183 


1<U 


19 


967 


22 


402 


127 


163 


154 


427 


526 


565 


187 


855 


21 


539 


125 


369 


570 


601 


1 755 


888 


7 


338 


241 


999 


109 


484 


214 


716 


25 


608 


26 


215 


1 


805 


627 


165 


42 


824 


53 


974 


9 


540 


6 


709 


6 


908 


119 


955 


159 


332 


69 


495 


4 


424 


233 


251 


660 


228 


11 


206 


14 


926 


3 


224 


689 


584 


990 


314 


76 


146 


109 


427 


35 


509 


1 172 


068 


501 


716 


1 


665 


2 886 


845 



(LB) 

167 660 
5 772 

21 169 

42 948 
8 695 

2 000 
246 244 

(LB) 

8 132 
181 436 
189 568 

(LB) 

73 604 
94 740 

5 466 
4 218 

178 028 

(LB) 

19 967 

22 402 
112 280 
153 227 
526 565 
187 855 

21 539 
125 369 
562 068 
731 292 

(LB) 

7 592 

180 693 

104 745 

155 117 

25 608 

20 337 
1 668 

495 760 

(LB) 

39 523 
53 980 

9 540 

6 700 
6 908 

116 651 

(LB) 

161 992 

52 000 

4 706 

218 698 

(LB) 

560 563 
11 206 
14 926 

3 224 
589 919 

(LB) 

914 887 

43 915 
109 427 

35 509 

170 707 

501 716 

1 665 

777 826 



168 


790 


6 


348 


24 


709 


49 


654 


9 


968 


2 


108 


261 


777 


9 


725 


198 


388 


208 


113 


76 


799 


100 


264 


5 


778 


4 


400 


187 


241 


21 


957 


25 


042 


118 


575 


161 


941 


578 


608 


200 


098 


23 


320 


142 


483 


643 


528 


1 915 


552 


7 


592 


192 


623 


108 


772 


161 


503 


28 


585 


23 


499 


3 


129 


525 


703 


39 


523 


54 


218 


9 


623 


9 


997 


8 


113 


121 


474 


178 


250 


55 


857 


4 


819 


238 


926 


607 


065 


12 


865 


18 


881 


5 


Oil 


643 


822 


959 


564 


52 


500 


133 


577 


41 


503 


1 398 


207 


520 


319 


2 


339 


3 108 


009 



2-100 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 197< 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s . and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(S«e 'Explanation ol StatiMia" lOMnlormation on cowtiai.dauolimpflririon.d.' wdlMMrai 

of tht import itatmia Shipments rdutd in than S251 an> shown only unfit i SofcHula A commodity aunbtf 990 0000 and ndu«»d (ram til omtf cs*v 







1 cowaodlljr nuBbvr, 












n nt monll) 




Country 




Value (dollar* > 


1 






orl^l n 


to. 


f.rn.t. 









5884260 

U KING 

FRANCE 

ITALY 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884280 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

TOTAL 

5884320 

SRI LKt 

MALAYSA 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

5661330 

CANADA 

U KING 

NETMLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

38811340 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

3ee<tt2o 

CANADA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

588<tti40 

CANADA 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5884460 

U KING 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884520 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

■FR GERM 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884540 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

FR GERM,,... 

ITALY 

JAPAN....... 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



POLYPROPYLENE RESINS 



8 516 

172 50* 

51 611 

6 143 

241 779 



8 462 

33 *68 

149 808 

4 622 

1*6 860 



8 462 

33 968 

149 806 

a 866 

197 109 



POLYTETRAFLUOROETHYLENE (PTFE) RESINS 



36 031 

36 456 

331 310 

425 797 



109 614 
523 562 

740 330 



103 174 
109 61* 
323 562 

740 350 



9 657 

11 473 

159 662 

217 487 



116 229 

11? 071 

761 903 



8 316 

172 30» 

34 611 

6 143 



36 031 
38 436 

351 310 
«23 797 



33 968 

149 808 

« 622 

196 StC 



■ 

323 362 

740 330 



natural rubber, chlorinated or containing Fj Lw tp.s, pigments or procej. cals 



40 319 
70 548 

111 281 



U 651 

- 

4 765 

' - 



11 631 

37 939 

4 783 

57 378 



16 804 
■ 

3 Oil 
62 021 



40 3l« 
70 548 



14 634 

37 939 

4 783 

57 378 



rubber, synthetic, containing filers, pigments, or Rubber-prcclssinc- 



35 168 

615 

823 009 

-. 830 

567 007 

12 

?31 570 

3 900 

3 971 OH 



• 171 

. 777 

24r --- 

197 163 

• -15 
3 093 

1 671 574 



20 843 

123 838 

305 230 

330 966 

217 941 

167 333 

126 413 

3 043 

1 997 829 



MIXTURES OF NATURAL OR SYNTHETIC RUBBER 



112 965 

1 588 

111 053 



62 108 

1 927 
64 033 



63 610 

1 927 

65 537 



-; 328 

66i 

. 321 

231 297 

928 
6 397 
1 7i- . 






ACRYLONITRILE-BUTADIENE-STYRENE (ABS) RESINS 



50 203 

6 614 

56 817 



25 139 
3 907 

28 511 



25 957 

3 407 

29 36« 



25 957 

29 897 



823 00« 

830 
167 007 
92 

- 370 
5 900 

- 04« 



i iee 



SO 203 
6 6l« 

36 8l7 



20 933 

123 t Ti 

2« 

197 183 

126 413 

3 0«3 

1 671 374 






3 907 
■< 6 Ml 



POLYSTYRENE RESINS AND STyRENE COPOLYMERS AND TERPOLY»E»S, EXCEPT ABS RESINS 



2 566 940 

17 637 
252 978 

26 125 
1 321 339 
4 165 019 



1 18] 

12 704 

178 959 

37 366 

904 996 

2 315 995 



987 961 

12 704 

178 959 

37 366 

679 866 

1 896 856 



999 571 

196 777 
40 866 
79'. 
2 018 304 



2 366 940 

17 637 

232 976 

26 123 

1 321 33« 

- 18S 019 



12 704 
178 939 

37 366 
904 996 
2 i\\ 



UREA AND AMINO (INCLUCING MELAMINE) RESINS 



507 982 
25 175 
307 211 
132 276 
2 321 
974 965 



169 639 

11 208 

94 061 

36 600 

4 674 

116 L 82 



POLYVINYL ALCOHOL RESI'-S 



45 057 
70 548 
177 470 
262 349 
870 919 
1 850 
426 193 



55 520 

90 131 

101 574 

131 075 

566 670 
-53 

895 123 



289 237 
89 385 
52 900 
63 616 
43 391 

206 529 
9 694 

749 752 



72 633 
27 570 
72 858 
16 918 
13 906 

111 229 
3 095 

397 709 



169 


639 


11 


208 


99 


061 


36 


600 


- 


684 


316 


192 


55 


520 


90 


131 


101 


571 


131 


075 


597 


778 




- ; - 


876 


562 


TAINING 


69 


950 


27 


570 


72 


858 


96 


918 


13 


906 


105 


578 


3 


118 


339 


398 



POLYVINYL ACETATE AND RESINS CONTAINING 50* OR MORE OF VINYL ACETATE DERIVATIVES, MSPff 



197 


355 


13 


028 


119 


079 


«1 


205 


- 


920 


370 


587 


58 


258 


96 


562 


114 


620 


197 


975 


692 


701 




521 


1 010 


137 


R MORE OF 


73 


966 


27 


570 


76 


BOO 


53 


602 


15 


100 


125 


582 


3 


713 


375 


833 



507 


982 


2! 


175 


307 


211 


132 


276 


2 


321 


979 


963 


-5 


057 


70 


598 


177 


970 


262 


-• 


870 


9l9 


1 


-: . 


1 428 


193 


ACETATE 


289 


237 


89 


385 


52 


-■>'/. 


63 


616 


93 


391 


206 


529 


9 


69» 


799 


752 



149 


»3fl 


11 


208 


94 


061 


36 


600 


9 


679 


316 


182 


53 


520 


90 


131 


101 




131 




566 


670 






895 


- ! 


VES 




72 


633 


2-> 


57C 


72 


858 


96 


918 


13 


906 


111 


il- 


3 




3-7 


709 



(LB) 



6 




33 


968 


IM 


808 


- 


866 


197 


109 


(LB) 




103 


17, 


109 


614 


323 


362 




330 


(LSI 




19 


63« 


37 


939 


4 


783 




378 


(LB 




20 


843 




638 


303 


230 


330 


966 


217 




167 


333 


126 




3 


093 


1 997 


829 


(LB 




63 


610 


1 




63 


337 


(Li 




23 


937 


3 




29 




(LB 




967 


961 


12 


709 


178 


939 


37 




679 


666 


1 696 


636 


(LB 




169 


639 


11 


208 


99 


061 


36 


600 


9 


6M 


316 


192 


(LB) 


35 


320 


90 




101 


374 


131 


075 


Ml 


778 






876 




(LB) 


69 




27 


370 


72 


836 


M 


918 


13 


906 


105 


578 


3 


118 


339 


391 



9 


657 


«1 


-73 


139 


662 


6 


675 


217 


187 


116 


229 


112 


071 


333 


603 


781 








90 




' 


JlS 


62 


021 


20 




191 


526 




963 


601 


321 


231 


<!97 




977 




928 


6 


J97 


723 


137 


63 


610 


2 




63 


716 


25 


937 


3 


940 


29 


697 


999 


371 


13 


344 


198 


m 


90 


666 


793 


746 


096 


50« 


197 


355 


13 


026 


119 




91 




- 


920 


370 


387 


38 


238 


M 




Hi 


62C 




473 


692 


701 




321 


010 


137 


73 




27 


370 


76 


800 


53 


602 


15 


. 


125 


582 


3 


713 


375 


633 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-101 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than S251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



5884560 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

SWEDEN 

U KINS 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5884580 

U KING 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5884800 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5885100 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

SWEDEN 

DENMARK 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ISRAEL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5885400 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

SWITZLD 

ITALY 

THAILND 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5886200 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5886400 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



POLYVINYL CHLORIDE RESINS 



(LB) 



772 127 
090 077 
121 694 
19 841 
378 806 
123 678 
213 391 
667 809 
387 423 



263 208 

218 107 

34 242 

9 648 

136 282 

31 480 

281 439 

289 196 

1 263 602 



VINYL RESINS, NSPF 



44 092 

179 639 

130 072 

2 159 343 

1 481 

2 514 627 



127 753 

156 062 

24 891 

882 135 

2 964 

1 193 805 



232 531 
221 033 

34 242 

9 648 

136 282 

31 480 
281 439 
289 196 
235 851 



127 753 
156 180 
24 891 
882 119 
2 964 
193 907 



262 287 

221 033 

39 444 

10 922 

155 106 

38 650 

356 760 

345 184 

1 431 386 



133 558 

167 027 

31 417 

1 046 979 

3 118 

1 382 099 



Synthetic resins and plastics materials in primary forms, nspf 



1 006 455 

16 421 

150 163 

379 272 

473 259 

814 361 

62 033 

23 048 

458 880 

15 

33 035 

3 416 942 



541 266 

16 283 

213 597 

283 229 

509 681 

468 888 

141 992 

21 483 

610 060 

10 205 

11 527 
828 211 



507 790 
16 667 
203 007 
286 338 
515 484 
374 125 
143 859 
21 505 
563 259 

10 205 

11 537 
653 776 



522 603 

16 667 

232 533 

324 387 

552 926 

447 462 

152 769 

23 669 

660 320 

10 306 

14 894 

958 536 



REINFORCED OR LAMINATED plastics PRODUCTS, NSPF 



41 085 
15 349 
15 1 * 939 
56 735 
3 576 
12 234 

26 227 
11 303 

27 970 
348 193 

7 073 
704 684 



179 474 

29 000 

73 463 

43 537 

10 577 

65 784 

219 383 

15 985 

39 448 

261 422 

10 804 

948 877 



180 159 
29 000 
73 463 
43 537 
10 577 
65 784 

219 495 
15 985 
39 448 

261 830 
10 804 

950 082 



181 186 

29 054 

81 991 

46 305 

10 794 

71 857 

236 381 

17 494 

43 769 

288 967 

13 354 

1 021 152 



772 


127 


090 


077 


121 


694 


19 


841 


378 


806 


123 


678 


213 


391 


667 


809 


387 


423 


44 


092 


179 


639 


130 


072 


159 


343 


1 


481 


514 


627 


006 


455 


16 


421 


150 


163 


379 


272 


473 


259 


814 


361 


62 


033 


23 


048 


458 


880 




15 


33 


035 


416 


942 


41 


085 


15 


349 


154 


939 


56 


735 


3 


576 


12 


234 


26 


227 


11 


303 


27 


970 


348 


193 


7 


073 


704 


684 



expanded, foamed, or sponge rubber or plastics and articles nspf of such materials 



438 985 

12 223 

98 730 

44 143 

30 149 

103 717 

786 530 

6 395 

66 370 

8 386 

5 813 
153 038 

6 949 
131 364 
222 507 

19 056 
134 355 



443 837 

12 223 

98 728 

43 931 

30 149 

103 770 

785 084 

6 395 

66 370 

8 389 

5 813 
153 144 

6 949 
132 669 
223 213 

19 056 
139 720 



443 727 

14 252 

119 555 

46 461 

35 354 

114 201 

825 767 

7 763 

69 234 

9 957 

7 046 

206 272 

7 921 

152 762 

262 959 

21 736 

2 344 967 



FILM, STRIPS, SHEETS, PLATES, SLABS, RODS, AND OTHER PROFILE SHAPES OF VULCANIZED FIBER 



45 322 

5 086 

50 408 



52 430 

4 423 

56 853 



52 430 

4 423 

56 853 



54 872 

4 839 

59 711 



45 322 

5 086 

50 408 



CELLULOSIC PLASTICS MATERIALS IMPORTED FOR USE IN ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY MACHINES 



5 308 652 

2 300 

5 310 952 



5 308 652 

2 300 

5 310 952 



5 561 779 

2 545 

5 564 324 



263 


208 


232 


531 


262 287 


218 


107 


221 


033 


221 033 


34 


242 


34 


242 


39 444 


9 


648 


9 


648 


10 922 


136 


282 


136 


282 


155 106 


31 


480 


31 


480 


38 650 


281 


439 


281 


439 


358 760 


289 


196 


289 


196 


345 184 


1 263 


602 


1 235 
(LB 


851 


1 431 386 


127 


753 


127 


753 


133 558 


156 


062 


156 


180 


167 027 


24 


891 


24 


891 


31 417 


882 


135 


882 


119 


1 046 979 


2 


964 


2 


964 


3 118 


1 193 


805 


1 193 

(L8 


907 


1 382 099 


541 


266 


507 


790 


522 603 


16 


283 


16 


667 


16 667 


213 


597 


203 


007 


232 533 


283 


229 


286 


338 


324 387 


509 


681 


515 


484 


552 926 


1 468 


888 


1 374 


125 


1 447 462 


141 


992 


143 


859 


152 769 


21 


483 


21 


505 


23 669 


610 


060 


563 


259 


660 320 


10 


205 


10 


205 


10 306 


11 


527 


11 


537 


14 894 


3 828 


211 


3 653 
(LB 


776 


3 958 536 


179 


474 


180 


159 


181 186 


29 


000 


29 


000 


29 054 


73 


463 


73 


463 


81 991 


43 


537 


43 


537 


46 305 


10 


577 


10 


577 


10 794 


65 


784 


65 


784 


71 857 


219 


383 


219 


495 


236 381 


15 


985 


15 


985 


17 494 


39 


448 


39 


448 


43 769 


261 


422 


261 


830 


288 967 


10 


804 


10 


804 


13 354 


948 


877 


950 


082 


1 021 152 


TERIALS 








438 


985 


443 


837 


443 727 


12 


223 


12 


223 


14 252 


98 


730 


98 


728 


119 555 


44 


143 


43 


931 


46 461 


30 


149 


30 


149 


35 354 


103 


717 


103 


770 


114 201 


786 


530 


785 


084 


825 767 


6 


395 


6 


395 


7 763 


66 


370 


66 


370 


69 234 


8 


386 


8 


389 


9 957 


5 


813 


5 


813 


7 046 


153 


038 


153 


144 


206 272 


6 


949 


6 


949 


7 921 


131 


364 


132 


669 


152 762 


222 


507 


223 


213 


262 959 


19 


056 


19 


056 


21 736 


2 134 


355 


2 139 


720 


2 344 967 


ANIZED FIBER 


(LB 


1 




52 


430 


52 


430 


54 872 


4 


423 


4 


423 


4 839 


56 


853 


56 


853 


59 711 


5 308 


652 


5 308 


652 


5 561 779 


2 


300 


2 


300 


2 545 


5 310 


952 


5 310 


952 


5 564 324 



2-102 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, Fas., and C.i.f Values Continued 

(Se« ■E«plan»tion of Sutmia" lor inlormBion on covtraot. diu ol impomnon. rjahn.t.orn of Cunorrn. I..j . and c < .**i»irai of imi m tht ■jhb««I. e«d ethet «trh«tio« ma Wxa 
of tha enport itiOii.a Shipmano .*jtd l*a thin $251 »t ihown om, undtt Scneduia * c — odily — »ba« »0 (PflB awl **cto+* hoo «■ 0»e» ce««««»tm ) 



5666610 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5666620 

FR GERM 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTM CTY 

TOTAL 

5686630 

U KING 

NETMLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SHITZLD 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5666640 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

SdEDEN 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FR GERM 

SHITZLD 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

MALAYSA 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

5686650 

CANADA 

DENMARK 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

S*ITZLD 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTM CTY 

TOTAL 

5886660 

CANADA 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

AUSTRIA 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

5886670 

U KING 

FR GERM 

PHIL R 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 



Schedule A era— 1 1lty number, deacrlpt ion end unit of qua 





Current month 








Country 


quant 1 tj 


Value (dollar* i 


r 
quaal 






.rlgln 


Cuatou 








o... 





film, strips and sheets of cellulosic plastics materials, nspf 



19"* 
820 
156 
18° 



710 

28 

864 

292 

35 98C- 

9« 356 

228 870 

5 021 

2 279 568 



714 595 

31 996 

201 180 

345 122 

61 096 

207 662 

2*1 126 

6 714 

609 695 



726 067 
32 066 

196 22? 

345 122 
61 096 

207 662 

241 126 
6 713 

620 296 



726 067 

32 066 

266 965 

406 155 

67 37C 

217 466 

263 096 

7 752 

v M . 



26 620 

292 16» 
35 960 
94 356 

226 670 
5 021 

279 56« 



FILM, STRIPS AND SHEETS OF NONCELLULOS IC I - 1 - I ' I N PATCH. _:aThER 



160 4()4 
135 45C 
157 575 
300 
473 729 



123 235 

-3 T28 

110 967 

305 

276 252 



123 235 
43 725 

110 96? 

305 

276 252 



131 175 
50 255 

121 «36 
937 

103 s - ' 



flexible film, strips and sheets sspf, of polyester 



562 662 

273 123 

1 363 325 

295 109 

4 662 

45 413 

1 649 545 

3 41"> 

4 397 296 



1 061 657 
302 146 

2 066 016 
457 990 

9 162 

063 

2 509 354 

4 253 
6 573 6*3 



061 657 

MM :-* 

070 341 
456 463 

9 162 
141 063 
507 756 

4 253 
552 663 



111 <*• 

153 963 

477 079 

144 66C 

693 719 

• 61/ 

924 236 



flexible film, strips ant sheets sspf, of pol- 



133 136 

60 915 

37 919 

116 126 

32 004 

46 166 

?9- li« 

64 213 

170 944 

99 323 

35 404 

25 000 

71 374 

598 894 

281 949 

069 807 



123 
27 
26 

ue 
» 

33 
636 

63 
215 

72 

16 
6 

36 
703 
676 
012 



669 
252 
--• 

056 
665 
460 
«°1 
263 
615 
140 
395 
506 
»TI 
574 
"92 
960 



125 346 

27 252 

26 445 

115 719 

32 665 

33 460 

131 lot 

63 264 
215 615 

72 140 

16 395 
6 506 

36 477 
703 575 
676 482 
Oil 190 



125 i-i 

31 701 

29 706 

123 737 

34 629 

36 32J 

666 736 

66 976 

< : < - . 

76 734 

. - H J 

39 392 

06C 066 

•M :-: 

743 62« 



160 4 4 

157 575 

300 

473 729 



662 662 
273 1?3 
363 325 
2»5 10» 

649 5«5 

• -. I 
397 296 



133 136 

60 9i5 

37 9i9 

116 126 

32 004 

46 16' 

294 «i6 

170 9*4 
99 323 
35 404 
25 000 
71 374 

596 694 



Flexible film, strips and sheets -.sec, of POLvEIMVLM 



337 202 

4 630 

43 894 

7 880 

279 544 

17 71C 

62 541 

219 114 

23 241 

I 16C 

999 936 



332 085 

7 604 

62 236 

5 746 

426 352 
23 936 
33 983 
86 644 
31 035 
1 736 

013 561 



332 666 

7 604 

62 354 

5 741 

426 367 

23 936 

34 039 

66 410 

31 035 

1 736 

1 013 915 



342 267 

11 644 

66 472 

6 207 

446 69; 

25 5-3 

41 471 

112 041 

35 271 

1 949 

1 069 756 



flexible film, strips and sheets sspf, of polyprop*. 



114 610 

200 607 
25 534 
32 688 

166 791 
2 302 

542 732 



136 102 

249 827 

31 956 

23 173 

071 925 

3 738 

516 721 



137 176 

299 827 

31 956 

23 173 

1 071 925 

3 738 

1 517 795 



137 166 

268 218 

34 165 

25 363 

1 196 620 

4 855 

1 666 427 



• V 6o7 



337 202 

-: <■;- 
7 eeo 

279 544 

17 7i0 
62 541 

219 H4 

23 241 

4 160 

999 936 



200 607 
25 534 
32 686 

166 791 
2 302 

542 732 



flexible film, strips and sheets nspf, of polymethyl methacrylate 



5 311 

86 383 

33 884 

267 977 

196 490 

590 045 



11 473 

160 445 

23 459 

167 053 

133 261 

495 686 



11 971 
160 445 

23 454 
167 053 
133 261 
495 684 



19 771 
165 352 

25 315 
179 193 

149 790 
534 421 



S 3ll 

86 383 

33 e84 

267 977 

196 990 

590 045 



L« 595 

31 996 

1 201 160 

• 122 

207 662 

241 126 

6 714 

2 609 6»5 



123 235 

■ 
110 987 
305 
276 252 



302 146 

066 016 

457 990 

9 162 

4 253 

573 663 



123 669 

27 252 

26 445 

116 56 

32 665 

33 46C 
636 491 

63 263 

215 615 

72 140 

16 395 

6 506 

36 477 

703 574 

676 492 

012 960 



332 OM 

7 604 

62 236 

42t 

23 936 

33 963 

M :•• 

31 035 

1 736 

1 013 561 



13t . 

299 627 

31 956 

23 173 

1 071 925 

3 736 

1 516 721 



11 973 

it: --'. 

23 •'-- 

167 053 

133 261 

495 686 



(LSI 

726 067 
066 

1 19C 

34' 

61 

207 662 

241 126 

6 713 

2 620 296 

(SYO) 

123 235 

110 967 
305 

27' 

(LB) 

1 061 657 
302 l«6 

2 07c M| 
456 -63 

* 16i 

. 06 3 

2 507 756 

6 552 663 

<l6> 

125 346 
27 252 

115 719 
3? 665 
33 460 
2 637 609 
63 264 
215 615 
72 140 
16 3V5 

6 506 
36 477 

2 703 575 
676 -62 

7 Oil 

(LB) 

332 666 

7 604 
62 354 

: --- 

I2< 367 

23 936 

66 410 

31 035 

I 7J6 

1 013 915 

IUBJ 

137 176 

2>9 627 

31 956 

23 173 

1 071 925 

3 736 

1 517 795 

(LB) 

11 471 

160 ««5 

23 454 

167 053 

133 261 

495 664 



726 


067 


32 


066 


1 266 


965 


406 


155 


67 


370 


217 


466 


263 


096 


7 


752 


2 990 


HI 


131 


175 


50 


<55 


121 


436 




V37 


303 


603 


1 lie 


295 


320 


615 


2 153 


463 


477 


079 


11 


294 




660 


2 693 


719 


4 


613 


6 924 


<36 


125 


542 


31 


701 


2* 


706 


123 


737 


3- 


629 


36 


325 


2 666 


736 


66 


976 


230 


241 


76 


734 


1* 


077 


14 


213 


3* 


392 


3 060 


066 


966 


543 


7 743 


624 


342 


267 


11 


|M 


66 


»72 


t 


207 


446 


691 


25 




41 


471 


112 


041 


35 


271 


1 


949 


1 069 


756 


137 


166 


266 


216 


34 


165 


25 


383 


1 196 


620 


* 


655 


1 666 


-27 


l« 


771 


165 


352 


25 


315 


179 


193 


149 


790 


534 


421 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-103 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 













Schedule 


A comraod 


ity number, descri 


ption 


and unit of 


quantity 
















Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 












Value 


(doll 


ars) 














Value (dollars) 


origin 
























































Cu 


stoms 






F. 


a. s . 






c. 


i.f . 










Cus 


toms 




F.a.s. 




C.i.f. 




588669C 


FLEXIBLE FILM, 


STRIPS AND SHEETS NSPF, OF 


RUBBER OR PLASTICS NSPF 










(SYD) 










8 920 


741 




809 


789 




828 


974 




829 


811 


8 


920 


741 




809 


789 


828 


974 


829 


611 






732 




21 


067 




21 


067 




22 


373 






732 




21 


067 


21 


067 


22 


373 




150 


830 




407 


729 




400 


041 




434 


407 




150 


830 




407 


729 


400 


041 


434 


407 




1 


507 




1? 


882 




12 


882 




13 


428 




1 


507 




12 


882 


12 


882 


13 


426 




6 


530 




17 


455 




17 


455 




17 


954 




6 


530 




17 


455 


17 


455 


17 


954 




210 


027 




621 


798 




621 


773 




652 


496 




210 


027 




621 


798 


621 


773 


652 


496 




27 


232 




17 


337 




17 


337 




19 


175 




27 


232 




17 


337 


17 


337 


19 


175 




4 


599 




54 


538 




54 


538 




60 


097 




4 


599 




54 


538 


54 


538 


60 


097 




56 


923 




192 


998 




192 


998 




198 


898 




56 


923 




192 


998 


192 


998 


198 


898 




210 


257 




135 


845 




134 


950 




144 


911 




210 


257 




135 


845 


134 


950 


144 


911 




5 


234 




95 


291 




95 


291 




103 


482 




5 


234 




95 


291 


95 


291 


103 


482 




9 


105 




20 


343 




20 


343 




22 


412 




9 


105 




20 


343 


20 


343 


22 


412 




3 175 


643 




?64 


883 




265 


346 




285 


750 


3 


175 


643 




264 


883 


265 


346 


285 


750 




3 


832 




7 


392 




7 


392 




8 


188 




3 


832 




7 


392 


7 


392 


8 


186 




12 783 


192 


2 


679 


347 


2 


690 


387 


2 


813 


382 


12 


783 


192 


2 


679 


347 


2 690 


387 


2 813 


382 


588682C 


PLATES, SLABS, 


BLOCKS, RODS, 


AND OTHER PROFILE 


SHAPES OF CELLULOSIC PLASTICS 


. NSPF 


(UB 










34 


590 




42 


718 




42 


718 




44 


718 




34 


590 




42 


718 


42 


718 


44 


718 




15 


173 




4? 


401 




42 


394 




48 


142 




15 


173 




42 


401 


42 


394 


48 


142 




1 


985 




1 


871 




1 


811 




1 


911 




1 


985 




1 


871 


1 


811 


1 


911 




51 


748 




86 


990 




86 


923 




94 


771 




51 


748 




86 


990 


86 


923 


94 


771 


588684C 


plates, slabs. 


BLOCKS, RODS, 


AND OTHER PROFILE 


SHAPES OF RUBBER OR NONCELLULOSIC 


PLASTICS (LB 










152 


416 




211 


360 




215 


117 




215 


285 




152 


416 




211 


360 


215 


117 


215 


285 




37 


961 




2? 


247 




22 


247 




23 


339 




37 


961 




22 


247 


22 


247 


23 


339 




16 


022 




11 


545 




11 


545 




13 


476 




16 


022 




11 


545 


11 


545 


13 


476 




38 


053 




61 


630 




61 


525 




66 


798 




38 


053 




61 


630 


61 


525 


66 


798 




4 


881 




40 


808 




40 


808 




41 


471 




4 


881 




40 


808 


40 


808 


41 


471 






508 




1? 


549 




12 


549 




13 


715 






5o8 




12 


549 


12 


549 


13 


715 




517 


309 




601 


734 




598 


399 




641 


437 




517 


309 




601 


734 


598 


399 


641 


437 




47 


315 




68 


106 




65 


383 




68 


334 




47 


315 




68 


106 


65 


383 


68 


334 




71 


021 




73 


701 




73 


701 




79 


764 




71 


0?1 




73 


701 


73 


701 


79 


764 




34 


000 




?0 


438 




20 


438 




23 


157 




34 


000 




20 


438 


20 


438 


23 


157 




276 


002 




160 


462 




160 


462 




178 


250 




276 


002 




160 


462 


160 


462 


178 


250 




252 


487 




643 


256 




643 


386 




734 


917 




252 


487 




643 


256 


643 


386 


734 


917 




4 


817 




5 


863 




5 


921 




6 


731 




4 


817 




5 


863 


5 


921 


6 


731 




1 452 


792 


1 


933 


699 


1 


931 


481 


2 


106 


674 


1 


452 


792 


1 


933 


699 


1 931 


481 


2 106 


674 


588800C 


WASTE 


AND SCRAP 


DF PLASTICS, 


FIT ONLY FOR 


REMANUFACTURE 














(LB 










1 000 


871 




161 


957 




168 


796 




168 


797 


1 


000 


871 




161 


957 


168 


796 


168 


797 




166 


730 




36 


055 




36 


055 




36 


054 




166 


730 




36 


055 


36 


055 


36 


054 




no 


043 




18 


919 




18 


919 




27 


619 




110 


043 




16 


919 


IB 


919 


27 


619 




66 


205 




35 


293 




35 


293 




39 


212 




66 


205 




33 


293 


35 


293 


39 


212 




165 


749 




41 


197 




11 


197 




53 


804 




165 


749 




41 


197 


41 


197 


53 


604 




602 


206 




92 


960 




92 


847 




129 


236 




602 


206 




92 


960 


92 


847 


129 


236 




689 


283 




115 


693 




115 


693 




154 


032 




689 


283 




115 


693 


115 


6V3 


154 


032 




957 


742 




128 


539 




129 


549 




183 


996 




957 


742 




128 


539 


129 


549 


183 


996 




99 


293 




14 


256 




14 


256 




20 


035 




99 


293 




14 


256 


14 


256 


20 


035 




661 


590 




114 


810 




114 


810 




160 


005 




661 


590 




114 


810 


114 


810 


160 


005 




45 


360 




13 


801 




13 


801 




15 


794 




45 


360 




13 


801 


13 


801 


15 


794 




59 


943 




13 


806 




13 


806 




23 


900 




59 


943 




13 


806 


13 


806 


23 


900 




71 


393 




9 


703 




9 


703 




13 


040 




71 


393 




9 


703 


9 


703 


13 


040 




4 696 


408 




796 


989 




804 


725 


1 


025 


524 


4 


696 


408 




796 


989 


804 


725 


1 025 


524 


591000C 


PESTICIDES, INCLUDING SHEEP 


DIP 


AND 


RIBBON FLY 


CATCHERS 
























. 




430 


911 




413 


742 




415 


413 






_ 




430 


911 


413 


742 


415 


413 






- 




153 


390 




121 


688 




121 


688 






- 




153 


390 


121 


688 


121 


688 






- 




??8 


399 




207 


719 




228 


398 






- 




228 


399 


207 


719 


226 


398 






- 




15 


520 




12 


447 




12 


856 






- 




15 


520 


12 


447 


12 


656 






- 


1 


547 


079 


1 


379 


940 


1 


429 


326 






- 


1 


547 


079 


1 379 


940 


1 429 


326 






- 




309 


095 




195 


371 




209 


724 






- 




309 


095 


195 


371 


209 


724 






- 


1 


529 


014 


1 


545 


219 


1 


586 


861 






- 


1 


529 


014 


1 545 


219 


1 586 


661 






- 


6 


356 


832 


6 


322 


836 


6 


510 


835 






- 


6 


356 


832 


6 322 


836 


6 510 


835 






- 


4 


447 


050 


4 


447 


050 


4 


510 


863 






- 


4 


447 


050 


4 447 


050 


4 510 


863 






- 




78 


333 




74 


789 




76 


500 






- 




78 


333 


74 


789 


76 


500 






- 




477 


611 




477 


611 




508 


969 






m 




477 


611 


477 


611 


506 


969 






- 




508 


025 




508 


025 




535 


229 






- 




508 


025 


508 


025 


535 


229 






- 




30 


876 




30 


876 




32 


807 






- 




30 


876 


30 


876 


32 


807 






- 




710 


372 




715 


199 




853 


763 






. 




710 


372 


715 


199 


853 


763 






- 


16 


822 


507 


16 


452 


512 


17 


033 


232 






~ 


16 


822 


507 


16 452 


512 


17 033 


232 


592U2C 


POTATO STARCH 
































(LB 


1 








1 898 


163 




163 


653 




163 


653 




232 


705 


1 


898 


163 




163 


653 


163 


653 


232 


705 




3 


110 




1 


530 




1 


530 




1 


645 




3 


no 




1 


530 


1 


530 


1 


645 




1 901 


273 






165 


183 






165 


183 






234 


350 


1 


901 


273 




165 


183 


165 


103 


234 


350 



2-104 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(Saa "Eiplanation ofSiatotia lor information on co«ar»oi. data of importation, dalmitionj ol Cuttomi I aj Wttli >*<m. louroaa of artor m ma data 01 junnaa). aad othai da)«utn« and taavrai 

ol tha import lutiti.a StiipmatiB »aHiad fa» than CSI ara ahown orU» undar Stfiadula A commodity number JM 0000 and aaduoee lro» all oft* iam«aa<iail 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





(. urfrnt munlh 




Country 
of 


Net 
quantl ty 


Value (dollara) 


quantl ty 




oriel n 


Cuatoaia 


r.a.a. 


C.i.f . 







5921140 


STARCHES/ NSF 


F 












"♦53 200 


59 


543 


63 


113 


63 113 




315 750 


27 


595 


27 


595 


27 595 




7 663 


6 


609 


6 


809 


7 329 




60 350 


13 


088 


13 


099 






7 675 


7 


126 


J 


426 


8 262 




844 638 


114 


461 


118 


042 


12C Ml 


5921200 


■HEAT GLUTEN 














1 001 700 


116 


070 


427 


699 


427 700 




80 000 


57 


-32 


56 


915 


56 915 




M 092 


11 


597 


11 


597 


;« ITI 




36 000 


14 


■>19 


14 


719 


17 064 




36 000 


13 


608 


13 


606 


17 064 




600 000 


225 


655 


225 


655 


257 416 




7 852 


5 


120 


5 


120 


• ff. | 




3 192 781 


999 


828 


960 


441 


1 121 6C6 




113 




622 




622 


706 




4 998 5<il 


1 744 


651 


1 736 


376 


1 920 491 


5922120 


casein 














219 862 


165 


342 


165 


342 


177 113 




136 013 


71 


569 


71 


569 


6C 632 




18 629 


20 


492 


20 


492 


22 992 




26" 555 


198 


866 


198 


666 


211 644 




132 276 


94 


577 


94 


577 


102 048 




7((9 080 


392 


-23 


392 


321 


42. ' 




1 699 090 


1 092 


401 


1 092 


401 


1 169 331 




8 250 096 


4 987 


267 


4 987 


267 


5 515 311 


0TH CTY 


2 800 


4 


620 


4 


698 






11 472 101 


7 027 


557 


7 027 


533 


7 726 339 


5922100 


casein mixtures including 


CASEIN GLUE 






42 163 


32 


914 


32 


914 


35 000 




56 100 


50 


771 


50 


771 


54 624 




698 382 


611 


170 


631 


170 


689 014 




2 943 029 


1 943 


878 


I 943 


876 


2 254 443 




126 




883 




663 


*-. 




3 7i0 100 


2 639 


616 


2 659 


616 


3 C-'- 


5922200 


driec blood albumin 


IND A 


lBuhin, nspf 






60 229 


47 


542 


47 


542 


51 106 




26" 608 


181 


523 


181 


523 


197 697 




321 837 


229 


065 


229 


065 


246 803 


5922500 


DEXTRINE AND 


SOLUBLE 


oh chemically treated 


STARC-ES 




160 353 


25 


504 


26 


251 


26 395 




1 622 403 


329 


773 


330 


047 


396 752 




45 371 


16 


373 


16 


373 


23 213 




38 801 


23 


514 


23 


514 


25 143 




20 635 


4 


269 


4 


269 


5 821 




1 887 563 


399 


433 


400 


457 


477 324 


5922815 


GELATIN, EDIBLE, OVER 80 


CENTS PER POUND 






55 592 


67 


274 


71 


124 


71 124 




125 661 


148 


230 


148 


230 


154 681 




26 156 


28 


201 


28 


201 


30 090 




160 100 


212 


479 


212 


479 


222 117 




133 335 


245 


860 


245 


860 


259 386 




23 200 


33 


281 


33 


281 


35 496 




81 570 


92 


873 


92 


873 


98 35i 




120 716 


165 


063 


166 


063 


171 935 




42 000 


53 


264 


53 


264 


55 816 




81 570 


115 


735 


111 


185 


126 429 




101 167 


120 


173 


120 


173 


129 482 




20 000 


23 


329 


23 


329 


26 000 




971 670 


1 305 


762 


1 306 


062 


1 380 940 


5922825 


GELATIN, OVER 80 CENTS PER POUND, PHOTOGRAPHIC 




174 248 


493 


296 


493 


296 


506 704 




26 455 


67 


248 


67 


248 


70 905 




269 026 


818 


896 


818 


896 


843 937 




113 209 


260 


730 


260 


730 


267 734 




198 


1 


008 


1 


008 


1 138 




583 136 


1 641 


178 


1 641 


178 


1 690 418 



(LB) 



453 


200 


59 


543 


63 113 


315 


750 


27 


595 


27 595 


7 


663 


6 


609 


6 809 


60 


350 


IS 


086 


13 099 


" 


675 


7 


426 


7 426 


• 44 


638 




461 


118 042 
(LB) 


1 001 


700 




070 


427 6*9 


80 


000 


57 


432 


56 915 


44 


092 


11 


597 


11 597 


36 


000 


14 


719 


14 719 


36 


000 


13 


608 


13 608 


600 


000 


225 


655 


• 655 


J 


852 


5 


120 


5 120 


3 192 


784 


999 


828 


96: M] 




113 




622 


622 


4 996 


541 


. 


651 


I 738 376 
(LB) 


219 


862 


165 


3«2 


166 342 


136 


.3 


71 


569 


71 569 


18 


629 


20 




20 492 


264 


555 


198 


666 


196 666 


132 


276 


94 


577 


94 577 


749 


080 


392 


423 


39? 321 


1 699 


090 


1 092 


401 


1 092 401 


8 250 


096 


4 987 




4 967 267 


2 


600 


4 


620 


4 698 


1 472 


•01 


7 027 


557 


7 027 533 
(LB) 


42 


163 


32 


■ 


32 914 


56 


100 


50 


771 


50 771 


698 


362 


611 


170 


631 170 


2 9i3 


029 


1 943 


676 


; 9i3 876 




426 




883 


683 


3 740 


100 


2 639 


616 


2 659 616 

(LB) 


60 


229 






47 542 


264 


608 


161 


523 


161 523 


324 


637 


229 


065 


229 065 
(LB) 


160 


353 


25 


504 


26 254 


1 622 


403 


329 


773 


330 047 


u 


371 


16 


373 


16 373 


36 


601 


23 


514 


. 


20 


635 


4 


269 


4 269 


1 887 


563 


399 


433 


400 457 


55 


592 


67 




71 124 


125 


'-.- 


148 




146 230 


26 


456 


28 


201 


28 201 


160 


100 


212 


479 


21? »7» 


133 


335 


245 


B6C 


2-5 660 


23 


200 


33 


261 


33 281 


81 


570 


92 


e73 


n hn 


120 


716 


165 


063 


166 063 


12 


000 


53 


264 


53 264 


81 


570 


115 


735 


HI 185 


101 


467 


120 


173 


120 173 


20 


000 


23 


329 


23 329 


971 


670 


1 305 


762 


1 306 062 
(LB) 


174 


248 


•93 


296 


493 296 


26 


455 


67 


2-8 


67 248 


269 


026 


818 


696 


618 696 


113 


209 


260 


730 


260 730 




198 


1 


901 


1 008 


583 


136 


I 641 


176 


1 641 178 



63 


113 


27 


595 


7 


329 


14 


546 


6 


262 


120 


647 


427 


700 


56 


915 


14 


277 


17 




17 


064 


257 


116 


5 




1 121 


606 




706 


1 920 




177 


113 


80 


632 


22 


992 


211 


644 


102 


046 


422 


370 


1 169 


J31 


5 515 


311 


4 


696 


7 726 


339 


35 


000 


54 


624 


689 




2 254 


--„• 




944 


3 034 


225 


51 


106 


197 


697 


246 


603 


26 


J91 


396 


752 


23 


213 


25 


143 


5 


621 


477 


324 


71 


124 


154 


661 


30 


090 


222 


117 


259 


386 


35 


496 


98 


354 


171 


935 


55 


646 


126 


429 


129 


462 


26 


000 


1 360 


940 


506 


704 


70 


MM 


MS 


937 


267 


734 


1 


136 


1 690 


418 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-105 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity n 


umber, description and unit of quantity 










Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i 


.f . 



5922830 



GELATINS, NSPF, ANIMAL AND FISH GLUES, AND ISINGLASS 



(LB) 





29 049 


15 


112 


15 194 




33 113 


13 


143 


13 143 




36 376 


13 


200 


13 200 




1 120 748 


458 


332 


458 332 




80 000 


25 


511 


25 511 




160 000 


56 


840 


56 840 




160 220 


56 


391 


56 391 




120 000 


40 


185 


40 185 




184 637 


96 


978 


96 978 




42 661 


26 


355 


26 355 




390 463 


135 


922 


135 922 




35 825 


11 


700 


11 7C0 


CHINA M 


652 564 


168 


267 


168 267 




3 682 


13 


427 


13 427 




80 000 


23 


200 


23 200 




1 006 


1 


545 


1 545 




3 130 344 


1 156 


108 


1 156 190 


5981100 


TALL OIL 










_ 


98 


349 


107 454 




- 


117 


023 


117 023 




- 


215 


372 


224 477 


5981300 


TURPENTINE, GUM AND SPIRITS OF 




_ 


30 


094 


30 094 




- 


30 


094 


30 094 


5981400 


WOOD AND RESIN 


-BASED 


CHEMICAL 


PRODUCTS 




68 220 


13 


733 


13 733 




141 469 


28 


098 


28 098 




393 477 


69 


836 


69 836 




1 515 364 


212 


229 


212 229 




2 118 530 


323 


896 


323 896 


5985020 


CHEMICAL PRODUCTS AND PREPARATIONS, ORG 




_ 


3 153 


519 


3 095 533 




- 


37 


741 


36 196 




- 


415 


775 


415 674 




- 


49 


438 


46 349 




- 


1 474 


518 


1 465 751 




- 


36 


177 


36 436 




- 


467 


687 


459 837 




- 


1 499 


507 


1 508 826 




- 


236 


896 


217 746 




- 


1 218 


459 


1 197 137 




- 


68 


159 


68 159 




- 


15 


824 


15 823 




- 


8 673 


700 


8 563 467 


5985030 


ANIMAL BLACK 










5 265 


9 


982 


9 982 




110 230 


34 


538 


35 038 




400 409 


208 


513 


208 513 




494 328 


212 


401 


212 401 




51 530 


43 


911 


43 912 




3 759 


5 


994 


5 994 




89 286 


21 


870 


21 870 




114 399 


23 


351 


23 351 




43 982 


13 


258 


13 258 




296 115 


149 


424 


149 424 




121 253 


30 


250 


30 250 




6 441 


3 


223 


3 223 




1 736 997 


756 


715 


757 216 


5987000 


GLAZINGS, DRESSINGS AND MORDANTS, PREPA 




77 739 


174 


834 


174 834 




45 000 


29 


983 


29 983 




81 448 


48 


322 


48 322 




45 786 


33 


685 


33 685 




151 500 


86 


061 


86 061 




101 077 


50 


383 


50 045 




502 550 


423 


268 


422 930 



15 194 

17 062 

15 630 

507 383 

29 168 

66 169 

63 996 

43 572 

107 022 

28 970 

150 111 

13 908 

206 487 

13 820 

27 300 

1 693 

1 307 485 



110 726 
117 023 
227 749 



30 094 
30 094 



13 733 

30 435 

86 763 

294 229 

425 160 



173 985 

36 196 

429 922 

50 592 

575 755 

43 780 

537 561 

637 182 

243 507 

326 222 

74 660 

18 746 

148 108 



10 799 
35 038 

237 271 

229 989 
47 523 
7 383 
26 358 
28 258 
15 745 

169 341 

34 939 

4 605 

847 249 



181 997 
31 772 
52 809 
37 595 
95 543 
58 476 

458 192 



29 


049 


15 112 


33 


113 


13 143 


36 


376 


13 200 


1 120 


748 


458 332 


80 


000 


25 511 


160 


000 


56 840 


160 


220 


56 391 


120 


000 


40 185 


184 


637 


96 978 


42 


661 


26 355 


390 


463 


135 922 


35 


825 


11 700 


652 


564 


168 267 


3 


682 


13 427 


80 


000 


23 200 


1 


006 


1 545 


3 130 


344 


1 156 108 






98 349 




- 


117 023 




™ 


215 372 




. 


30 094 




" 


30 094 


68 


220 


13 733 


141 


469 


28 098 


393 


477 


69 836 


1 515 


364 


212 229 


2 118 


530 


323 896 






3 153 519 




- 


37 741 




- 


415 775 




- 


49 438 




- 


1 474 518 




- 


36 177 




- 


467 687 




- 


1 499 507 




- 


236 896 




- 


1 218 459 




- 


68 159 




- 


15 824 






8 673 700 


5 


265 


9 982 


110 


230 


34 538 


400 


409 


208 513 


494 


328 


212 401 


51 


530 


43 911 


3 


759 


5 994 


89 


286 


21 870 


lit 


399 


23 351 


43 


982 


13 258 


296 


115 


149 424 


121 


253 


30 250 


6 


441 


3 223 


1 736 


997 


756 715 


77 


739 


174 834 


45 


000 


29 983 


81 


448 


48 322 


45 


786 


33 685 


151 


500 


86 061 


101 


077 


50 383 


502 


550 


423 268 



15 


194 


13 


143 


13 


200 


458 


332 


25 


511 


56 


840 


56 


391 


40 


185 


96 


978 


26 


355 


135 


922 


11 


700 


168 


267 


13 


427 


23 


200 


1 


545 


156 


190 


107 


454 


117 


023 


224 


477 


30 


094 


30 


094 


(LB 




13 


733 


28 


098 


69 


836 


212 


229 


323 


896 


095 


533 


36 


196 


415 


674 


46 


349 


465 


751 


36 


436 


459 


837 


508 


826 


217 


746 


197 


137 


68 


159 


15 


823 


563 


467 


(LB 




9 


982 


35 


038 


208 


513 


212 


401 


43 


912 


5 


994 


21 


870 


23 


351 


13 


258 


149 


424 


30 


250 


3 


223 


757 


216 


(LB 




174 


834 


29 


983 


48 


322 


33 


685 


86 


061 


50 


045 


422 


930 



15 


194 


17 


062 


15 


630 


507 


383 


29 


168 


66 


169 


63 


996 


43 


572 


107 


022 


28 


970 


150 


HI 


13 


908 


206 


467 


13 


820 


27 


300 


1 


693 


307 


485 


110 


726 


117 


023 


227 


749 


30 


094 


30 


094 


13 


733 


30 


435 


86 


763 


294 


229 


425 


160 


173 


985 


36 


196 


429 


922 


50 


592 


575 


755 


43 


780 


537 


561 


637 


182 


243 


507 


326 


222 


74 


660 


18 


746 


148 


108 


10 


799 


35 


038 


237 


271 


229 


989 


47 


523 


7 


383 


26 


358 


28 


253 


15 


745 


169 


341 


34 


939 


4 


605 


847 


249 


181 


997 


31 


772 


52 


809 


37 


595 


95 


543 


58 


476 


458 


192 



2-106 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s.. and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Ejplanition ol Suiiftia" lor inlormit.on on c(Mri9t. dilt ot .mpofUl.oo. dtl.nmoni ol Cunomi ,Uj MtfcJ.I .Hum. wuttiol wo. .■> tM d»w 1 ~«vm) M «h« td.miiM M !>•<■ 

ol the import tuUHca. Sh.pmerm valued lem Ihan S251 m ihown only undei Scntduta A commod.i, nutnbti 910 0000 and titiuded t.om Kl oft* iw>. 



Country 
of 



1 1 a \ c 



icy nuBticr. ......ri|i!i 



Curmii month 



quuilt It) 



Value (dollar*) 









■ War. I 



6112000 

U KING 

FR GERM 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

6113010 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

DOM REP 

ARGENT 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

S«ITZLD 

POLAND 

PORTUGL 

ITALY 

INDIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6113025 

MEXICO 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

U KING 

NETHLOS 

I NO I A 

TOTAL 

6113045 

CANADA 

ARGENT 

U KING 

AUSTRIA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6114010 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

FINLAND 

U KING 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

ITALY 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6114025 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C RICA 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

NORWAY 

U KING 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6114035 

CANADA 

URUGUAY 

ARGENT 

U KING 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

TOTAL 



LEATHERBOARD 

82 626 

190 53"» 

6 650 

279 815 



37 403 

267 560 

3 951 

308 91* 



36 103 

267 556 

3 951 

307 912 



»1 599 

269 040 

- •-• 

335 l8i 



calf and kip upper leather 

HI 674 

7 875 

10 000 
636 967 
1?2 329 
738 352 

89 818 

35 292 

59 31* 

!69 916 

11 317 
73 516 
15 175 

« 974 
1 317 113 2 086 519 

Calf and kip lining leather 



37 


532 


2 


486 


10 


127 


69" 


713 


52 


893 


319 


376 


31 


083 


12 


54 1 


23 


008 


76 


181 


4 


135 


29 


394 


17 


151 


6 


150 



16 716 
180 533 
538 372 
106 30? 

10 116 
367 917 
519 958 



21 75* 

109 690 

f? --• 

107 929 

27 638 

i36 in 

1 379 173 



Calf and kip LtAT-EP» -.spf 



9 920 

91 500 

12 683 

1 365 

1 650 

153 118 



15 872 

82 014 

»} 99* 

> ::: 

8 532 

163 727 



UPHOLSTERY LEATHER 



9 000 

588 382 

8 000 

56 639 

118 780 

11 569 

17 546 

17 619 

3 863 

861 428 



11 250 

164 582 

7 600 

90 238 

166 913 

50 764 

43 882 

25 237 

10 376 

870 842 



BOVINE UPPER LEATHER, SOT FANCY 



503 430 
590 769 
219 927 
203 388 

1 239 221 
106 084 

4 108 593 

10 238 
9 738 

11 163 
78 010 
35 480 
64 647 
13 573 

8 149 
7 232 413 



429 529 

273 059 

163 994 

169 970 

637 758 

-.- : t c : 

325 112 
22 «53 
19 462 
15 706 
46 366 
58 058 
38 401 
11 030 
11 434 

323 983 



BOVINE BELTING LEATHER/ NOT FANCY 



28 228 

100 540 

60 228 

37 157 

53 699 

28 071 

307 923 



54 050 

75 424 

61 225 

94 301 

84 695 

38 404 

408 099 



113 537 


113 537 


7 875 


7 875 


10 000 


10 307 


635 387 


657 659 


122 329 


126 102 


718 352 


760 409 


89 818 


95 45t 


35 292 


37 176 


59 314 


59 957 


169 946 


172 333 


11 ' 




73 516 


75 236 


15 


17 232 


4 97* 


5 689 


2 096 832 


2 150 435 


24 


25 134 


109 690 


113 773 


439 495 


45* COS 


379 015 


366 906 


27 838 


29 485 


136 477 


PC 757 


1 117 269 


1 160 062 


17 731 


17 731 


82 014 


65 923 


42 994 


- .' til 


14 • 


15 216 


8 532 


8 996 


165 586 


171 579 


II 250 


11 609 


464 582 


i78 276 


7 600 


8 626 


90 238 




166 913 


175 268 


50 764 


53 120 


44 262 


45 145 


25 237 


26 171 


10 376 


10 802 


871 222 
Y 

433 572 


904 047 


433 572 


273 559 


273 559 


163 994 


169 608 


169 970 


. "- •' 


637 798 


677 132 


101 651 


108 358 


3 273 071 


3 392 566 


22 453 


25 829 


19 393 


20 665 


15 706 


16 346 


46 366 


51 762 


58 058 


61 534 


37 992 


48 226 


11 030 


11 746 


11 434 


12 818 


5 276 047 


5 478 653 


54 186 


54 186 


75 424 


66 870 


61 225 


67 704 


94 614 


97 408 


84 695 


88 749 


38 404 


13 066 


408 548 


137 983 



62 


626 


190 


539 


6 


■ 


279 


615 


37 


532 


2 


«66 


10 


127 


694 


7l3 


52 


893 


319 


376 


31 


063 


12 


5*1 


23 


0*8 


76 


161 


4 


-" 


29 


394 


P 


154 


6 


150 


1 317 


113 


16 


718 


180 


533 




372 


4 06 


302 


40 


116 


367 


9,7 


1 549 


956 


9 






500 


42 


663 


4 


365 


* 


650 


:53 


116 


9 


000 


588 


382 


6 


000 


56 


639 


118 


760 


41 


569 


17 


546 


17 


649 


3 


863 


861 


428 


503 


430 


590 


769 




927 


203 


368 


1 239 


ii' 


106 


i- 


4 108 


593 


10 


238 


9 


738 


11 


163 


78 


OlO 


35 


480 


64 


647 


13 


573 


8 


149 


7 232 


•13 


28 


226 


100 


540 


60 


228 


37 


157 


53 


699 


28 


071 


307 


923 



37 «03 


36 *03 


267 560 


267 558 


3 951 


3 951 


306 91* 


307 912 




(SFT) 


111 67* 


113 537 


7 875 


7 675 


10 000 


10 000 


636 967 


635 J67 


122 329 


122 329 


738 352 


716 352 


69 816 


69 618 


35 21-2 


• 


59 ' 


59 31* 


169 946 


169 9*6 


. '17 


11 317 


16 


73 516 


15 ; 


■ 


- . - 


« 97* 


066 5*9 


2 096 632 




(JFT) 


2* 75* 


- 


. . >90 


109 690 


672 «6S 


»39 1V5 


- - • 


379 015 


c36 


^7 636 


. '• 1 


136 x77 


379 i?J 


1 117 269 




(S^T) 


15 872 


17 731 


62 01* 


62 01* 


.9* 


■ 


- .'15 


1* 315 


8 532 


6 M2 


163 727 


165 566 




(SFT) 


11 250 


11 250 


464 562 


46* 562 


7 600 


7 600 


90 238 


90 238 




166 913 


50 1 


50 76* 


43 882 




25 237 


25 237 


10 376 


10 376 


670 - 


871 222 




(SFT) 


•29 


' 572 


273 C59 


273 559 


163 99* 


163 994 


169 970 


169 970 


637 758 


637 798 


- . 651 


101 651 


325 112 


3 273 071 


22 453 


22 453 


19 962 


19 393 


15 706 


15 706 


46 366 


15 36% 


58 058 


56 058 


- - . 


37 992 


11 030 


11 030 


11 434 


. . -J- 


323 963 


5 276 047 




(SFT) 


54 050 


54 186 


75 424 


75 424 


61 225 


61 225 


94 3C1 


v - -. : - 


84 695 


84 695 


38 404 


38 404 


408 099 


408 548 



41 


599 


269 


040 


- 


545 


335 


164 


113 


537 


7 


675 


10 


307 


657 


659 


126 


102 


760 


409 


95 


454 


37 


176 


59 


V57 


172 


33J 


11 


467 


75 


<36 


17 


232 


5 


669 


2 150 


435 


25 


1 >* 


113 


773 


454 


005 


366 


V08 


29 


185 


170 


757 1 


1 160 


062 


17 


731 


65 


V23 


43 


711 


15 


216 


6 


996 


171 


579 


11 


609 


478 


276 


8 


626 


94 


807 


175 


266 


53 


120 


45 


145 


26 


174 


10 


602 


104 


047 


433 


572 


273 


559 


169 


608 


174 


932 


677 


132 


108 


358 


3 392 


566 


25 


829 


20 


665 


16 


346 


51 


762 


61 


534 


48 


226 


11 


7*6 


12 


111 


5 478 


653 


54 


166 


86 


870 


67 


704 


97 


406 


86 


719 


43 


066 


437 


963 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-107 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $25) are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



6114045 


BOVINE GLOVE 


AND 


GARMENT LEATHER, NOT FANCY 














(SFT1 








6 


573 




9 


265 




9 


396 


9 


396 


6 


573 


9 


265 


9 


396 


9 396 




9 


100 




12 


600 




12 


600 


14 


635 


9 


100 


12 


600 


12 


600 


14 635 




159 


263 




64 


055 




64 


055 


67 


780 


159 


263 


64 


055 


64 


055 


67 780 


URUGUAY 


is 


481 




14 


147 




14 


147 


15 


895 


15 


481 


14 


147 


14 


147 


15 895 




2 579 


860 


1 


865 


605 


1 


865 


605 


1 932 


941 


2 579 


860 


1 865 


605 


1 865 


605 


1 932 941 




12 


684 




18 


061 




18 


061 


19 


340 


12 


684 


18 


061 


18 


061 


19 340 




4 


255 




5 


846 




5 


846 


6 


368 


4 


255 


5 


846 


5 


846 


6 368 




93 


000 




70 


327 




70 


327 


71 


660 


93 


000 


70 


327 


70 


327 


71 660 




e 


987 




11 


183 




11 


183 


11 


497 


8 


987 


11 


183 


11 


183 


11 497 




2 


484 




4 


932 




4 


932 


5 


286 


2 


484 


4 


932 


4 


932 


5 286 




2 891 


687 


2 


076 


021 


2 


076 


152 


2 154 


798 


2 891 


687 


2 076 


021 


2 076 


152 


2 154 798 


6114055 


LEATHER, BOVINE, 


NSPF, NOT FANCY 


























_ 




273 


720 




276 


129 


276 


129 




. 


273 


720 


276 


129 


276 129 






- 




108 


991 




108 


991 


109 


082 




- 


108 


991 


108 


991 


109 082 






- 




95 


362 




95 


362 


97 


867 




- 


95 


362 


95 


362 


97 867 






- 




327 


304 




327 


304 


340 


737 




- 


327 


304 


327 


304 


340 737 






- 




238 


853 




238 


853 


247 


309 




- 


238 


853 


238 


853 


247 309 






- 


2 


02? 


836 


2 


023 


031 


2 099 


938 




- 


2 022 


836 


2 023 


031 


2 099 938 






- 




54 


645 




55 


332 


58 


220 




- 


54 


645 


55 


332 


58 220 






- 




44 


517 




44 


517 


46 


210 




- 


44 


517 


44 


517 


46 210 






- 




24 


942 




24 


540 


26 


994 




- 


24 


942 


24 


540 


26 994 






- 




6 


848 




6 


848 


7 


341 




- 


6 


848 


6 


848 


7 341 






- 




757 


830 




753 


830 


841 


767 




- 


753 


830 


753 


830 


841 767 






- 




65 


824 




65 


824 


75 


066 




- 


65 


824 


65 


824 


75 066 






- 




217 


301 




217 


301 


227 


315 




- 


217 


301 


217 


301 


227 315 


JAPAN 




- 




20 


600 




20 


600 


21 


332 




- 


20 


600 


20 


600 


21 332 






- 




75 


170 




75 


170 


78 


400 




- 


75 


170 


75 


170 


78 400 






- 




6 


458 




6 


458 


7 


564 




- 


6 


458 


6 


458 


7 564 






- 


4 


337 


201 


4 


340 


090 


4 561 


271 




- 


4 337 


201 


4 340 


090 


4 561 271 


6114065 


fancy 


LEATHEF 


, NSPF 






















(SFT 








206 


611 




159 


389 




160 


933 


160 


933 


206 


611 


159 


389 


160 


933 


160 933 




70 


157 




99 


971 




100 


351 


100 


814 


70 


157 


99 


971 


100 


351 


100 814 




123 


484 




101 


753 




101 


753 


104 


282 


123 


484 


101 


753 


101 


753 


104 282 




216 


763 




173 


123 




173 


123 


182 


896 


216 


763 


173 


123 


173 


123 


182 896 


AR6ENT 


386 


046 




314 


302 




295 


103 


307 


829 


386 


046 


314 


302 


295 


103 


307 829 




5 


203 




9 


088 




9 


090 


9 


532 


5 


203 


9 


088 


9 


090 


9 532 




154 


333 




95 


914 




95 


914 


110 


968 


154 


333 


95 


914 


95 


914 


110 968 






940 




2 


050 




2 


050 


2 


227 




940 


2 


050 


2 


050 


2 227 




1 163 


537 




955 


590 




938 


317 


979 


481 


1 163 


537 


955 


590 


938 


317 


979 481 


6115000 


SHEEP 


AND LAMB LEATHER/ NOT 


FANCY 


























- 




61 


226 




61 


226 


63 


397 




. 


61 


226 


61 


226 


63 397 






- 




7 


424 




7 


424 


8 


292 




- 


7 


424 


7 


424 


8 292 






- 




5 


463 




5 


463 


5 


781 




- 


5 


463 


5 


463 


5 781 






- 




498 


627 




470 


344 


483 


804 




- 


498 


627 


470 


344 


483 804 






- 




52 


540 




52 


540 


55 


163 




- 


52 


540 


52 


540 


55 163 






- 




40 


504 




41 


681 


43 


397 




- 


40 


504 


41 


681 


43 397 






- 




59 


472 




59 


472 


65 


925 




- 


59 


472 


59 


472 


65 925 






- 




138 


828 




138 


828 


144 


953 




- 


138 


828 


138 


828 


144 953 






- 




9 


318 




9 


318 


10 


903 




- 


9 


318 


9 


318 


10 903 






- 




873 


402 




846 


296 


881 


615 




- 


873 


402 


846 


296 


881 615 


6116120 


GOAT LEATHER, 


VEGETABLE TANNED* 


NOT 


FANCY 














(LB 








2 


800 




9 


993 




9 


993 


10 


410 


2 


800 


9 


993 


9 


993 


10 410 






902 




1 


144 




1 


144 


1 


485 




902 


1 


144 


1 


144 


1 485 




3 


702 




11 


137 




11 


137 


11 


895 


3 


702 


11 


137 


11 


137 


11 895 


6116140 


goat and kid 


LEATHER, 


NOT FANCY 


, NSPF 














(SFT 








40 


662 




44 


728 




44 


728 


46 


302 


40 


662 


44 


728 


44 


728 


46 302 




27 


554 




35 


516 




35 


516 


36 


925 


27 


554 


35 


516 


35 


516 


36 925 




71 


053 




97 


705 




94 


705 


97 


595 


71 


053 


97 


705 


94 


705 


97 595 




42 


917 




68 


621 




68 


621 


71 


269 


42 


917 


68 


621 


68 


621 


71 269 




47 


221 




72 


115 




72 


115 


75 


330 


47 


221 


72 


115 


72 


115 


75 330 




36 


381 




68 


921 




68 


921 


71 


165 


36 


381 


68 


921 


68 


921 


71 165 




359 


532 




532 


846 




532 


846 


553 


110 


359 


532 


532 


846 


532 


846 


553 110 




117 


996 




189 


422 




189 


422 


204 


576 


117 


996 


189 


422 


189 


422 


204 576 




2 805 


811 


2 


973 


551 


2 


974 


447 


3 252 


936 


2 805 


811 


2 973 


551 


2 974 


447 


3 252 936 




3 


102 




4 


729 




4 


907 


5 


397 


3 


102 


4 


729 


4 


907 


5 397 




3 552 


229 


4 


088 


154 


4 


086 


228 


4 414 


605 


3 552 


229 


4 088 


154 


4 086 


228 


4 414 605 


6116160 


GOAT 


IND KID 


LEATHER 


. FANCY 




















(SFT 


1 






1 


623 




10 


101 




10 


101 


10 


442 


1 


623 


10 


101 


10 


101 


10 442 




22 


457 




24 


980 




24 


980 


27 


359 


22 


457 


24 


980 


24 


980 


27 359 




1 


573 




2 


982 




2 


982 


3 


205 


1 


573 


2 


982 


2 


982 


3 205 




25 


653 




38 


063 




38 


063 


41 


006 


25 


653 


38 


063 


38 


063 


41 006 



2-108 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "ExplwMion of Sutiitia" lor inlormetion on towitoe. dele ot imposition, definition! of Cuttomi I .»j . end c i f ««u«i lauitti o! nw in the i*t C ' end mkr de iimiiom end •tet.na 

ol the import muDia Shipmtnti velufd k* then S?5I we ihown only under Schedule A commodity numbei 990 ODCD end e*dud»d Itom ell ofJwi com*-. 

lie A coaevodlty number, do*. 





«, unrni north 




'■Mum lodllr 


Count ry 




■ 


qui' ' 






_ 1 , 




1 van 







6116900 

CANAOA 

MEXICO 

HAITI 

eonviA 

BRAZIL 

PABAGUA 

ARGENT 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

GERM OR 

SalTZLD 

YUGOSLV 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6116100 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6118200 

U KING 

TOTAL 

6118300 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

L KING 

BELGIUM 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6121000 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6122025 

GUATMAL 

DENMARK 

U KING 

FR GERM 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6122040 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

PARAGUA 

ARGENT 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SWITZLD 

SPAIN 

INDIA 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



LEATHER, NSPF, NOT FANCY/ INCLUDING CHAMOIS, EXCEPT OIL-' 

12 672 
17 291 
10 539 

26 923 
100 109 

71 1P5 

398 153 

54 620 

92 501 

108 085 

17* 030 

27 973 
21. 679 

129 223 

-72 

17 fc-48 

:i5 

- 560 
• 198 

CHAMOIS LEATHER, OIL-TANNED 



•139 073 

32t 936 

7 092 

600 

773 703 



376 3«1 

?45 162 

11 625 

1 604 

634 732 



parchment and vellum 



! 

patent leather 

99 7*6 
35 021 

39 358 

6 906 

.- 220 

2 655 

197 906 



10 272 
10 272 



9ft 205 

36 856 

54 682 

11 084 

15 534 

2 202 

216 563 



u 550 
739 

6 176 
604 

5 948 

468 

187 

25 996 



43 - : 

9 942 

38 353 

5 799 
28 305 
It "05 

6 000 
2 491 

162 586 



HARNESS, SADDLES, SADDLERY AND PARTS 



26 


338 


8 


518 


36 


100 


90 


604 


217 


150 


197 


832 


70 


724 


2 


666 


600 


332 


17 


072 


94 


480 


14 


896 


75 


356 


334 


706 


30 


079 


50 


464 


59 


271 


7 


442 


19 


799 


5 


567 


6 


484 


6 


437 


722 


C73 



13 


339 


17 


291 


10 


539 


26 


923 


100 


109 


71 


165 


398 


153 


54 


620 


92 


501 


109 


085 




030 


27 


973 


24 


679 


129 


223 


105 


466 




646 


94 


315 


14 


580 


476 


861 


376 


341 




162 


11 


625 


1 


604 


634 


732 


10 


272 


10 


272 


96 


205 


36 


657 


54 


662 




084 


15 


534 


2 


202 


216 


564 


KHI< 




43 


341 


9 


942 


38 


353 


5 


799 


28 


305 


27 


627 


6 


000 


2 


941 


161 


606 


26 


336 


8 


518 


36 


100 


40 


866 


217 


150 


198 


840 


70 


724 


2 


866 


601 


402 


PARTS 


17 


216 


94 


770 


14 


896 


75 


356 


334 


767 


30 


079 


50 


483 


59 


271 


7 


442 


19 


799 


5 


567 


6 


483 


6 


437 


722 


566 



BELTING LEATHER In FIMSHED OR SE- 1 - c I N I MEO FORM OR SHA«E FCR COMVEMIO* ^0 BELTING 



13 


339 


17 


291 


10 


857 


30 


249 


106 


026 


73 


2»0 


516 


762 


56 


436 


95 


M! 


107 




181 


467 


26 


922 


26 


726 


132 


435 


115 


961 


18 




98 




16 


615 


1 649 


423 


392 


Ml 


255 




12 


462 


1 


651 


661 


990 


: 


419 


10 


• 19 


100 


391 


36 


77; 


56 


372 


11 


76- 


15 


985 


3 


--' 


227 


047 


FORM 


3R S 




267 


10 


156 


39 


364 


5 


Ml 


29 




29 


369 


6 


163 


2 


776 



439 073 
326 936 

600 
773 7 3 



130 



99 746 

35 021 

39 35» 

6 9o6 

14 22C 

2 655 

197 9q6 



12 672 

17 291 

10 539 

26 923 
100 109 

71 165 

396 153 

54 620 

92 501 

104 0*5 
174 030 

27 973 
24 679 

129 223 

105 472 
17 646 
94 315 
14 580 

47ft 196 



37ft 34j 

• •• 

11 625 

1 604 

634 732 



10 272 

10 272 



96 205 

36 656 

54 662 

II . - - 

15 534 

2 2C2 

216 563 



166 175 



4 550 
739 

6 176 
60* 

7 30« 

5 948 
466 
167 

25 996 



. .-, 

36 353 

5 799 

26 3C5 

26 405 

6 OCO 

162 566 



LEASHES, COLLARS, MUZZLES, HARNESSES ASQ SIMILAR DOG EOUIPHENT 



26 


528 


6 




37 





»a 


379 


238 


795 


213 


365 


75 


6*3 


3 


175 


6<»ft 


029 


17 


310 


94 


770 


17 


-:- 


63 


260 


349 


175 


31 


050 


52 


945 


61 


845 


6 


-:- 


23 


745 


5 


90C 


7 


021 


7 


343 


760 


202 



26 


SSI 


6 


518 


36 


100 


«o 


804 


217 


150 


197 


832 


70 


724 


2 


-• I 


600 


332 


17 


072 


94 


480 


14 


696 


75 


356 


334 


706 


30 


C79 


50 


484 


59 


271 


7 


--2 


19 


799 


5 


567 


6 


•84 


6 


437 


722 


073 



13 


339 


17 


291 


10 


539 


26 


923 


100 


109 


71 


165 


396 


153 


54 


620 


92 


501 




065 




030 


27 


973 


24 


679 


129 


223 


105 


466 


17 


646 


94 


315 




560 


476 


661 


SFT 




376 


341 


245 


162 


11 


625 


1 


604 


634 


732 


(LB 




10 


272 


10 


272 


»FT 




96 


205 


36 


657 


54 


662 


11 


064 


15 


534 


. 


202 


216 


564 


(LB) 


• 3 


341 


9 


942 


38 


353 


5 


799 


28 


305 


27 


627 


6 


000 


i 


M)l 


161 


ece 


26 


336 


8 


516 


36 


100 


40 


666 


217 


150 


198 


640 


70 


724 


2 


666 


601 


402 


17 


216 


94 


770 


14 


696 


75 


356 


334 


767 


30 


079 


50 


483 


59 


271 


7 


•- 


19 


799 


5 


567 


6 


483 


6 


437 


722 


566 



13 339 

17 *91 

10 657 

30 249 

106 026 

73 |«a 

516 762 
56 436 

95 545 

107 947 
161 467 

26 922 

26 726 

132 435 

115 V61 

16 746 

96 565 
16 615 

649 423 



392 571 
255 306 

12 462 

1 651 

661 V90 



10 419 

10 419 



100 391 
36 772 
56 372 

11 764 

:•- IBS 

3 743 

227 047 



45 267 

10 156 

39 364 

5 967 
29 051 
29 369 

6 163 
2 776 

168 175 



26 526 

8 660 

37 444 

42 379 

238 795 

213 385 

75 663 

3 175 

M4 . 1 g 



17 310 
94 770 
17 414 

13 2M 

349 175 

31 050 

52 945 

61 645 

8 404 

23 745 

5 900 

7 021 

- 343 

760 202 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-109 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY {other countries}, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 











Schedule A commodity number, descr 


Lption 


and unit of quantity 
















Current 


month 








Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 






Value (dollars) 




Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 




Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


6123050 


LEATHER 


, RUBBER AND PLASTICS* CUT OR SHAPED, FOR CONVERSION INTO FOOTWEAR 














_ 


383 


248 


390 


391 


390 


518 


- 


383 


248 


390 


391 


390 518 






- 


614 


599 


615 


541 


616 


514 


- 


614 


599 


615 


541 


616 514 


SALVADR 




- 


190 


966 


190 


266 


192 


516 


- 


190 


966 


190 


266 


192 516 






- 


382 


746 


382 


746 


394 


099 


- 


382 


746 


362 


746 


394 099 






- 


446 


250 


446 


250 


455 


885 


- 


446 


?50 


446 


250 


455 885 






- 


17 


250 


17 


250 


17 


663 


- 


17 


?50 


17 


250 


17 663 






- 


360 


063 


360 


103 


398 


341 


- 


360 


063 


360 


103 


398 341 






- 


19 


856 


19 


856 


21 


005 


- 


19 


856 


19 


856 


21 005 






- 


57 


168 


57 


168 


62 


713 


- 


57 


168 


57 


168 


62 713 






- 


52 


353 


52 


353 


56 


114 


- 


52 


353 


52 


353 


56 114 






- 


93 


335 


93 


568 


99 


485 


- 


93 


335 


93 


568 


99 485 






- 


93 


930 


95 


844 


98 


191 


- 


93 


930 


95 


844 


98 191 






- 


30 


858 


30 


858 


32 


198 


- 


30 


858 


30 


858 


32 198 






- 


67 


147 


67 


174 


78 


325 


- 


67 


147 


67 


174 


78 325 






- 


326 


210 


326 


225 


383 


311 


- 


326 


210 


326 


225 


383 311 






- 


496 


680 


496 


680 


539 


845 


- 


496 


680 


496 


680 


539 845 






- 


14 


296 


14 


296 


14 


896 


- 


14 


?96 


14 


296 


14 896 






- 


9 


088 


9 


088 


10 


485 


- 


9 


088 


9 


088 


10 485 






- 


1 461 


306 


1 461 


306 


1 548 


711 


- 


1 461 


306 


1 461 


306 


1 548 711 






- 


69 


125 


69 


125 


74 


366 


- 


69 


125 


69 


125 


74 366 






- 


1 048 


890 


1 049 


965 


1 114 


052 


- 


1 048 


890 


1 049 


965 


1 114 052 






- 


12 


962 


13 


205 


14 


208 


- 


12 


962 


13 


205 


14 208 






- 


11 


075 


11 


075 


11 


850 


- 


11 


075 


11 


075 


11 850 






- 


7 


891 


7 


891 


8 


615 


- 


7 


891 


7 


891 


8 615 






- 


6 267 


292 


6 278 


224 


6 633 


906 


- 


6 267 


292 


6 278 


224 


6 633 906 


6129020 


LEATHER 


STRAPS AND STROPS 


























_ 


5 


466 


5 


466 


5 


530 


_ 


5 


466 


5 


466 


5 530 






- 


9 


630 


9 


630 


9 


787 


- 


9 


630 


9 


630 


9 787 






- 


10 


591 


10 


591 


11 


108 


- 


10 


591 


10 


591 


11 108 






- 


12 


578 


12 


578 


12 


910 


- 


12 


578 


12 


578 


12 910 






- 


9 


203 


9 


204 


9 


480 


- 


9 


?03 


9 


204 


9 480 






- 


147 


644 


147 


644 


155 


381 


- 


147 


644 


147 


644 


155 381 


SWITZLD 




- 


152 


454 


152 


454 


154 


599 


- 


152 


454 


152 


454 


154 599 






- 


21 


948 


21 


578 


22 


092 


- 


21 


948 


21 


578 


22 092 






- 


10 


988 


10 


988 


11 


383 


- 


10 


988 


10 


986 


11 383 






- 


17 


613 


17 


613 


18 


164 


- 


17 


613 


17 


613 


18 164 






- 


9 


403 


9 


403 


9 


723 


- 


9 


403 


9 


403 


9 723 






- 


27 


650 


27 


650 


28 


145 


- 


27 


650 


27 


650 


28 145 






- 


3 


136 


3 


136 


3 


221 


- 


3 


136 


3 


136 


3 221 






- 


438 


304 


437 


935 


451 


523 


- 


438 


304 


437 


935 


451 523 


6129040 


LEATHER 


ARTICLES, NSPF, BOOK BINDINGS, COVERS, SHOE LACES ETC MADE IN 


PART OF LEATHEF 












- 


99 


445 


99 


644 


99 


663 


. 


99 


445 


99 


644 


99 663 






- 


33 


557 


33 


559 


33 


848 


- 


33 


557 


33 


559 


33 848 






- 


23 


225 


23 


225 


24 


235 


- 


23 


225 


23 


225 


24 235 






- 


133 


512 


133 


512 


153 


674 


- 


133 


512 


133 


512 


153 674 






- 


56 


271 


56 


271 


61 


752 


- 


56 


271 


56 


271 


61 752 






- 


48 


095 


48 


095 


54 


277 


- 


48 


095 


48 


095 


54 277 






- 


151 


678 


151 


678 


161 


054 


- 


151 


678 


151 


678 


161 054 






- 


30 


400 


30 


397 


33 


048 


- 


30 


400 


30 


397 


33 046 






- 


187 


699 


187 


699 


196 


055 


- 


187 


699 


187 


699 


196 055 






- 


41 


978 


41 


946 


45 


408 


. 


41 


978 


41 


946 


45 408 






- 


47 


677 


47 


676 


53 


192 


- 


47 


677 


47 


676 


53 192 






- 


10 


000 


10 


000 


11 


730 


- 


10 


000 


10 


000 


11 730 






- 


220 


584 


220 


658 


230 


083 


- 


220 


584 


220 


658 


230 083 






- 


19 


525 


19 


525 


20 


741 


- 


19 


525 


19 


525 


20 741 






- 


216 


802 


216 


002 


242 


888 


- 


216 


802 


216 


002 


242 688 






- 


265 


100 


262 


070 


300 


104 


- 


265 


100 


262 


070 


300 104 






- 


40 


128 


39 


638 


41 


347 


- 


40 


128 


39 


638 


41 347 






- 


139 


394 


139 


579 


166 


195 


- 


139 


394 


139 


579 


166 195 






- 


51 


292 


52 


335 


58 


348 


- 


51 


?92 


52 


335 


58 348 






- 


28 


972 


28 


976 


34 


053 


- 


26 


972 


28 


976 


34 053 






- 


1 845 


334 


1 842 


485 


2 021 


695 


- 


I 845 


334 


1 842 


485 


2 021 695 


6130010 


PLATES, 


MATS, LININGS, STRIPS, CROSSES AND SIMILAR 


FORMS, OF FURSKINS, 


DRESSED 














- 


5 


980 


5 


980 


6 


217 


_ 


5 


980 


5 


980 


6 217 






- 


20 


366 


20 


366 


20 


725 


- 


20 


366 


20 


366 


20 725 






- 


48 


105 


48 


105 


48 


580 


- 


48 


105 


46 


105 


48 580 






- 


73 


607 


73 


607 


90 


696 


- 


73 


607 


73 


607 


90 696 






- 


11 


822 


11 


822 


12 


650 


- 


11 


822 


11 


822 


12 650 






- 


159 


880 


159 


880 


176 


868 


- 


159 


880 


159 


860 


178 866 


6130025 


FuRSKINS, 


■OX NSPF, MINK, 


PERSIAN LAMB AND CARACUL, DRESSED AND DYED OR DRESSED ONLY 


(NO 


1 






2 954 


64 


097 


64 


097 


65 


349 


2 954 


64 


097 


64 


097 


65 349 




4 548 


105 


884 


105 


884 


107 


392 


4 548 


105 


884 


105 


884 


107 392 






84 


5 


655 


5 


655 


6 


046 


84 


5 


655 


5 


655 


6 046 




7 586 


175 


636 


175 


636 


178 


787 


7 586 


175 


636 


175 


636 


178 787 



2-110 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f Values Continued 

(%ei "EKplwiation of Sutifto" tor information on covaranj. dm of imporw.on. definition! of Cujtoim. t»J . and c ■ I **<m. ton 'at of *n< ■ B>t data. OTM CTY loihr c<wt>*al a*> ott... detmniom one Imm 
of tfit anpon rutm.a Shipmtno valued to* Own S2 5 1 are mown only undtr Sd>edu4- A com-wd.iv numo* 990 0000 and ..duded flow «i otm n»m<il»l 







Schedule A caeeaodlly nuatxrr. description 


and unit ot quai-' 








ncnl monih 


( umuljii.r iinuar> H Jn> 


Country 


Not 
quant 1 ty 

I 


Value (oollara) 


Kat 

qua- ' 




origin 


Cub toaia 


f.a.a. 


C.l.f . 


1 ■ .<•» 


1 • 


• 



6130030 

CANADA 

FR GERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6130040 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

TOTAL 

6130050 

CANADA 

ARGENT 

ICELAND 

U KING 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

N ZEAL 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6251000 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

BRAZIL 

SnEDEN 

U KING 

IRELAND 

NETMLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

GERM DR 

AUSTRIA 

CZECH0 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

YUG0SLV 

ISRAEL 

K0R REP 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

N ZEAL 

TOTAL 

6252000 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

SiEDEN 

FINLAND 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGIUM 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

GERM OR 

CZECH0 

HUNGARY 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

INDIA 

MALAYSA 

K0R REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6257010 

BRAZIL 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 



FuRSKINS. "HOLE DRESSED, BEAVER, OCELOT, «ClF, SABLE, 0TTE*, MARTEN, PONY, RACCOON, ETC 



(NO) 



569 

2 3<t8 

6 

2 923 



21 169 

16 531 

390 

66 090 



21 171 

• 6 531 

390 

68 092 



21 3S0 
«6 555 

• 36 
70 371 



FuRSKINS, RABBIT, .HOLE, DRESSED, ■METMER OR NOT OYED 



5 525 

2 500 

m5 ooo 

153 025 
FuRSKINS. 



15 327 

11 090 

62 "'6a) 

109 181 



37 159 

16 500 

29 771 

21 797 

14 1«0 

165 96* 

23 60* 

5 131 

40 797 

I. --' 

367 363 



15 327 

11 090 

82 764 

109 181 



37 291 

16 500 

29 771 

21 797 

It 160 

165 96* 

23 604 

5 131 

40 797 

12 440 

367 495 



16 052 

11 250 

86 596 

113 900 



37 555 

17 232 

32 391 

23 57m 

:- IM 

17« 53m 

25 97* 

5 668 

«2 600 

13 533 

387 750 



PASSENGER CAR TIRES, PNEUMATIC. •»£■, EXCEPT RECAPPED 



205 195 

19 176 

<47 271 

1 122 

;: Ml 

14 391 

9 527 

4 576 
211 092 

97 492 

6 335 

5 970 
1 000 

227 628 

137 966 

5 760 

7 896 
7 981 

65 720 

1 375 

638 

1 171 162 



6 7J6 

412 

686 

27 

2 622 

233 

209 
6 805 

' -•; 

65 
331 

17 

8 697 

4 985 

73 

166 

49J 

1 589 

17 

17 

38 283 



'-- 
530 
672 
561 
.99 
954 
840 
859 
778 
407 
725 
354 
511 
985 
387 
860 
047 
MM 
697 
039 
653 
807 



5 596 
412 
762 

ri 

1 602 
t*M 
lit 

153 
5 785 

2 527 

65 

120 

17 

8 632 

3 317 

73 

165 

493 

1 563 

17 

17 

32 033 



408 
530 
28C 
561 
850 
367 
468 
256 
568 
796 
725 
031 
511 
716 
298 
660 
931 

MM 

206 
039 
653 
998 



6 717 867 
412 530 
98J 29j 

29 147 

2 461 721 
340 023 
227 993 
208 129 

6 964 775 

3 140 742 

78 494 

275 991 

19 000 

9 239 583 

4 207 501 

83 944 

181 865 

563 626 

1 874 970 

16 7-6 

19 5*5 

38 051 505 



TRUCK AND BUS TIRES, PSEUMATIC, NE», EXCEPT RECAPPED 



3- 133 

554 
1 452 

1 003 
12 510 

9 085 

654 

113 015 

20 183 
22" 
380 

5 226 
8 887 

21 587 

2 303 
2 136 

45 

45 686 

1 652 

98 152 

6 

379 373 



4 582 790 

127 037 

175 606 

132 167 

1 934 591 

1 214 051 
115 490 

13 449 826 

4 161 567 

21 525 

16 565 

596 936 

2 582 856 
4 378 115 

190 021 

90 026 

52 046 

3 198 363 

12 385 

9 892 132 

1 200 

46 925 295 



4 254 

83 

158 

132 

1 337 
799 

67 
10 853 

2 720 

21 

16 

598 

1 924 

2 626 
190 

90 
52 

3 183 

12 

9 712 

1 

38 836 



360 
774 
572 
167 
719 
232 
386 
726 
839 
525 
565 
511 
058 
431 
021 
026 
046 
540 
385 
288 
200 
371 



4 586 
136 
187 
146 

1 880 

1 172 
117 

13 340 

3 636 

24 

19 

667 

2 345 

3 915 
209 
HI 

64 

3 615 

13 

11 210 

1 

47 402 



392 

147 
866 
456 
027 
055 
473 
888 
616 
040 
787 
168 
329 
367 
092 
617 
648 
748 
938 
071 
990 
715 



AIRPLANE TIRES, PNEUMATIC 



216 
35 
30 

233 



18 194 

12 414 

5 886 

5 949 



13 535 

12 414 

5 878 

5 949 



19 245 

13 881 

7 062 

6 449 



569 




21 


169 


21 


171 




21 380 


2 348 




-6 


531 


46 


531 




46 333 


6 






390 




390 




4 36 


2 923 




66 


090 


68 
(NO) 


092 




70 371 


5 525 




15 


327 


15 


327 




16 032 


2 500 




11 


090 


11 


OVO 




11 a-30 


1*5 000 




82 


764 


82 


^64 




66 396 


153 025 




109 


161 


109 


161 




113 V00 


FOR MATTERS, 


ALSO CARROTED 










. 




37 


139 


37 


291 




37 535 


. 




16 


300 


16 


500 




17 232 


- 




29 


. 


a-9 


771 




32 391 


. 




21 


797 


21 


7v7 




23 574 


. 




14 


160 


14 


180 




14 669 


. 




165 


964 


165 


984 




174 534 


- 




' 


604 


23 


604 




25 974 


- 




5 


131 


5 


131 




5 666 


. 




40 


797 


40 


7V7 




42 600 


. 




12 


440 


12 


440 




13 533 






367 


363 


367 
(NO 


495 




387 750 


205 195 


6 


736 


344 


5 396 


*oe 


6 


717 667 


1* 176 




'12 


3 30 


412 


530 




412 530 


47 271 




666 


672 


782 


MM 




985 291 


1 122 




?7 


361 


27 


361 




29 147 


90 646 


< 


622 


499 


1 802 


850 


2 


461 721 


14 391 




--S 


934 




387 




340 023 


9 527 




233 


840 


216 


486 




227 993 


4 576 




MM 


639 


133 


256 




206 129 


211 492 


1 


605 


778 


5 785 


568 


6 


964 775 


97 492 


3 


443 


407 


2 527 


796 


3 


140 742 


8 335 




65 


725 


65 


725 




78 494 


5 970 




331 


354 


120 


031 




275 991 


1 000 




17 


511 


17 


511 




19 000 


227 628 


1 


697 


985 


6 632 


716 


9 


239 583 


137 966 


4 


985 


387 


J 3:7 


2V6 


4 


207 501 


5 760 




73 


II : 


73 


660 




63 *44 


7 696 




166 


047 


165 


931 




161 665 


7 984 




493 


• ! 


493 


904 




563 626 


65 720 


1 


589 


897 


1 563 


206 


1 


874 970 


1 371 




17 


039 


17 


039 




18 746 


638 




LI 


633 


17 


663 




19 545 


171 162 


36 


263 


807 


32 033 

(NO 


996 


36 


051 505 


34 «33 


- 


582 


KHJ 


1 254 


360 


« 


366 392 


554 




127 


037 


63 


774 




136 147 


: -52 




175 


606 


158 


572 




167 666 


1 003 




132 


161 


132 


167 




146 456 


12 510 


1 


934 


591 


1 337 


719 


1 


680 027 


9 085 


1 


i:» 


051 


799 


232 


1 


172 033 


654 




113 


490 


67 


366 




117 473 


113 015 


13 


--■, 


826 


10 853 


726 


13 


340 686 


20 163 


4 


161 


367 


2 720 


639 


3 


636 616 


224 




21 


323 


21 


525 




24 040 


380 




16 


365 


16 


565 




19 787 


5 226 




596 


936 


598 


511 




667 168 


8 887 


2 


562 


656 


1 924 


038 


2 


343 329 


21 587 


4 


378 


115 


2 626 


•31 


3 


913 367 


2 303 




190 


III 


190 


021 




209 092 


2 136 




90 


026 


90 


026 




111 617 


43 




52 


C-6 


52 


046 




64 646 


45 866 


3 


198 


363 


3 183 


340 


3 


615 746 


1 652 




12 


385 


12 


385 




13 938 


98 152 


9 


892 


132 


9 712 


288 


11 


210 071 


6 




1 


200 


1 


200 




1 990 


379 373 


46 


925 


295 


38 836 


371 


47 


402 715 










(NO) 






216 




18 


194 


13 


535 




II <-*- 


35 




12 


414 


12 


414 




13 881 


30 




3 


ee6 


5 


876 




7 062 


233 




5 


9«9 


5 


949 




6 449 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-111 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation ot Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries}, and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 







127 




69 552 




69 552 


75 


038 




127 


69 


552 


69 552 


75 038 






42 




6 650 




6 650 


7 


567 




42 


6 


650 


6 650 


7 567 




1 


161 




170 319 




165 652 


183 


878 


1 


161 


170 


319 


165 652 


183 878 


6257020 


BICYCLE TIRES, PNEUMATIC 


















(NO) 






3 


056 




7 755 




7 755 


8 


278 


3 


056 


7 


755 


7 755 


8 278 




It 


210 




41 718 




41 718 


45 


565 


14 


210 


41 


718 


41 718 


45 565 






525 




7 625 




7 625 


8 


022 




525 


7 


625 


7 625 


8 022 




48 


100 




36 756 




36 756 


41 


432 


48 


100 


36 


756 


36 756 


41 432 




641 


050 




651 206 




651 031 


737 


835 


641 


050 


651 


206 


651 031 


737 835 




759 


624 




692 510 




693 191 


785 


799 


759 


624 


692 


510 


693 191 


785 799 




90 


855 




190 849 




187 262 


211 


146 


90 


855 


190 


849 


167 262 


211 146 






481 




4 172 




4 172 


4 


564 




481 


4 


172 


4 172 


4 564 




1 557 


901 


1 


632 591 


1 


629 510 


1 842 


641 1 


557 


901 


1 632 


591 


1 629 510 


1 842 641 


6257030 


MOTORCYCLE 


TIRES 


. PNEUMATIC, 


NEW, EXCEPT 


RECAPPED 












(NO) 






2 


420 




55 614 




54 264 


56 


866 


2 


420 


55 


614 


54 264 


56 866 




4 


781 




129 353 




94 680 


124 


732 


4 


781 


129 


353 


94 680 


124 732 




44 


235 




706 095 




686 088 


733 


287 


44 


235 


706 


095 


686 088 


733 287 






750 




8 518 




8 518 


9 


549 




750 


8 


518 


8 518 


9 549 




33 


369 




231 029 




231 027 


269 


464 


33 


369 


231 


029 


231 027 


269 464 




35 


465 




402 032 




376 536 


465 


858 


35 


465 


402 


032 


376 536 


465 858 






331 




3 184 




2 768 


5 


295 




331 


3 


184 


2 768 


5 295 




121 


351 


1 


535 825 


1 


453 881 


1 665 


051 


121 


351 


1 535 


825 


1 453 881 


1 665 051 


6257010 


TRACTOR ANC 


IMPLEMENT TIRES, 


PNEUMATIC 














(NO) 






1 


507 




1)47 804 




323 039 


456 


055 


1 


507 


447 


804 


323 039 


456 055 






102 




9 572 




9 572 


10 


814 




102 


9 


572 


9 572 


10 814 






58 




15 521 




7 768 


16 


207 




58 


15 


521 


7 768 


16 207 






276 




9 803 




8 803 


10 


080 




276 


9 


803 


8 803 


10 080 






244 




48 119 




48 125 


52 


615 




244 


48 


119 


48 125 


52 615 






120 




12 030 




12 030 


12 


902 




120 


12 


030 


12 030 


12 902 






652 




58 72H 




58 724 


63 


229 




652 


58 


724 


58 724 


63 229 






206 




33 186 




33 186 


36 


311 




206 


33 


186 


33 186 


36 311 






40 




2 494 




2 492 


2 


885 




40 


2 


H9H 


2 492 


2 885 




3 


205 




637 253 




503 739 


661 


098 


3 


205 


637 


253 


503 739 


661 098 


6257045 


TIRES 


NSPF 


WITH 


^ RIM SIZE OF 


NOT OVER 2' 


INCHES, PNEUMATIC, 


NEW, 


EXCEPT 


RECAPPED 


(NO) 








522 




51 356 




40 495 


51 


764 




522 


51 


356 


40 495 


51 764 




74 


834 




73 451 




73 451 


73 


451 


74 


834 


73 


451 


73 451 


73 451 






616 




35 886 




35 886 


39 


183 




616 


35 


886 


35 886 


39 183 






33 




132 000 




54 820 


137 


019 




33 


132 


000 


54 820 


137 019 






169 




684 362 




459 760 


492 


655 




169 


684 


362 


459 760 


492 655 






211 




13 285 




13 285 


14 


89i) 




211 


13 


285 


13 285 


14 894 






37 




81 676 




58 296 


62 


235 




37 


81 


676 


58 298 


62 235 




5 


780 




412 156 




411 786 


454 


157 


5 


780 


412 


156 


411 786 


454 157 


K0R REP 


12 


500 




26 674 




26 674 


30 


625 


12 


500 


26 


67i( 


26 674 


30 625 




170 


875 




376 499 




376 398 


427 


190 


170 


875 


376 


499 


376 398 


427 190 




18 


154 


1 


136 175 


1 


128 782 


1 293 


892 


18 


154 


1 136 


175 


1 128 782 


1 293 892 






190 




3 513 




3 513 


3 


692 




190 


3 


513 


3 513 


3 692 




283 


921 


3 


027 033 


2 


683 148 


3 080 


757 


283 


921 


3 027 


033 


2 683 148 


3 080 757 


6257055 


TIRES 


NSPF 


WITH 


4 RIM SIZE OF 


OVER 24 INCHES, PNEUMATIC, NEW, 


EXCEPT RECAPPED 




(NO) 


l 






585 




889 964 




823 575 


922 


973 




585 


889 


961) 


823 575 


922 973 






44 




6 976 




6 976 


7 


698 




44 


6 


976 


6 976 


7 698 






61 




39 237 




39 237 


41 


485 




61 


39 


237 


39 237 


41 485 






728 


1 


075 457 




742 519 


853 


492 




728 


1 075 


457 


742 519 


853 492 






292 




856 089 




588 023 


790 


748 




292 


856 


089 


588 023 


790 748 




1 


285 




211 288 




211 289 


231 


737 


1 


285 


211 


288 


211 289 


231 737 






35 




18 528 




18 528 


22 


985 




35 


18 


523 


18 528 


22 985 






18 




7 523 




7 523 


8 


273 




18 


7 


523 


7 523 


8 273 




24 


500 




40 455 




40 455 


43 


203 


24 


500 


40 


455 


40 455 


43 203 




2 


193 


2 


205 040 


2 


175 182 


2 460 


684 


2 


193, 


2 205 


040 


2 175 182 


2 460 684 






6 




1 451 




1 451 


1 


617 




6 


1 


451 


1 451 


1 617 




29 


7147 


5 


352 008 


4 


654 758 


5 384 


895 


29 


747 


5 352 


008 


4 654 758 


5 384 895 


6257065 


TIRES 


(EXCEPT AIRPLANE, BICYCLE 


, TRACTOR 


OR IMPLEMENT TIRES), 


PNEUMATIC, 


USED OR 


RECAPPEP 


(NO) 






16 


836 




67 479 




69 003 


69 


787 


16 


836 


67 


479 


69 003 


69 787 




1 


206 




23 661 




23 661 


25 


738 


1 


206 


23 


661 


23 661 


25 738 




2 


309 




97 090 




97 090 


114 


897 


2 


309 


97 


090 


97 090 


114 897 




1 


6HS 




24 268 




24 268 


34 


941 


1 


6i)8 


24 


268 


24 268 


34 941 






800 




19 999 




19 999 


25 


061 




800 


19 


999 


19 999 


25 061 






190 




21 812 




21 812 


24 


904 




190 


21 


812 


21 812 


24 904 






36 




66 246 




55 770 


68 


229 




36 


66 


246 


55 770 


68 229 




1 


310 




20 479 




20 519 


30 


388 


1 


310 


20 


i)79 


20 519 


30 388 




4 


325 




323 010 




323 026 


369 


259 


4 


325 


323 


010 


323 026 


369 259 




10 


500 




22 766 




22 812 


24 


898 


10 


500 


22 


766 


22 812 


24 898 




89 


073 




388 660 




380 898 


464 


072 


89 


073 


388 


660 


380 898 


464 072 






341 




2 666 




2 666 


4 


249 




341 


2 


666 


2 666 


4 249 




128 


574 


1 


078 136 


1 


061 524 


1 256 


423 


128 


574 


1 078 


136 


1 061 524 


1 256 423 



2-112 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(S«e-ExpUn« 1 onolSiiimia'lormlomm 1 ononcov«r V .(linol.mportii,i>n.(lt(.r.,t.oniolCuHomi I is •*><.,< .mi HtW9li"V"i<iiiKi 0ImC1> H*Mmi 

ol lh« import luuma Shipment! vdvixl ** itv»n Vi\ M ihotm only undtt Sohofelt A commodity awatai MO 0000 onO tntooM from •« o** tnw*w I 







ilc A comodlty •ujabcr, description 


■ 








( uiirni math 


jju 


Country 
of 


quant l ly 


V.luo (do. . . 


qu» 




origin 


Ctutom 




■ 









6257080 



TJRES, NONPNEuMATIC 



ISC) 





974 292 


14 2 86 




H 


373 


1* 


373 


97* 


292 


14 


286 


1* 


373 


14 373 




879 


67 8*7 




67 


811 


66 


031 




679 




141 


67 


611 


66 031 


MG KONG 


so too 


6 231 




6 


231 


7 




60 


400 


6 


251 


6 


231 






215 500 


?? "62 




22 


782 


27 


636 


215 


500 


. 


. 


22 




27 636 




106 


1 988 




1 


988 


2 


010 




106 


1 


966 


1 


veo 


2 010 




1 271 177 


n3 :3» 




113 


185 


119 


325 


1 I7| 


177 


us 


134 


113 


165 


11« 325 


6258020 


BICyClE tire TUBES 




















(NOI 








*e ioo 


16 835 




16 


835 


IB 


977 




IOC 


16 


835 


16 


635 


16 V77 




95C 750 


456 077 




458 


355 


509 


195 


950 


750 


•56 


C7 


• 56 


355 


509 195 




1 567 322 


796 385 




797 


005 


910 


655 






79* 






005 


910 655 




1" 100 


19 6*3 




18 


77* 




. ■ 


19 


100 


• 




16 


774 


21 tf 




« 156 


5 353 




5 


190 


5 


509 


- 


156 


5 


353 


5 


190 


S 509 




2 589 <428 


1 ?96 293 


1 


296 


159 


1 465 


620 


2 569 




1 296 


293 


; IM 


159 


1 465 620 


62580*0 


tractor and implement tire tubes 
















(NOI 








663 


17 2*7 




11 


056 


17 






663 


Li 


247 


11 


056 


17 722 




: 


2 309 




. 


309 


2 


356 






2 




2 


309 


2 356 




97* 


19 556 




13 


365 


20 


076 




974 


1% 


556 


13 


365 


20 078 


6258060 


TIRE TUBES NSPF 




















(NO 








22 121 


220 863 




203 


665 


222 


592 


22 


121 


220 


663 


203 


665 


222 592 




9 363 


8 960 




8 


960 


8 


960 


9 


363 


• 


960 


6 


960 


f .' 




1 000 


9 126 




9 


126 


10 


101 


1 


000 


9 


126 


9 


126 


10 101 




45 928 


354 239 




238 


*3l 


3*9 


958 


M 


9 2 8 


354 


239 


236 


431 


349 956 




27 687 


381 162 




290 


607 


362 


522 


27 


687 


36J 




290 


607 


. 522 




7 033 


?2 ->21 




22 


108 


23 


793 


7 


033 


22 


721 




106 


}) '93 




2 276 


27 327 




22 


13* 


26 


- 1 


2 


276 


27 


327 


22 




26 »C3 




105 207 


1 196 87* 




763 


975 


1 102 




105 


20T 


1 196 


874 


763 


975 


1 102 560 




6 5*5 


- : :26 




41 


026 


44 


797 


6 


545 


41 


026 


•1 




44 797 


K0R REP 


52 *62 


:3? 341 




132 


5*1 


150 


125 




462 


132 


542 


132 


5*1 


150 125 




2*9 340 


283 522 




283 


5*3 


315 


365 




340 




522 


263 


54 3 


315 365 




210 672 


871 605 




83* 


8*5 


963 






672 


6^1 


60S 


6J« 


646 


963 059 




3 275 


15 204 




1* 


745 


16 


• 


3 


275 


IS 


204 


I* 


745 


16 601 




7*3 109 


3 565 171 


i 


865 


726 


3 637 


336 




10« 


3 565 


17| 


2 665 


'.' 


3 637 336 


6330010 


cork insulation, pitting covers 


, ETC, COMPRESSED IN BOARDS, 


BLOCKS 0" 


. 












. 


181 079 




181 


079 


216 


655 




. 


181 


079 


161 


079 


216 855 




- 


59 -.18 




59 


«17 


80 


617 




- 


• 


416 




II 


60 617 




- 


*09 






«09 




--- 




- 




409 




409 






- 


2*0 906 




2*0 


905 


JOO 


120 




- 


240 


906 


2*0 


905 


300 120 


6330030 


DISKS, PAPERS, 


■ASTERS, AND 


STOPPERS OF CORK 


, TAPt- 










(LB 








16 M71 


56 776 




56 


776 


60 


06* 


16 


171 


56 


776 


56 


776 


60 064 




107 


103 






«03 




««7 




107 




403 




403 


4*7 




16 578 


57 179 




57 


179 


60 


511 


16 


578 


17 


.74 


57 


179 


60 511 


6330050 


DISKS, 4AFERS, 


■*SHERS, AND 


STOPPERS, SSPF, 


OF CORK Ej'.E» t 


TiPERED 






(LB) 






7 654 


20 000 




20 


000 


21 


«oe 


7 


654 


20 


000 


20 


000 






8 896 


7l 032 




71 


032 


H 


036 


8 


896 


7 1 


032 


71 


032 


74 036 




89 862 


371 -16 




371 


*16 


385 


671 


89 


862 


371 


416 


37J 


416 


3*1 671 




135 540 


5** 293 




■ .- 


290 


578 


•09 


135 


540 


544 


2«3 


544 


290 


578 *05 




231 


•13 






*13 


1 


081 




231 




413 




•13 


1 381 




242 183 


1 007 15* 


1 


007 


151 


1 060 


601 


2*2 


183 


J 007 


154 


1 007 


151 


1 060 601 


6330080 


CORK MANUFACTURES, NSPF 




























- 


53 859 




53 


903 


53 


903 




- 


53 


859 


53 


903 






- 


9 126 




9 


126 


9 


379 




- 


9 


126 


9 


126 


9 379 




- 


172 917 




172 


918 


1«5 


381 




- 


172 


917 


172 


918 


195 381 




- 


23 2*8 




23 


279 


25 


213 




- 


23 


2*8 


23 


279 


25 213 




- 


8 887 




8 


887 


9 


238 




- 


8 


161 


6 


867 


9 <38 




- 


13 639 




13 


639 


15 


70* 




- 


13 


639 


13 


639 


15 70* 




- 


281 676 




281 


752 


308 


818 




- 


281 


676 


261 


T9S 


306 816 


6311010 


BIRCH VENEER, 


NOT REINFORCED 


OR 


BACKED 














(MS?) 






39 <*66 


2 256 996 


2 


309 


827 


2 309 


827 


39 


*66 


2 256 


996 


2 309 


827 


2 309 627 




5 


1 600 




1 


600 


1 


637 




5 


1 


6O0 


1 


600 


1 637 




39 471 


2 258 596 


2 


311 


*27 


2 311 


*6* 


39 


•71 


2 258 


596 


2 311 


427 


2 311 *64 


63*1020 


MAPLE VENEER, 


NOT REIM^ORCED 


OR 


BACKED 














(MSF) 






3 796 


205 2*7 




207 


995 


207 


495 


3 


796 


205 


2*7 


207 


*95 


207 *95 




3 796 


205 2*7 




207 


995 


207 


*95 


3 


796 


205 


2*7 


207 


495 


2C7 495 



JANUARY 1979 




U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 






2-113 


Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" tor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.! 


Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 


Country 

of 
origin 


Current month 


Cumulative, JaiUKiry to date 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


6341035 


Philippine 


MAHOGANY, RED 


LAUAN* WHITE LAUAN, MAYAPIS, ETC., NOT REINFORCED OR BACKED 


(MSF) 





Ithailnd. 
isingapr, 

I PHIL R.. 

CHINA T. 

OTH CTY. 

TOTAL. 



6311055 



CANADA.. 
MEXICO.. 
6UATMAL. 
C RICA.. 
PANAMA.. 
COLOMB.. 
PERU.... 
BRAZIL.. 
SWEDEN.. 
U KING.. 
BELGIUM. 
FRANCE.. 
FR GERM, 
SWITZLD. 
ITALY... 
INDIA... 
THAILND. 
MALAYSA. 
SINGAPR. 
PHIL R.. 
AUSTRAL. 
CO BRAZ. 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



6311070 



CANADA.. 
MEXICO.. 
U KING.. 
ITALY... 
INDIA... 
PHIL R.. 
OP AC IS, 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



6313100 



U KING.. 
FR GERM. 
SPAIN... 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



6313200 



CANADA.. 

ROMANIA, 

OTH CTY. 

TOTAL. 



6316000 



OTH CTY, 
TOTAL. 



6317010 



MEXICO.. 
HONDURA. 
PHIL R.. 
CHINA T. 
OTH CTY. 
TOTAL. 



6317020 



CANADA.. 
FINLAND. 
USSR.... 
MALAYSA. 
CHINA T. 
JAPAN,. . 
TOTAL. 



Ill 




25 


875 




25 


875 




28 


716 




141 


25 


875 


25 875 


28 716 


56 




7 


962 




7 


962 




8 


975 




56 


7 


962 


7 962 


8 975 


22 051 




965 


916 




965 


916 


1 


232 


162 


22 


051 


965 


916 


965 916 


1 232 462 


2 337 




?06 


865 




206 


865 




212 


286 


2 


337 


206 


865 


206 865 


242 286 


78 




? 


799 




2 


799 




3 


816 




78 


2 


799 


2 799 


3 816 


21 669 


1 


209 


417 


1 


209 


417 


1 


516 


255 


24 


669 


1 209 


417 


1 209 417 


1 516 255 


HDWD, SFTWD VENEERS, 


NSPF, 


REINFORCED/BACKED « 


HDWD VENEERS, NSPFj 


NOT 


REINFORCED/BACKED 


(MSF) 




8 141 




530 


958 




542 


563 




511 


057 


8 


111 


530 


958 


542 563 


541 057 


531 




45 


552 




45 


552 




50 


355 




531 


45 


552 


45 552 


50 355 


2 341 




16? 


238 




162 


238 




173 


921 


2 


311 


162 


238 


162 238 


173 921 


1 579 




49 


335 




49 


335 




59 


769 


1 


579 


49 


335 


49 335 


59 769 


243 




14 


821 




14 


821 




17 


368 




243 


14 


821 


14 821 


17 368 


906 




88 


572 




88 


572 




96 


161 




906 


88 


572 


88 572 


96 461 


3 776 




183 


198 




183 


198 




212 


699 


3 


776 


183 


198 


183 198 


242 699 


10 282 




409 


214 




409 


214 




590 


021 


10 


282 


409 


214 


409 214 


590 021 


49 




1? 


939 




12 


939 




13 


719 




19 


12 


939 


12 939 


13 749 


446 




65 


885 




65 


885 




74 


259 




446 


65 


885 


65 885 


74 259 


1 060 




11? 


652 




112 


652 




118 


881 


1 


060 


112 


652 


112 652 


118 881 


2 283 




323 


312 




323 


312 




351 


735 


2 


283 


323 


312 


323 312 


351 735 


546 




184 


544 




184 


544 




198 


724 




546 


184 


544 


184 544 


198 724 


741 




185 


078 




185 


078 




195 


115 




741 


185 


078 


185 078 


195 115 


289 




74 


899 




74 


899 




82 


862 




289 


74 


899 


74 899 


82 862 


166 




27 


705 




27 


705 




29 


612 




166 


27 


705 


27 705 


29 612 


376 




110 


184 




110 


184 




115 


392 




376 


110 


184 


110 184 


115 392 


1 182 




25 


353 




25 


353 




31 


391 


1 


182 


25 


353 


25 353 


31 391 


108 




?0 


485 




20 


485 




21 


539 




108 


20 


485 


20 485 


21 539 


1 345 




56 


528 




56 


528 




72 


184 


1 


345 


56 


528 


56 528 


72 181 


65 




9 


758 




9 


758 




10 


516 




65 


9 


758 


9 758 


10 516 


1 328 




38 


021 




38 


024 




16 


071 


1 


328 


38 


021 


38 024 


46 071 


88 




11 


357 




11 


357 




12 


582 




88 


11 


357 


11 357 


12 582 


37 877 


2 


742 


591 


2 


754 


196 


3 


116 


293 


37 


877 


2 742 


591 


2 754 196 


3 146 293 


SOFTWOOD VENEER, 


NSPF, NOT 


REINFORCED OR 


BACKED 












(MSF) 




39 389 


1 


338 


209 


1 


436 


817 


1 


162 


316 


39 


389 


1 338 


209 


1 436 817 


1 462 316 


104 




5 


160 




5 


160 




5 


539 




101 


5 


160 


5 460 


5 539 


50 




17 


362 




17 


362 




18 


322 




50 


17 


362 


17 362 


18 322 


11 




7 


008 




7 


008 




7 


326 




11 


7 


008 


7 008 


7 326 


1 248 




11 


369 




11 


369 




11 


735 


1 


248 


11 


369 


11 369 


11 735 


256 




8 


199 




8 


499 




11 


055 




256 


8 


499 


8 499 


11 055 


1 095 




18 


950 




48 


950 




56 


608 


1 


095 


48 


950 


48 950 


56 608 


34 




? 


631 




2 


631 




3 


224 




31 


2 


631 


2 631 


3 224 


42 190 


1 


439 


188 


1 


538 


096 


1 


576 


125 


42 


190 


1 439 


488 


1 538 096 


1 576 125 


BLOCKS, PLATES, 


SHEETS, STRIPS 


\ND SIMILAR ARTICLES OF DENSIFIED WOOD 






(LB) 




32 158 




65 


026 




63 


647 




69 


354 


32 


458 


65 


026 


63 647 


69 354 


19 429 




13 


112 




13 


442 




11 


596 


19 


429 


13 


442 


13 442 


14 596 


97 308 




45 


022 




45 


022 




48 


724 


97 


308 


15 


022 


45 022 


48 724 


5 761 




3 


861 




3 


864 




4 


612 


5 


761 


3 


864 


3 864 


4 612 


154 956 




127 


351 




125 


975 




137 


286 


154 


956 


127 


354 


125 975 


137 286 


WOOD PARTICLE 


BOARD, 


WHETHER OR 


NOT 


FACE 


FINISHED 












(LB) 




45 697 135 


4 


344 


511 


4 


513 


590 


4 


618 


621 


45 697 


135 


: 4 344 


511 


4 513 590 


4 618 621 


1 043 132 




33 


872 




33 


872 




16 


576 


1 043 


132 


33 


872 


33 872 


46 576 


37 522 




3 


273 




3 


273 




5 


003 


37 


522 


3 


273 


3 273 


5 003 


46 778 089 


4 


381 


656 


4 


550 


735 


4 


670 


200 


46 778 


089 


4 381 


656 


4 550 735 


4 670 200 


CELLULAR PANELS, 


WHETHER OR 


NOT 


FACE FINISHED, 


OF WOOD 










(MSF) 




4 




2 


820 




2 


820 




3 


220 




4 


2 


820 


2 820 


3 220 


4 




2 


820 




2 


820 




3 


220 




4 


2 


820 


2 820 


3 220 


plywood, with 


A 


= ACE 


PLY OF 


PARANA PINE, 


OF EUROPEAN RED 


PINE AND 


SOFTWOOD, NSPF 




(MSF) 




590 




227 


770 




227 


770 




227 


770 




590 


227 


770 


227 770 


227 770 


25 




7 


199 




7 


199 




8 


209 




25 


7 


199 


7 199 


8 209 


246 




69 


020 




69 


020 




85 


657 




246 


69 


020 


69 020 


85 657 


16 




5 


503 




5 


503 




6 


142 




16 


5 


503 


5 503 


6 142 


39 




3 


169 




3 


169 




1 


596 




39 


3 


169 


3 169 


4 596 


916 




312 


661 




312 


661 




332 


374 




916 


312 


661 


312 661 


332 374 


plywood, with 


A 


"ACE 


PLY OF 


BIRCH 










i 








(MSF) 




1 351 




991 


374 


1 


004 


610 


1 


004 


610 


4 


351 


991 


374 


1 004 610 


1 004 610 


1 476 




632 


059 




612 


687 




681 


594 


1 


476 


632 


059 


612 687 


681 594 


4 573 




442 


063 




442 


063 




645 


397 


4 


573 


442 


063 


442 063 


645 397 


32 




15 


952 




15 


952 




18 


399 




32 


15 


952 


15 952 


18 399 


15 828 


2 


734 


209 


2 


750 


512 


2 


914 


312 


15 


828 


2 734 


209 


2 750 512 


2 914 312 


12 662 


3 


205 


079 


3 


204 


441 


3 


473 


383 


12 


662 


3 205 


079 


3 201 111 


3 473 383 


38 922 


a 


020 


736 


8 


030 


265 


8 


737 


695 


38 


922 


8 020 


736 


8 030 265 


8 737 695 



2-114 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statolia" lor inlomittion on cowtege dale ol impotntion. defmn.om ol Cunomi. I > i a«w> c ■ » »#uti. mrcn ol rw m fl>i 4m OTM CTY iothe< countml and oth* dtf'n.i.om and Mri 
ol the import statistic!. Shipment! valued lem than S3S1 an show* only undei Schedule A commodity numb* 990 0000 and excluded fism an offwt comr 

Scnedulo A coemodlty uuabcr. dvecrlpll. 





( IIITCnl mouth 


aaaf) Id J»if 


Country 
of 


qua. ■ 


Value <dol 


quant i t> 




origin 


Cuatoaa 




■ •.•» 




r 



6347030 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

6347040 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6J17050 

BRAZIL 

ITALY 

KOR REP 

TOTAL 

6317060 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6317070 

CANADA 

BRAZIL 

U KING 

NETHLOS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

6317080 

CANADA 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6318020 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

HONCURA 

BRAZIL 

TOTAL 

6318010 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

HONDURA 

COLOMB 

CHILE 

BRAZIL 

ITALY 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

CHINA T..... 

AUSTRAL 

IVY CST...., 
TOTAL 



PLYWOOD, WITH A FACE PLY OF SEN 



(MSF) 



61 
676 

12 696 

13 636 



2 028 

1" 

31 080 

59 806 

75 087 

1 

171 021 



30 976 

181 769 

200 179 

115 921 



30 976 

181 769 

196 126 

111 • " : 



123 659 

6 816 

3 191 299 

5 273 188 

6 217 332 

511 

11 815 805 



123 659 

6 816 

3 170 010 

5 211 589 

6 201 «38 

511 
. * 023 



plywood, with a face ply of mah< 



386 

73 

259 

718 



109 234 

9 371 

31 505 

150 130 



109 25« 

9 371 

31 505 

150 130 



plywood, with a face ply of • 



50 

206 

35 

11 

302 



11 -08 
55 1°7 
16 069 
1 610 
87 311 



11 406 
55 197 

16 069 

4 650 

67 324 



33 006 
194 652 
5 7t . 
5 96 



156 669 

e ttt 

3 764 131 

5 616 720 

6 931 769 

10 047 

16 706 021 



127 399 

10 939 

35 363 

173 721 



12 126 
57 759 
17 456 
4 663 
92 206 



Plywood, with a face p..y of Spanish cedar »nd otm£« ma»dwool, -.spc 



53" 
325 

9 

28 

21 

1 

28" 

71 

2 056 

327 

2 565 

108 865 

68 325 

1 215 

18« 629 



126 325 

89 "76 

19 600 

31 066 

6 046 

40 516 

33 397 

373 682 

19 374 

27i 618 

10 666 622 

6 366 656 

429 735 

18 530 793 



13] 376 

69 476 

17 426 

19 600 

31 066 

6 046 

40 546 

33 397 

373 262 

49 374 

271 851 

10 556 161 

6 358 126 

423 627 

16 401 876 



104 975 

19 044 

21 463 

35 232 

6 465 

39 632 
H6 693 

346 172 

11 797 356 

7 126 140 

451 671 
20 637 660 



plywood, with a face ply of marowood and softwood, nspf and wood-veneer pasels 



91 

121 

13 311 

9 107 

5 

23 238 



55 333 

100 940 

1 519 129 
966 766 

2 651 

2 614 822 



55 663 

100 940 
519 129 
966 737 
2 654 
645 343 



56 395 

120 093 

1 65t 

! 729 

3 160 

2 908 720 



WOOD MOLDINGS, STANDARD, SOFTWOOD, NOT DRILLED OR TREATED 



2 785 

23 249 

233 

971 

2? 241 



336 814 

2 163 835 

13 956 

• - 43! 

2 601 037 



339 372 

163 895 

13 95t 

54 132 

601 605 



339 372 
163 815 

62 29r. 
613 213 



WOOD MOLDINGS, STANDARD, HARDwCOD, NOT DRILLED CR TREATED 



559 
149 
102 

2 199 

51 
131 
145 

23 

17 215 

106 

3 633 
3 086 
1 061 
3 367 

136 

1 669 

31 235 



95 879 

9 131 

8 210 

155 992 

6 979 
55 HI 
29 619 
22 730 

967 837 

7 344 

156 798 
274 093 
170 393 
279 558 

10 209 

89 969 

2 340 132 



96 539 
9 131 
8 240 

155 992 

6 979 
55 411 
29 619 
22 730 

968 170 

7 313 

156 788 
274 093 
170 393 
279 558 

10 209 

89 969 

341 161 



96 626 

9 131 

9 691 

182 110 

8 891 

63 311 

30 282 

23 9«8 

079 686 

8 383 

186 772 
326 06i 

187 006 
313 309 

11 523 
111 658 
646 593 



64 




30 976 


30 976 




33 006 


676 




164 769 


164 769 




194 632 


12 696 


5 


2C0 179 


5 196 126 


3 


760 217 


13 636 


5 


«15 924 


5 411 671 


3 


967 673 


. *.»•,, IMITf LAuAN, ETC. 


(MiF, 






2 026 




■ '59 


649 




156 669 


1» 




6 616 


6 616 




6 665 


34 060 


3 


- - ,99 


3 170 010 


3 


784 131 


59 606 


5 


/••J 166 


5 211 569 


3 


616 720 


75 067 


6 


217 332 


6 201 436 


6 


931 769 


1 




511 


511 




10 047 




14 


615 605 


14 714 023 

("IF) 


16 


706 021 


366 




109 254 


109 254 




127 399 


73 




'71 


9 371 




10 939 


259 




. -05 


31 505 




35 383 


716 




:30 


150 130 
INVI 




173 721 


50 




u «oe 


11 408 




12 126 


206 




55 197 


55 IV7 




37 739 


35 




16 069 


16 069 




17 456 


.. 




4 640 


4 650 




4 663 


302 




M 314 


67 324 




92 206 


t.SPr 






(MSF) 






534 




126 325 


151 376 




131 376 


325 




69 - 


69 476 




;-.- m 


9 




17 «26 


17 *26 




19 044 


28 




19 600 


19 600 




21 463 


21 




31 066 


31 066 




35 232 


1 




6 046 


6 046 




6 465 


267 




• 


40 546 




47 613 


71 




33 397 


33 397 




39 632 


2 056 




373 662 


373 262 




446 693 


327 




49 374 


49 374 




59 426 


2 565 




271 616 


271 651 




346 172 


106 665 


10 


666 622 


10 556 461 


11 


797 356 


66 325 


6 


-.56 


6 358 126 


7 


126 140 


1 215 




429 735 


««:3 627 




451 671 


164 629 


16 


530 793 


16 401 876 


20 


637 660 


OD-vt 


fa-.ElS 


(»SF) 






91 




55 333 


55 663 




56 395 






100 940 


100 940 




120 093 


'11 


1 


519 . 


1 519 129 


1 


655 343 


9 407 




9*6 766 


966 737 


1 


073 729 


5 




2 654 


2 654 




3 160 


23 236 


2 


644 622 


2 645 343 

ClF) 


2 


906 720 


2 765 




336 814 


339 372 




339 372 


23 249 


2 


163 835 


2 163 645 


2 


163 845 


iJJ 




-3 956 


43 956 




47 706 


974 




54 432 


54 «3; 




62 290 


27 241 


2 


601 037 


2 601 605 

(MLF) 


2 


613 213 


559 




95 679 


96 539 




96 626 


149 




9 131 


9 13i 




9 131 


102 




8 240 


6 240 




9 691 


2 199 




155 992 


155 992 




162 110 


54 




6 979 


6 979 




6 891 


431 




55 ii; 


55 411 




63 311 


445 




29 61< 


29 619 




30 262 


23 




22 730 


22 730 




23 946 


17 2«5 




967 837 


966 470 


1 


079 886 


106 




7 344 


7 343 




6 363 


3 633 




156 798 


156 786 




166 772 


3 086 




274 0^3 


274 093 




326 064 


1 061 




170 393 


170 393 




167 006 


3 367 




279 558 


279 558 




313 309 


136 




10 2C9 


10 209 




11 528 


1 669 




69 949 


69 969 




111 658 


34 235 


2 


340 182 


2 341 461 


2 


648 598 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-115 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 



Country 

of 
origin 



Current month 



Net 
quantity 



Value (dollars) 



Cumulative, January to date 



Net 

quantity 



Value (dollars ) 



6348060 



WOOD CARVINGS AND ORNAMENTS SUITABLE FOR ARCHITECTURAL OR FURNITURE DECORATION 







- 


276 


432 


277 


028 


278 


955 




- 


276 


432 


277 


028 


278 955 






- 


87 


523 


87 


523 


87 


523 




- 


87 


523 


87 


523 


87 523 






- 


16 


420 


16 


420 


16 


886 




- 


16 


420 


16 


420 


16 886 






- 


95 


578 


95 


578 


108 


389 




- 


95 


578 


95 


578 


108 389 






- 


81 


806 


81 


806 


89 


702 




- 


81 


806 


81 


806 


89 702 






- 


59 


517 


59 


517 


62 


552 




- 


59 


517 


59 


517 


62 552 






- 


40 


331 


40 


331 


43 


002 




- 


40 


331 


40 


331 


43 002 






- 


62 


413 


62 


413 


71 


424 




- 


62 


413 


62 


413 


71 424 






- 


22 


054 


22 


054 


24 


251 




- 


22 


054 


22 


054 


24 251 






- 


7 


231 


7 


231 


6 


299 




- 


7 


231 


7 


231 


8 299 






- 


44 


297 


44 


886 


47 


938 




- 


44 


297 


44 


886 


47 938 






- 


11 


242 


11 


242 


13 


930 




- 


11 


242 


11 


242 


13 930 


SPAIN 




- 


36 


846 


35 


338 


36 


832 




- 


36 


846 


35 


338 


36 832 






- 


165 


216 


164 


847 


179 


387 




- 


165 


216 


164 


847 


179 387 






- 


6 


118 


6 


118 


9 


051 




- 


6 


118 


6 


118 


9 051 






- 


17 


176 


17 


182 


19 


482 




- 


17 


176 


17 


182 


19 482 






- 


5 


132 


5 


132 


6 


364 




. 


5 


132 


5 


132 


6 364 






- 


6 


836 


6 


836 


6 


892 




- 


6 


836 


6 


836 


6 892 






- 


65 


346 


65 


346 


72 


789 




- 


65 


346 


65 


346 


72 789 






- 


5 


918 


5 


918 


6 


957 




- 


5 


918 


5 


918 


6 957 






- 


471 


257 


472 


504 


511 


023 




- 


471 


257 


472 


504 


511 023 






- 


25 


316 


25 


316 


27 


936 




- 


25 


316 


25 


316 


27 936 






- 


11 


323 


11 


323 


13 


295 




- 


11 


323 


11 


323 


13 295 






- 


1 621 


328 


I 621 


889 


1 742 


859 




- 


1 621 


328 


1 621 


889 


1 742 859 


6349300 


WOOD FLOUR 


AND WOOD EXCELSIOR, 


INCLUDING 


EXCELSIOR 


PADS AND 


WRAPPINGS 
















_ 


14 


945 


15 


657 


15 


657 




. 


14 


945 


15 


657 


15 657 






- 


14 


945 


15 


657 


15 


657 




- 


14 


945 


15 


657 


15 657 


6351000 


COMPLETE PACKING BOxES, CASES* 


CRATES, ETC, OF WOOD, ASSEMBLED OR 


NOT 






(NO 








n 


301 


118 


214 


119 


265 


119 


290 


4 


301 


118 


214 


119 


265 


119 290 




92 


775 


108 


895 


116 


359 


116 


359 


92 


775 


108 


895 


116 


359 


116 359 




16 


036 


10 


721 


10 


721 


12 


447 


16 


036 


10 


721 


10 


721 


12 447 






681 


8 


371 


8 


370 


8 


992 




681 


8 


371 


8 


370 


8 992 




10 


156 


23 


166 


23 


167 


27 


158 


10 


156 


23 


166 


23 


167 


27 158 




123 


949 


269 


367 


277 


882 


284 


246 


123 


949 


269 


367 


277 


882 


284 246 


6352000 


CASKS, 


BARRELS, HOGSHEADS, OTHER COOPERS • 


PRODUCTS 


AND PARTS 


THEREOF, OF 


WOOD 














_ 


11 


921 


12 


661 


12 


661 




- 


11 


921 


12 


661 


12 661 






- 


338 


257 


338 


257 


366 


211 




- 


338 


257 


338 


257 


366 211 






- 


32 


085 


32 


085 


37 


354 




- 


32 


085 


32 


085 


37 354 






- 


4 


153 


4 


153 


4 


664 




- 


4 


153 


4 


153 


4 664 






- 


386 


416 


387 


156 


420 


890 




- 


386 


416 


387 


156 


420 890 


6353010 


HOOD DOORS, 


FLUSH 




















(NO 








7 


496 


73 


385 


74 


020 


74 


020 


7 


496 


73 


385 


74 


020 


74 020 




35 


760 


385 


002 


385 


002 


385 


002 


35 


760 


385 


002 


385 


002 


385 002 




1 


500 


14 


849 


14 


849 


18 


878 


1 


500 


14 


849 


14 


849 


18 878 






99 


12 


975 


12 


975 


14 


641 




99 


12 


975 


12 


975 


14 641 




9 


181 


215 


420 


215 


420 


265 


528 


9 


181 


215 


420 


215 


420 


265 528 






no 


5 


130 


5 


130 


6 


198 




no 


5 


130 


5 


130 


6 198 




54 


146 


706 


761 


707 


396 


764 


267 


54 


146 


706 


761 


707 


396 


764 267 


6353020 


WOOD 


500RS, 


EXCEPT FLUSH 


















(NO) 






5 


921 


74 


721 


76 


131 


76 


428 


5 


921 


74 


721 


76 


131 


76 428 




10 


710 


332 


566 


332 


708 


332 


708 


10 


710 


332 


566 


332 


708 


332 708 






712 


54 


728 


54 


728 


58 


004 




712 


54 


728 


54 


728 


58 004 




1 


448 


51 


497 


51 


916 


59 


984 


1 


448 


51 


497 


51 


916 


59 984 


U KINS 




no 


9 


586 


9 


586 


11 


012 




110 


9 


586 


9 


586 


11 012 






45 


5 


576 


5 


576 


6 


051 




45 


5 


576 


5 


576 


6 051 






367 


63 


136 


63 


136 


67 


252 




367 


63 


136 


63 


136 


67 252 




62 


248 


736 


272 


736 


266 


882 


037 


62 


248 


736 


272 


736 


266 


882 037 






8 


1 


843 


1 


843 


2 


101 




8 


1 


843 


1 


843 


2 101 




81 


569 


1 329 


925 


I 331 


890 


1 495 


577 


81 


569 


1 329 


925 


1 331 


890 


1 495 577 


6353025 


SOFTWOOD AND HARDWOOD FLOORING; 


EXCEPT IN 


STRIPS AND PLANKS 




















_ 


80 


186 


81 


051 


81 


075 




_ 


80 


186 


81 


051 


81 075 






- 


31 


317 


31 


317 


31 


317 




- 


31 


317 


31 


317 


31 317 






- 


10 


539 


10 


539 


12 


850 




- 


10 


539 


10 


539 


12 850 






- 


351 


807 


351 


807 


396 


212 




= 


351 


807 


351 


807 


396 212 






- 


148 


710 


148 


710 


166 


882 




. 


148 


710 


148 


710 


168 882 


SINGAPR,.... 




- 


169 


340 


169 


340 


180 


792 




- 


169 


340 


169 


340 


180 792 






- 


12 


634 


12 


148 


14 


283 




- 


12 


634 


12 


148 


14 283 


HG KONG 




- 


12 


145 


12 


145 


13 


249 




- 


12 


145 


12 


145 


13 249 






- 


4 


852 


4 


852 


5 


528 




- 


4 


852 


4 


852 


5 528 






- 


821 


530 


821 


909 


904 


188 




- 


821 


530 


821 


909 


904 188 



2-116 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" lor mtomiation on covtiage. date ol importation, c. ■ 

ol the import statistics Shipments valued Its than $251 an shown onl» under Schedule A commodity numbu 990 0000 and t.i\ uj liom a>l o»t*i conn-' 



FR GERM 

MALAYSA 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

6333050 

MEXICO 

HONDURA 

DENMARK 

CHINA T 

0TH CTY 

TOTAL 

6353060 

CANADA 

ITALY 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6353065 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

6354100 

MEXICO 

U KING 

6ELGU" 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

THA1LND 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6351220 

CANADA 

HAITI 

CHILE 

SWEDEN 

DENMARK 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

USSR 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

YUGOSLV 

INDIA 

THAILND 

MALAYS* 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

H6 KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

KENYA 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6354245 

FR GERM 

POLAND 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

635<1925 

CANADA 

MEXICO. 

U KING 

POLAND 

SPAIN 



■ 





i unveil monlh 




Country 


quaml 


V.lu. 








or).- 


1 1 







6353045 MNDOn AND DOOR CASINGS OF ROOD 



33 250 

20 733 

1 737 

53 720 



33 251 

20 733 

I 871 

S3 833 



36 163 
60 233 



20 733 



■ INDO" UMTS AND SASH, OF HOOD, WHETHER OR NOT • IN, -PEN, 0" GLAZED 



10 775 
3 337 

99 318 

20 928 

6 311 



10 825 

3 357 

99 318 

20 928 

6 311 

142 739 



Fabricated structural wood members 



9 560 

11 221 
• 
730 
26 «26 



9 680 
11 221 

6 893 

730 

28 3*6 



10 823 

7 39s 

110 821 

23 034 

7 365 

139 610 



g '.- 
7 296 

. - . . 



10 775 

99 318 

20 928 

6 311 

142 689 



re «26 



PREFABRICATED BUILDINGS. PANEL ASSEMBLIES PREF ABICATEC Bull 



81 «30 



52 166 
52 466 



PICTURE ANC MIRROR FRA-ES, OF WOOC 



3«1 434 

21 014 

16 130 

15 109 
163 333 

- :-: 

16 eib 
19 912 

7 879 

353 369 

27 380 

196 879 



3H 668 
21 014 
16 430 

18 11C 

7 111 
16 856 

19 912 
7 879 

353 767 

196 773 



62 1«9 



I] 733 

16 306 

19 659 

163 327 

6 821 

16 461 

22 739 

9 610 

6*- 

2 324 836 



FORKS, SPOONS, AND HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS SSPF. CF WOOD 



26 

18 

6 

24 

»3 

34 

9 

19 

8 

29 

57 

56 

29 

435 

57 

2»0 

28 

231 

531 

235 

11 

26 

161 



557 
066 
869 
105 
623 
066 
979 
552 
838 
789 
726 
730 
989 
898 
205 
097 
156 
926 
889 
827 
236 
799 
944 



Clothespins, except plastics 



103 079 

15 076 

170 463 

404 

289 022 



76 


342 


15 


416 


207 


913 




4 


299 


675 


WELI 


IY B 




100 


; 


446 


2 


531 


27 


330 


1 


185 



26 941 
17 877 

6 669 
23 725 

43 625 

34 008 

9 960 

14 654 
8 836 

29 788 
57 945 

56 658 

30 015 
435 710 

57 205 
241 558 

28 156 
234 27u 
559 711 
2-t 9"6 

11 236 

27 068 
204 789 



103 079 

15 076 

170 713 

404 

289 272 



26 941 
20 142 
7 784 
26 400 
46 138 

37 8W2 
10 956 
13 902 

9 364 
32 110 
62 976 
62 100 

38 821 
i. . 288 

62 026 

299 066 

35 233 

020 635 

273 t2* 

31 566 
903 255 



111 450 

17 266 

198 466 

327 816 



JEWELRY BOXES, SILVERWARE CHESTS, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE SOXES, ETC., OF HOOD, NOT LINED 



7 100 

8 015 

9 444 
51 690 

9 671 



7 194 

8 350 

9 944 
51 690 

9 671 



7 ;-4 

8 350 

:: B2J 

57 877 
10 587 



76 


3-i 


15 


916 


207 


913 




- 


299 




K„ 


OF 




100 




• -i 


2 


531 


27 


330 


1 


185 






I 

16 430 

18 1C9 

19 912 
7 879 

333 369 

196 679 



26 357 

16 066 

6 869 

29 103 

34 0&6 

9 979 

14 552 

6 638 

29 7»9 

57 726 

56 730 

435 898 

57 205 

26 156 

• 

531 869 

235 827 

:i 23t 

26 799 

:• . »M 



103 079 

15 076 

170 463 

- • 

289 022 



7 100 

8 015 

9 Ml 
51 690 

9 671 



33 




20 


733 


1 


871 


33 


633 


10 


623 


3 


357 


99 


318 


20 


926 


6 


311 


142 


739 


9 


660 


11 


221 


6 


693 




730 


26 




32 




52 


466 


341 


668 




014 


16 


430 


18 




166 


540 


7 


141 


16 


636 


19 


912 


7 


679 


333 


767 


il 


436 


196 


77 3 


26 




17 


677 


6 




23 


725 


43 


625 




006 


9 


960 


.- 


634 


6 


636 


29 


766 


37 


945 


56 


656 


30 


015 


435 


710 


57 


205 


241 


336 


26 


136 


234 


274 








948 


11 




27 


068 


• 


7c9 


(GR) 


103 


079 


15 


076 


170 


713 






269 


272 


(NO) 


7 




6 




9 




51 


690 


9 


671 



36 


163 


22 


150 


1 


922 


60 


235 


10 


623 


7 




110 


621 


23 


034 


7 


563 


139 


640 


9 


660 


11 




7 


296 




611 


29 


201 


62 


149 


62 


149 


391 


03 




940 


16 


306 


19 




163 


327 


6 


625 


16 


461 


22 


739 


9 


610 


694 


340 


30 


294 


324 


636 


26 


941 


20 


142 


J 




26 


400 


46 


136 


37 


642 


10 


936 


13 


902 


9 




32 


110 


62 


976 


62 


100 


36 


621 


510 


266 


62 


-,t 


i'»» 




33 


233 


261 


468 






i-'. 


424 


13 




31 


566 


903 


255 


111 


450 


17 


266 


198 






614 


327 


616 


7 




3 




10 




57 


677 


10 


567 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-117 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.000(1 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars ) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



ITALY 

INDIA 

PHIL R 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN , 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6354945 

BRAZIL 

SWITZLD 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6354960 

MEXICO 

HAITI 

FR GERM 

GERM DR 

USSR 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

ISRAEL 

INDIA 

THAILND 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

KOR REP 

H6 KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

NEW GUI 

KENYA 

REP SAF 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6359125 

CANADA. 

FINLAND 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6359145 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

HONDURA 

BRAZIL 

FRANCE, 

SPAIN,, 

MALAYSA 

INDNSIA 

PHIL R 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6359510 

CANADA 

TOTAL 

6359520 

CANADA 

TOTAL 



JEWELRY BOXES, SILVERWARE CHESTS, CIGAR AND CIGARETTE BOXES, ETC., OF WOOD, LINED 



3 


447 


77 


407 


12 


200 




816 


5 


045 


2 


951 


68 


396 


18 


672 


6 


145 


227 


671 


WElf 


(Y B 


7 


882 




820 




528 


9 


729 


10 


891 


5 


303 


7 


722 


5 


100 


341 


660 


20 


738 


8 


683 


419 


056 



35 134 

73 322 

8 014 

8 056 

56 356 

11 058 

91 388 

38 746 

28 005 

435 999 



35 408 
73 372 

7 004 

8 519 
56 356 
11 058 
92 284 
38 832 
28 005 

437 137 



39 168 
88 861 

8 429 

9 839 
63 109 
12 513 

107 521 
44 334 
32 422 

500 979 



3 447 

77 407 

12 200 

816 

5 045 
2 951 

68 396 
18 672 

6 145 
227 671 



WOOD CARVINGS 



9 676 

7 277 

5 940 

90 019 

9 418 

15 903 
22 948 
18 252 

489 279 

122 017 

16 393 
807 122 



8 084 

8 664 
27 783 

20 541 

9 988 
47 027 

161 170 

21 901 
50 367 
44 053 

6 725 
72 221 
15 540 
41 493 

137 773 
62 173 
10 901 
39 475 
8 446 
37 269 

831 594 



9 676 

7 277 

5 940 

90 019 

9 418 

16 143 

22 948 

18 439 

502 841 

122 421 

16 395 

821 517 



8 132 

8 664 
27 783 

20 541 

9 988 
47 087 

161 170 

21 901 
50 384 
44 053 

6 725 
72 221 
15 540 
41 493 

138 400 
62 173 
10 901 
39 475 
8 446 
37 284 

832 361 



PAINT BRUSH AND PAINT ROLLER HANDLES, OF WOOD 



35 100 

60 160 

8 461 

8 259 

111 980 



35 784 

59 990 

8 461 

8 259 

112 494 



10 736 

10 140 
6 740 

97 938 

11 945 
17 882 
25 185 

19 937 
589 392 
132 093 

20 822 
942 810 



8 300 
10 616 
30 160 
24 458 
10 200 

53 937 
170 031 

24 111 
61 138 

54 097 
12 110 
87 344 
17 099 
44 112 

155 222 
68 224 
12 546 
49 247 
14 036 
43 346 

950 334 



35 784 

65 568 

8 761 

8 544 

118 657 



7 882 
820 
528 

9 729 
10 891 

5 303 



722 
100 



341 660 

20 738 

8 683 

419 056 



TOOLS, TOOL BODIES, TOOL HANDLES AND BACKS* ETC, OF WOOD, EXC PAINT BRUSH/ROLLER HANDLES 



72 628 

54 957 

464 194 

28 422 

6 486 

11 952 

249 483 

256 906 

11 950 

117 934 

8 816 

18 566 

302 294 



73 480 

55 636 
464 194 

28 422 
6 486 

11 952 
249 483 
256 906 

11 950 

118 362 

8 816 

18 566 
304 253 



WOOD SHINGLES AND SHAKES* RED CEDAR 



199 803 
199 803 



8 617 132 
8 617 132 



8 910 593 
8 910 593 



WOOD SHINGLES AND SHAKES* EXCEPT RED CEDAR 



21 
21 



782 
782 



625 935 
625 935 



630 522 
630 522 



73 480 

58 236 

508 844 

33 790 

6 563 

14 527 

287 056 

304 022 

13 534 

134 252 

9 158 

20 384 

1 463 846 



8 912 080 
8 912 080 



630 522 
630 522 



199 803 
199 803 



21 782 
21 782 



35 


134 


35 


408 


39 168 


73 


322 


73 


372 


88 861 


8 


014 


7 


004 


8 429 


8 


056 


8 


519 


9 839 


56 


356 


56 


356 


63 109 


11 


058 


11 


058 


12 513 


91 


388 


92 


284 


107 521 


38 


746 


38 


832 


44 334 


28 


005 


28 


005 


32 422 


435 


999 


437 


137 


500 979 


LINED 


(LB 






9 


676 


9 


676 


10 736 


7 


277 


7 


277 


10 140 


5 


940 


5 


940 


6 740 


90 


019 


90 


019 


97 938 


9 


418 


9 


418 


11 945 


15 


903 


16 


143 


17 882 


22 


948 


22 


948 


25 185 


18 


252 


18 


439 


19 937 


489 


279 


502 


841 


589 392 


122 


017 


122 


421 


132 093 


16 


393 


16 


395 


20 822 


807 


122 


821 


517 


942 810 


8 


084 


8 


132 


8 300 


8 


664 


8 


664 


10 616 


27 


783 


27 


783 


30 160 


20 


541 


20 


541 


24 458 


9 


988 


9 


988 


10 200 


47 


027 


47 


087 


53 937 


161 


170 


161 


170 


170 031 


21 


901 


21 


901 


24 111 


50 


367 


50 


384 


61 138 


44 


053 


44 


053 


54 097 


6 


725 


6 


725 


12 110 


72 


221 


72 


221 


87 344 


15 


540 


15 


540 


17 099 


41 


493 


41 


493 


44 112 


137 


773 


138 


400 


155 222 


62 


173 


62 


173 


68 224 


10 


901 


10 


901 


12 546 


39 


475 


39 


475 


49 247 


8 


446 


8 


446 


14 036 


37 


269 


37 


284 


43 346 


831 


594 


832 


361 


950 334 


35 


100 


35 


784 


35 784 


60 


160 


59 


990 


65 568 


8 


461 


8 


461 


8 761 


8 


259 


8 


259 


8 544 


111 
OLLER 


980 
HANDLES 


112 


494 


118 657 


72 


628 


73 


480 


73 480 


54 


957 


55 


636 


58 236 


464 


194 


464 


194 


508 844 


28 


422 


28 


422 


33 790 


6 


486 


6 


486 


6 563 


11 


952 


11 


952 


14 527 


249 


483 


249 


483 


287 056 


256 


906 


256 


906 


304 022 


11 


950 


11 


950 


13 534 


117 


934 


118 


362 


134 252 


8 


816 


6 


816 


9 158 


16 


566 


18 


566 


20 384 


1 302 


294 


1 304 

(SQ 


253 


1 463 846 


8 617 


132 


8 910 


593 


8 912 080 


8 617 


132 


8 910 
(SQ 


593 


8 912 080 


625 


935 


630 


522 


630 522 


625 


935 


630 


522 


630 522 



2-118 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

EtM E.plwMionolSutaiia "lor mlorrnwion on cowraa, <l«t of .mooair.on a.nnit.gni or Cur- • *> wwrtw orator * Hw da» . » 4 faiura 

or tht import lOOO.a Sh,pm.r,n rauto Ira thai BS1 or. t*own only an*. StfwauK) A commodity nymbtt 990 0000 aid nd»«r« Iron * otlwcpmr 











Schedule A coaaodlty nuabar 


























lurrrnr 


monffej 
























Country 






Value ftfu. 














■ 




origin 


Ser 
quant 1 ty 


Cucttoao 


r.»... 


















635954C 


S0FT"000 DOWEL RODS AND PINS, PLAIN 


















ILFT) 






2 


HOI ">12 


97 


811 


97 961 


97 


961 


2 


401 


912 




97 


611 




97 V*l 


HONDURA 


1 


426 795 


52 


908 


52 908 


59 




1 








52 


909 


52 »06 


59 341 




3 


828 7q7 


150 


719 


150 669 


157 


302 


3 


626 


TO! 




150 




150 669 


157 302 


635955C 


HaRD»00D DOWEL RODS AND f 


:-.s. Pi 


















CU»TI 






3 


645 082 


63 


771 


64 325 


I - 


325 


• 


645 


062 




63 


771 


64 325 


64 325 




4 


038 000 


26 


097 


26 097 


' 


046 


4 


036 


000 






0»7 


26 097 


30 - 




16 


637 540 


674 


577 


67» • 




263 


16 


637 


540 




874 


577 


674 630 


1 oc- 


1NDNSIA 


7 


871 987 


173 


347 


173 347 


215 




7 




967 




. ' 


3*7 


113 


215 672 


CHINA T 


1 


3*3 750 


?' 


»53 


25 453 


30 




. 








25 


453 


25 453 


30 205 




1" 


375 000 


17 


343 


17 343 


16 


' 


.- 




000 




17 


343 


17 343 


16 677 




19 


911 359 


1 180 


566 


1 161 195 


1 364 




«9 


911 


35* 


1 


180 


568 


: It] 


1 364 210 


635957C 


) HOOD SUNOS, SHUTTERS 


, SCREE'- • AND 






















_ 


10 


353 


10 241 




176 






- 




10 




10 24 1 


11 176 






- 


18 


349 


16 366 


16 


366 






- 




16 






16 366 






. 


10 


151 


10 437 


12 








- 




10 




10 4J7 


12 360 






- 


31 


669 


31 697 




062 






- 






669 


31 6*7 


tj 062 






. 


43 


206 


43 116 










- 






206 


- ' 111 


-• 669 


KOR REP 




. 


16 


221 


16 221 


ll 


502 






- 




■ 


221 


16 221 


16 502 






. 


167 


464 


167 909 




266 






- 






464 


167 909 


;66 






. 


382 


719 


362 609 










- 




362 


719 




453 210 






. 


1* 


112 


14 112 




713 






- 




- 


112 


14 112 


'13 






. 


12 


671 


12 671 




156 






- 




12 


. 




16 166 






_ 


14 


459 


14 • 


16 








- 




14 




14 564 


16 570 






- 




060 


72; 


635 








- 




722 


0»O 


722 347 


635 292 


635959 


J ■ 


300 PENCE 


PICKETS, PALU LS. 4SSE-0..E:; »000 0«L A00S 


4 P;nj,AC«,4 ARTICLES *SPF 










. 


i e«o 


2^5 


1 649 556 


. 8-* 


792 






. 


I 


640 


205 


I M 


1 646 792 






. 


461 


667 


462 210 




455 






- 






667 




■•55 






- 


5 


604 


6 604 


5 


• 






- 




5 


604 


5 604 


5 1 






_ 


8 


644 


6 644 


10 








- 




6 




6 644 


10 251 






- 


15 


065 


15 


11 


587 






- 




IS 


0*5 


15 0*5 


17 567 


HAITI 




- 


6 


264 


6 :-- 


7 


244 






- 




1 


264 


6 264 


7 244 






- 


16 


2»5 


16 245 


16 


172 






- 




16 


2«5 


16 245 


16 172 






- 


6 


520 


6 520 


6 








- 




6 


520 


6 520 


6 641 






. 


313 


621 


313 620 


346 








- 




' 




313 620 


346 675 






- 


6ft 


1«0 


66 140 


74 


661 






- 




66 




66 140 


7- 661 






- 


22 


932 


22 932 


u 


963 






- 




22 






23 963 






- 


160 


-95 


159 753 


160 


6-6 






- 




160 


495 




160 e-e 






- 


93 


596 


93 596 


97 


697 






- 




OJ 






97 697 






- 


34 


039 


3- 547 










- 




34 


039 




36 634 






- 


108 


197 


106 104 


lie 


1 






- 






191 


106 104 


116 030 






- 


26 


264 


28 445 


31 








- 




26 


■ 


26 445 


31 390 






- 


IS 


051 


16 743 


20 


246 






- 




.* 


. 


16 743 


20 2*6 






- 


5 


266 


5 266 


5 


497 






- 




5 




5 266 


5 497 






- 


?3 


960 


23 960 


26 


566 






- 




' 


960 




26 566 






- 


35 


611 


35 65e 


40 


277 






- 






611 




40 277 






- 


336 


.-* 


337 283 


373 


126 






- 




336 


445 


337 263 


373 126 






- 


11 


854 


11 654 


13 


283 






- 




11 


654 


■ 


13 263 






- 


5 


344 


5 344 


6 


195 






- 




5 






6 195 






- 


17 


514 


17 514 


25 


136 






- 




" 


514 


17 514 


25 136 






- 


52 


976 


52 976 


62 


073 






- 




52 


976 


52 976 


62 »73 






- 


125 


599 


125 599 


155 








- 




125 


599 


• 


155 254 






- 


68 


736 


68 736 


66 


636 






- 






736 


68 736 


66 636 






- 


7 


362 


7 362 


7 


986 






- 




7 




7 362 


7 966 






- 


19 


437 


19 436 




245 






- 




19 


- 


. • 


26 245 






- 


265 


279 


265 262 


288 


524 






- 




265 


279 


265 262 


286 524 






- 


132 


277 


131 075 


158 








- 




132 


277 


131 075 


156 






- 


1 713 


2«0 


1 ->cZ 779 


1 975 


137 






- 


1 


713 




1 722 77? 


1 975 137 






- 


456 


973 


45e 962 


5.2 








- 




956 


973 


458 962 


512 196 






- 


12 


352 


12 352 


14 


733 






- 




12 


352 


12 352 


14 733 






- 


18 


"65 


18 465 


25 


335 






- 




16 


465 


18 46! 


25 335 






- 


33 


--C 


36 331 


44 


.-- 






- 




3 3 




36 331 


44 .-■. 






- 


6 552 


339 


6 574 666 


7 158 


683 






- 


6 


552 


3-'4 


6 574 66« 


7 158 663 


691013 


BOOK PAPER AND PRINTING 


PAPER, NSPP* CONTAINING MORE THAI 


NECH. • 


PULP, JNCOATED 


|LB| 






85 


797 "65 


14 865 


325 


14 890 887 


14 895 


599 


85 


797 


465 


.- 


865 


325 


190 881 


14 695 599 






92 621 


16 


718 


16 718 


18 


930 




92 


621 




16 


718 


16 71« 


18 • 




18 


323 079 


3 279 


392 


3 330 925 


3 927 


565 


18 


323 


079 


3 


279 


392 


3 330 92! 


3 927 565 






995 261 


175 


573 


175 573 


207 


:- 




995 


261 




175 


573 


175 57: 


207 014 






34 891 


16 


360 


16 360 


17 


546 




34 


891 




16 


360 


16 36C 


17 546 






47 228 


8 


979 


8 979 


11 


193 




-" 


228 




8 


979 


6 97< 


11 193 






mo 




719 


759 




759 






410 








75S 






105 


290 955 


18 363 


066 


18 440 201 


19 078 


606 


105 


290 


955 


18 


363 


066 


ie 440 2oi 


19 076 606 


641015 


BOOK PAPER AND PRINTING 


PAPER, NSPF, NOT OVER 10* 


MECHANICAL 


HOOD 


pulp, 


UNCOATEC 




(LB) 






11 


926 274 


2 837 


614 


2 851 113 




2 856 


161 


11 


926 


274 


2 


837 




2 891 


2 856 .61 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-119 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from atl other commodities) 









Schedule A commodity number, description 


and unit of 


quant 


ity 
















Current 


month 








Cumulative. Ja 


nuary to date 






Country 
of 




Value (dollars) 






Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


quantity 




Customs 


F. 


a. s. 


c. 


i.f. 




970 300 




189 254 


189 254 


227 103 


970 


300 


189 254 




189 254 




227 103 




1 592 436 




300 838 


300 838 


367 213 


1 592 


436 


300 838 




300 838 




367 213 




1 561 829 




520 829 


540 829 


617 088 


1 561 


829 


520 829 




540 829 




617 088 




440 893 




80 920 


80 920 


95 012 


440 


893 


80 920- 




80 920 




95 012 




809 407 




388 209 


388 209 


424 790 


809 


407 


388 209 




388 209 




424 790 




230 635 




45 053 


45 054 


49 201 


230 


635 


45 053 




45 054 




49 201 




1 080 




1 947 


1 965 


2 965 


1 


080 


1 947 




1 965 




2 965 




17 532 854 




4 364 664 


4 398 182 


4 639 553 


17 532 


854 


4 364 664 


4 


398 182 


4 


639 553 


6410160 


HANDMADE PAPER. 


. NOT IMPREGNATED, NOT COATEC 


, NOT SURFACE-COLORED, 


NOT 


EMBOSSED, ETC. 




(LB) 








47 040 




74 860 


74 799 


78 407 


47 


040 


74 860 




74 799 




78 407 




18 246 




21 352 


21 352 


22 935 


18 


246 


21 352 




21 352 




22 935 




175 654 




242 040 


246 088 


258 454 


175 


654 


242 040 




246 088 




258 454 




40 885 




38 525 


38 525 


41 508 


40 


885 


38 525 




38 525 




41 508 




1 021 




3 198 


3 198 


3 356 


1 


021 


3 198 




3 198 




3 356 




282 846 




379 975 


383 962 


404 660 


282 


846 


379 975 




383 962 




404 660 


6410170 


PAPER: BLUE/BROWN PRINT, 


DRAWING (0V18 LB), 


COVER, INDIA & BIBLE, 


AND 


WRITING, NOT COATED 


(LB) 








1 377 560 




402 021 


414 683 


414 683 


1 377 


560 


402 021 




414 683 




414 683 




223 152 




45 957 


45 957 


59 119 


223 


152 


45 957 




45 957 




59 119 




662 513 




161 291 


161 291 


172 324 


662 


513 


161 291 




161 291 




172 324 




36 596 




40 789 


41 622 


43 853 


36 


596 


40 789 




41 622 




43 853 




1 700 




3 099 


3 001 


3 839 


1 


700 


3 099 




3 001 




3 839 




2 301 521 




653 157 


666 554 


693 818 


2 301 


521 


653 157 




666 554 




693 818 


6411000 


STANDARD NEWSPRINT PAPER 














(STN) 








615 625 


167 438 950 


168 047 465 


172 000 256 


615 


625 


167 438 950 


168 


047 465 


172 


000 256 




7 705 




2 555 076 


2 555 076 


3 114 757 


7 


705 


2 555 076 


2 


555 076 


3 


114 757 




623 330 


169 994 026 


170 602 541 


175 115 013 


623 


330 


169 994 026 


170 


602 541 


175 


115 013 


6413020 


WRAPPING PAPER 


. SULPHATE, 


UNBLEACHED, OVER 


18 POUNDS PER REAM, INCLUDING SACK « BAG PAPER 


(LB) 








8 947 082 




1 522 826 


1 457 305 


1 457 305 


8 947 


082 


1 522 826 


1 


457 305 


1 


457 305 




200 616 




55 032 


55 032 


62 720 


200 


616 


55 032 




55 032 




62 720 




1 180 394 




271 674 


271 674 


313 048 


1 180 


394 


271 674 




271 674 




313 048 




10 328 092 




1 849 532 


1 784 Oil 


1 833 073 


10 328 


092 


1 849 532 


1 


784 Oil 


1 


833 073 


6413060 


WRAPPING PAPER 


. SULPHATE, 


BLEACHED OR COLORED, OVER 18 


POUNDS PER 


REAf 






(LB) 








5 227 067 




1 457 960 


1 485 032 


1 485 662 


5 227 


067 


1 457 960 


1 


485 032 


1 


485 662 




149 150 




31 213 


30 772 


35 666 


149 


150 


31 213 




30 772 




35 666 




28 085 




15 079 


15 079 


17 357 


28 


085 


15 079 




15 079 




17 357 




644 




2 036 


2 036 


2 191 




644 


2 036 




2 036 




2 191 




5 404 946 




1 506 288 


1 532 919 


1 540 876 


5 404 


946 


1 506 288 


I 


532 919 


1 


540 876 


6413080 


TEST OR CONTAINER BOARDS* 


BURSTING STRENGTH 


OVER 60 LBS 


PER SO IN 


BY MULLEN OR WEBB TEST 


(LB) 








5 388 094 




441 511 


445 557 


445 557 


5 388 


094 


441 511 




445 557 




445 557 




5 388 094 




441 511 


445 557 


445 557 


5 388 


094 


441 511 




445 557 




445 557 


6414010 


PRINTING PAPER 


1 AND WRITING PAPER OVER 18 POUNDS PER REAM, IMPREGNATEC 


, COATED, ETC 




(LB) 








8 445 574 




2 480 257 


2 563 698 


2 562 860 


8 445 


574 


2 480 257 


2 


563 698 


2 


562 860 




317 000 




61 838 


61 838 


74 669 


317 


000 


61 838 




61 838 




74 669 




5 046 950 




1 576 034 


1 576 592 


1 790 017 


5 046 


950 


1 576 034 


1 


576 592 


1 


790 017 




10 260 492 




2 462 726 


2 462 726 


2 874 518 


10 260 


492 


2 462 726 


2 


462 726 


2 


874 518 




905 702 




311 266 


311 266 


344 428 


905 


702 


311 266 




311 266 




344 428 




1 666 420 




450 558 


450 558 


523 137 


1 666 


420 


450 556 




450 558 




523 137 




17 782 




11 901 


11 901 


13 156 


17 


782 


11 901 




11 901 




13 156 




2 652 643 




771 328 


772 237 


895 286 


2 652 


643 


771 328 




772 237 




895 286 


FR GERM 


1 583 915 




443 772 


443 772 


514 635 


, 1 583 


915 


443 772 




443 772 




514 635 


PORTUGL..... 


146 336 




46 525 


46 525 


53 959 


146 


336 


46 525 




46 525 




53 959 




6 272 067 




1 793 873 


i 793 873 


2 067 206 


6 272 


067 


1 793 873 


1 


793 673 


2 


067 206 




4 779 




5 391 


5 391 


8 924 


4 


779 


5 391 




5 391 




8 924 




37 319 660 




10 415 469 


10 500 377 


11 722 795 


37 319 


660 


10 415 469 


10 


500 377 


11 


722 795 


6414020 


BASIC PAPER TO 


BE SENSITIZED FOR USE IN PHOTOGRAPHY, BARYTA COATEO, NOT CUT TO SIZE 




(LB) 








25 474 




27 896 


27 896 


30 881 


25 


474 


27 896 




27 896 




30 681 




25 474 




27 896 


27 896 


30 881 


25 


474 


27 896 




27 896 




30 881 


6414040 


BASIC PAPER TO 


BE SENSITIZED FOR USE IN PHOTOGRAPHY, NSPF, NOT CUT TO 


SIZE 




(LB) 








142 668 




455 142 


455 148 


465 562 


142 


668 


455 142 




455 148 




465 562 




209 




3 240 


3 240 


3 292 




209 


3 240 




3 240 




3 292 


TOTAL..... 


142 877 




458 382 


458 388 


468 854 


142 


877 


458 382 




458 388 




468 854 


641406C 


BUILDING PAPERS & BLDG PAPER-FELTS, FILTER 


MASSE OF PULP, COATED 


HANDMADE PAPER, ETC 




(LB) 








30 444 572 




4 954 853 


5 086 336 


5 093 447 


30 444 


572 


4 954 853 


5 


086 336 


5 


093 447 




2 478 620 




196 987 


196 987 


196 987 


2 478 


6?0 


196 987 




196 987 




196 987 




241 838 




97 554 


97 554 




111 825 


241 


838 


97 554 




97 554 




111 825 



2-120 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2 Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. Fas., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

(See "EiplwiMion of Sutitnct' 'or intorm«>Gn on covtrK* 

ol Hit "npcn iuuji a Shpmtna >*.,»<! Ka llun S2S ' • t mown only un*' Sftoduto A commod.iY numon $90 0000 and in »; •■- 



































urirril m 












COUr. ' 


























1 '- 

1 













6 603 




11 


123 




123 








6 603 


11 




11 . 






10" 877 






566 


136 


979 




515 




-77 






136 979 






32 62a 




146 











666 




32 • 




444 


146 444 


155 666 




40 




52 


272 


52 


272 


55 






- '42 


52 


272 


52 27? 


55 444 




27 933 






967 


22 


975 


26 


806 




27 933 


!2 




2i 975 


28 908 




146 579 




|43 


501 


143 


501 




056 






143 




1*3 501 


' 056 




6 696 




11 


791 


11 


•. 




155 




6 698 


11 




11 


13 155 




24 755 




?n 


896 


20 


69A 










20 


898 


898 






547 129 


1 


• 


?3C 


1 062 


242 










1 062 














- 


943 


- 


943 


5 








4 




4 






34 K" 


6 


670 


131 


6 996 


045 


7 176 








6 67 




6 998 - 


7 176 530 


61*15300 


VEGETABLE PARCHMENT PAPER, 


GREASE-PROOF 


paper 4 imitation 


»A»CMKtNT PAPER 


. - 


r^AiSINE 


It!) 






35 326 




39 


5*5 


- 


460 


•• 


• 




'26 




54S 


-60 


39 660 




907 623 




340 


630 


337 


606 


360 


296 




907 623 




630 


337 606 


380 296 




129 561 




53 


157 


53 


157 


59 


966 








157 


53 157 






106 633 




54 


063 


54 


063 


57 






* 33 


- 


063 


5« 063 






7 • 




8 




6 


605 


. 


.. 




1 '.62 


8 




8 605 


9 117 




32 602 




• 1 






776 




606 




}2 602 




941 


-. 776 


4) 606 


SnITZLD 


- 




6 


424 


6 


424 


6 








6 




6 Ij 


6 660 


TOTAL 


1 22' 






393 


54 3 


091 




480 




226 - 


544 


393 


543 0»l 


599 460 


6X15420 


CIGARETTE PAPER, 


NOT 


CUT TO SIZE 
















(LSI 






10 913 




35 


706 


35 


706 


36 






*13 




706 


35 706 


36 703 




735 




7 


263 


2 


263 


3 


547 




735 






2 263 


3 547 




11 646 




37 


969 




969 


•0 






•46 




969 


37 989 


40 250 


6415440 


BOARD, STRAi, PRESS, 


STEK- 


BEER ■ - , ANO 




(LB) 






3 209 554 




• 


160 


269 


649 


291 




3 


209 554 


• 


160 


289 649 


291 634 




105 656 




' 




• 


440 


-6 


926 




•56 






-40 






205 362 




170 


586 




566 


163 






'62 


. 




566 


163 736 


FRANCE 


166 906 




58 




56 


911 


66 






06 


56 




56 911 






15 963 




7 


168 


7 


166 


6 


031 




63 


- 






6 031 




36 581 




9 


904 


9 






606 




36 SSI 


9 




9 • 


11 606 




225 






252 




252 














252 






3 7«2 269 




565 


905 


560 




611 




3 


742 269 


565 




560 130 


611 122 


6415460 


carbonizing 


PAPER 




















(LB) 




SrlEOEN 


1 099 576 




358 


491 


3«3 




3»0 




1 


0»9 578 


356 


491 


343 947 


390 654 




906 




1 


768 


1 


766 


2 


002 




908 






•68 


2 002 




1 100 466 




360 


259 




715 


392 


656 


1 


100 


360 




345 715 


392 656 


6415460 


paper, nspf 


" 


:"PRE3N»TtD, UNCOVTEO* 






- 


(LB) 






9 042 720 




65? 


• 


B-« 


941 


651 


376 


9 


042 720 


852 


426 


64k 


65. 




836 392 




163 




163 


136 




577 




636 392 




' 


163 136 


15' 




370 895 




110 


462 


. 


- 




260 




-95 


110 




101 


123 260 




37 756 




13 


019 


13 


019 


15 


028 




37 7J6 




019 


13 019 






982 




276 




276 


462 




010 




•82 


276 




27» 


306 010 




62 




116 




109 


345 


116 


016 




62 ' 


116 


064 


. • 


lie . 




70 29- 




31 


316 


31 


316 


36 






70 


. 




3; 


36 364 




11 098 




5 


315 


5 


319 


6 






. . ;96 


5 




5 319 


6 172 




1!3 346 




98 


087 


96 


087 




031 






98 




96 067 


106 031 




7 379 




10 


500 


10 


500 


. 


749 




7 379 


10 


500 


10 500 


10 749 




6 246 




18 


326 


16 


326 








6 246 


:s 


326 


18 326 


25 257 




30 392 




10 


834 


10 


834 


. 


456 




'92 


10 


634 


. »34 






2 917 




10 


910 


10 




12 






2 917 


10 


910 


10 • 


12 152 




11 326 731 


1 


717 


060 


1 696 


962 


: ti.i 


532 


. 


326 731 




060 


1 696 962 


i e; 


6X16100 


HAROBOARD, 


IHETHER C K 


cace fi-.:s-e: 




















741 






802 




433 




758 






127 




138 433 


137 756 




1 182 






661 


167 


361 


235 






. .82 


167 




167 661 


2X — 




7 311 


1 


270 


383 


1 270 


082 


1 676 


950 










. < .082 






420 




50 


-._ 


50 


737 


73 


■ 




- 




737 


50 737 


73 792 




2 .526 




370 


IM 


381 


430 


- 


133 




2 326 




154 




53- 


FINLAND 


60"' 




99 


099 


99 


100 


13J 


923 






99 


099 


•• . 


13.* -23 


POLAND 


678 




95 




"- 


991 




306 




678 


95 




74 991 


113 306 




3 940 




403 


293 


-: 3 


253 


63: 






3 540 


403 




293 


. <.-*- 




Ifr- 




25 




29 


106 


-. 


455 






29 


■ 


29 106 


- : 




2 430 




289 


176 


289 


176 


396 


471 




2 430 


289 


176 


289 17< 


396 471 




66 




9 


462 


9 


462 


11 


723 




68 


9 


462 


5 462 


11 723 




39 




6 


66 = 


8 


669 


9 


589 




35 


8 


669 


6 665 


9 589 




40 




6 


173 


6 


173 


8 


:. t 




40 


6 




• 173 


e 112 




86 




4 


395 


- 


395 


13 


747 




86 


- 


395 


.'95 


13 747 




20 032 


2 


931 


450 


2 932 


758 


4 017 


649 




20 032 


2 931 


- 


2 932 758 


4 o: 


6416210 


building boards. 


NSPF, RHETHER OR NOT FACE FINISHED 










(LB) 






3 135 95e 




327 


727 


351 


668 


355 


510 


3 


135 958 


327 


727 


351 868 


355 SIC 




32 282 




21 


790 


21 


790 


23 


607 




32 282 


2: 


7?C 


21 790 


23 607 




15 173 




7 


867 


e 


467 


9 


269 




15 173 


7 


867 


8 467 


9 269 




3 183 413 




357 


384 


382 


125 


388 


J:; 


3 


183 4j,3 


357 




382 125 


366 366 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-121 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

{See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 

Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 





Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



6416225 



PULPBOARD IN ROLLS CHIEFLY USED IN THE MANUFACTURE OF BUILDING BOARDS 



(LB) 





3 558 


889 


334 


067 


374 


342 


368 


725 


3 558 


889 


334 


067 


374 342 


368 725 




3 558 


889 


334 


067 


374 


342 


368 


725 


3 558 


889 


334 


067 


374 342 


368 725 


6419700 


WALL PAPER 






















(LB) 






530 


853 


793 


335 


810 


148 


810 


137 


530 


853 


793 


335 


810 148 


810 137 




56 


5?1 


118 


333 


118 


322 


131 


642 


56 


521 


118 


333 


118 322 


131 642 




299 


795 


583 


183 


583 


191 


622 


534 


299 


795 


583 


183 


583 191 


622 534 




5 


553 


6 


507 


6 


507 


7 


826 


5 


553 


6 


507 


6 507 


7 826 




2 


863 


11 


540 


11 


540 


13 


231 


2 


863 


11 


540 


11 540 


13 231 




35 


368 


108 


356 


108 


356 


115 


825 


35 


368 


108 


356 


108 356 


115 825 




67 


169 


131 


054 


131 


054 


144 


891 


67 


169 


131 


054 


131 054 


144 891 




214 


268 


478 


354 


478 


353 


502 


230 


214 


268 


478 


354 


478 353 


502 230 




1 


543 


20 


163 


20 


163 


20 


909 


1 


543 


20 


163 


20 163 


20 909 




241 


056 


852 


761 


852 


766 


922 


412 


241 


056 


852 


761 


852 766 


922 412 






238 


12 


733 


12 


733 


13 


565 




238 


12 


733 


12 733 


13 565 




271 


165 


1 043 


654 


1 052 


395 


1 155 


371 


271 


165 


1 043 


654 


1 052 395 


1 155 371 




7 


120 


10 


253 


10 


253 


12 


315 


7 


120 


10 


253 


10 253 


12 315 




3 


969 


6 


887 


6 


927 


7 


658 


3 


969 


6 


887 


6 927 


7 656 




1 737 


481 


4 177 


113 


4 202 


708 


4 480 


546 


1 737 


481 


4 177 


113 


4 202 708 


4 480 546 


6421032 


BOXES, 


PAPER, PAPERBOARD, AND PAPIEF 


MACHE, 


COVEREC 


OR LINED WITH 


SPECIFIED MATERIALS 


(LB) 






141 


652 


82 


097 


83 


245 


83 


420 


141 


652 


82 


097 


83 245 


83 420 




20 


669 


114 


632 


114 


632 


116 


571 


20 


669 


114 


632 


114 632 


116 571 




3 


617 


8 


945 


8 


945 


10 


828 


3 


617 


8 


945 


8 945 


10 828 




5 


301 


24 


187 


24 


187 


27 


772 


5 


301 


24 


187 


24 187 


27 772 




13 


294 


88 


976 


90 


724 


101 


190 


13 


294 


88 


976 


90 724 


101 190 




10 


989 


28 


977 


29 


695 


31 


369 


10 


989 


28 


977 


29 695 


31 369 




2 


677 


4 


906 


5 


073 


6 


215 


2 


677 


4 


906 


5 073 


6 215 




10 


455 


13 


050 


13 


242 


15 


428 


10 


455 


13 


050 


13 242 


15 428 




208 


654 


365 


770 


369 


743 


392 


793 


208 


65"» 


365 


770 


369 743 


392 793 


6421055 


BOXES 


OF PAPER, OF PAPERBOARD, OR PAPIER MACHE, NSPF 










(LB) 






211 


514 


188 


988 


191 


570 


191 


614 


211 


514 


188 


988 


191 570 


191 614 




17 


043 


21 


584 


21 


584 


21 


645 


17 


043 


21 


584 


21 584 


21 645 




16 


220 


16 


462 


16 


462 


17 


755 


16 


220 


16 


462 


16 462 


17 755 




7 


103 


5 


205 


5 


205 


6 


340 


7 


103 


5 


205 


5 205 


6 340 




51 


968 


84 


381 


84 


388 


91 


814 


51 


968 


84 


381 


84 388 


91 614 




53 


658 


33 


044 


33 


044 


tl 


041 


53 


658 


33 


044 


33 044 


41 041 




3 


571 


10 


054 


10 


174 


10 


507 


3 


571 


10 


054 


10 174 


10 507 




11 


304 


45 


624 


45 


624 


51 


056 


11 


30* 


45 


624 


45 624 


51 056 




56 


408 


96 


288 


96 


289 


112 


334 


56 


408 


96 


288 


96 269 


112 334 






271 


13 


272 


13 


272 


13 


681 




271 


13 


272 


13 272 


13 681 




20 


867 


26 


906 


26 


906 


29 


240 


20 


867 


26 


906 


26 906 


29 240 




20 


373 


13 


044 


13 


044 


16 


125 


20 


373 


13 


044 


13 044 


16 125 




1 


300 


7 


632 


7 


632 


7 


945 


1 


300 


7 


632 


7 632 


7 945 




9 


364 


53 


680 


52 


678 


64 


802 


9 


364 


53 


680 


52 678 


64 802 




4 


424 


7 


648 


7 


773 


9 


681 


4 


424 


7 


648 


7 773 


9 681 




41 


446 


37 


946 


38 


131 


50 


470 


41 


446 


37 


946 


38 131 


50 470 




53 


870 


38 


619 


38 


711 


50 


604 


53 


870 


38 


619 


38 711 


50 604 




182 


400 


263 


880 


263 


908 


318 


798 


182 


400 


263 


680 


263 908 


318 798 




24 


717 


17 


701 


17 


758 


23 


961 


24 


717 


17 


701 


17 758 


23 961 




787 


821 


981 


958 


984 


153 


1 129 


413 


787 


821 


981 


958 


984 153 


1 129 413 


6422050 


ENVELOPES, 


WRITING BLOCKS, 


LETTER PADS AND 


SIMILAR 


CORRESPONDENCE 


STATIONERY EX 


'OSTCARD 










_ 


57 


237 


57 


273 


57 


364 




. 


57 


237 


57 273 


57 364 






- 


42 


141 


42 


141 


44 


883 




- 


42 


111 


42 141 


44 883 






_ 


8 


724 


8 


747 


9 


923 




- 


8 


724 


8 747 


9 923 


SHITZLD...., 




- 


6 


511 


6 


511 


7 


341 




- 


6 


511 


6 511 


7 341 






_ 


5 


550 


5 


539 


5 


887 




- 


5 


550 


5 539 


5 887 






_ 


13 


249 


18 


249 


20 


367 




- 


18 


249 


18 249 


20 367 






_ 


11 


024 


11 


024 


13 


102 




- 


11 


024 


11 024 


13 102 






- 


149 


436 


149 


484 


158 


867 




- 


149 


436 


149 484 


158 867 


6423060 


BOOKS 


, EXE 


RCISE, REGISTERS 


, ALBUM, 


5IARIES, 


MEMO BLOCKS 


& STATIONERY OF 


PAPER/PAPER80ARD 


(NO) 






32 


330 


45 


613 


45 


252 


45 


391 


32 


330 


45 


613 


45 252 


45 391 




43 


236 


69 


779 


69 


902 


76 


733 


43 


236 


69 


779 


69 902 


76 733 


FRANCE. „.... 


1 


364 


5 


583 


5 


583 


6 


350 


1 


364 


5 


583 


5 583 


6 350 


FR GERM...., 


11 


540 


18 


554 


18 


554 


20 


220 


11 


540 


18 


554 


18 554 


20 220 




3 


329 


15 


923 


15 


923 


17 


464 


3 


329 


15 


923 


15 923 


17 464 




30 


70? 


73 


879 


73 


875 


79 


336 


30 


702 


73 


879 


73 875 


79 336 




2 406 


966 


1 635 


489 


1 639 


731 


1 880 


518 


2 406 


966 


1 635 


489 


1 639 731 


1 880 518 




769 


175 


355 


774 


356 


500 


415 


372 


769 


175 


355 


774 


356 500 


415 372 




903 


114 


232 


226 


234 


681 


266 


405 


903 


U* 


232 


226 


234 681 


266 405 




602 


246 


252 


640 


255 


240 


287 


688 


602 


246 


252 


640 


255 240 


287 688 




14 


057 


16 


997 


16 


997 


19 


813 


14 


057 


16 


997 


16 997 


19 813 




4 818 


059 


2 722 


457 


2 732 


238 


3 115 


290 


4 818 


059 


2 722 


457 


2 732 238 


3 115 290 



2-122 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 



(See "Explanation ol Statistics" tor information on covtrto* data of i 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued I 



; .-"CM of e*ro' * t*t data OTH CTY < b thn cfloPtnaa) and o(Ke* atttftfi^m and *wiu 
>d»i Stf»#dule A commodity nm*n 990 0000 and aidwded Hon ail offa* comaae 



•n and unit of quantity 





i unrrnl muiilh 


u,r> tu J.lr 


Count ry 
of 


quant 1 1 v 


V.lut- Mvllinl 




-•rig In 


Cu» • 




- tOM 


r . . 


■ 1 



6424150 

FRANCE 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6424820 

BELGIUM 

TOTAL 

6424650 

U KING 

NETHL0S 

FR GERM 

GERM OR 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6424860 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

C0L0MB 

SnEOEN 

FINLAND 

DENHARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

BELGlu" 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

SrtlTZLD 

MG KONG 

JAPAN 

N ZEAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6428150 

FR GERM 

ITALY 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6428750 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

OOM REP 

LIT «» I 

SHEOEN 

NORWAY 

DENMARK 

U KING 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

AUSTRIA 

SnITZLD 

SPAIN 

ITALY 

INDIA 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

JAPAN 

AUSTRAL 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510212 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 



CIGARETTE PAPER. CUT TO SIZE OR SHAPE, CIGARETTE BOOKS, AND CIGARETTE BOOKCOvERS 



(LS> 



607 694 

239 209 

8 748 

2 000 

1 586 

375 

85« 61? 



14 310 



910 525 

482 489 

52 997 

16 335 

19 982 

1 456 

' 764 



3? 195 



910 525 

482 469 
52 997 
U 335 

19 962 

1 456 
463 78« 



25 26? 
25 262 



FILTERING PAPER CUT TO SIZE OR JmaPE 



35 652 

4 354 
31 569 
15 079 

3 015 
69 869 



370 256 

7 101 

19 672 

6 «*12 
416 393 



237 614 

7 101 

19 672 

12 950 

6 520 

263 657 



521 901 

56 67o 

16 920 

20 994 

1 529 

582 669 



26 323 



256 332 

6 166 

24 750 

15 212 

6 737 



ARTICLES OF PAPER AND PAPERBOARC , 



796 300 
3 260 
5 697 

67 C3& 

15 590 
73 67; 
15 962 
15 99« 
11" 

62 36. 

1 606 
18 109 

63 169 
120 306 

2 214 
- . .' 676 



405 414 

12 711 

15 527 

65 397 

24 891 

26 649 

67 762 

15 663 

44 666 

152 796 

126 977 

• 

195 721 
34 434 

5 7ie 

222 174 



413 973 

15 527 

65 302 
24 691 
26 647 

66 406 
15 669 
., -•• 

152 924 

126 523 

12 156 

15 936 

196 563 

34 434 

5 716 

1 232 470 



413 954 
12 639 

16 321 

t« zn 

26 103 
26 62* 

76 926 

- 241 

136 436 

12 57* 

16 012 

236 043 

42 609 

6 040 

1 337 322 



tubes, paper, parallel or tapereo, fc- _ ;.. thread z- r*a* 



15 108 

37 175 

1 670 

53 953 



35 378 

46 336 



12 413 
35 378 

- 
48 336 



39 667 

' - • 



ARTICLES OF PAPER, PU^P, PiPIER HACHEj PAPtRBO*'-, -■ .^..JLOSE MDOIM I 



2 961 

3 216 

81 

6 

46 

20 

61 

195 

36 

45 

210 

80 

20 

7 

63 

37 

161 

100 

255 

636 

102 

24 

8 376 



768 
364 
182 
297 
806 
001 
--- 
522 
715 
429 
185 
351 
476 
667 
581 
033 
:»- 
851 
639 
335 

:*- 

875 
154 



3 041 390 

3 149 211 

61 182 

6 297 
49 760 
20 001 
59 827 

166 316 

36 715 
W 561 

210 456 
80 351 
20 526 

7 697 
68 380 

37 033 
161 542 

101 197 
256 396 
640 134 

102 064 
2- 875 

8 368 931 



MONOFILAMENTS, NYLON, IN CONTINUOUS FORM 



2 718 

15 595 

98 

18 411 



7 537 
37 721 

506 
45 764 



7 537 

37 721 

506 

45 764 



049 664 
210 655 

66 599 
9 076 
63 057 
23 758 
63 693 

204 764 
40 162 
«9 333 

230 171 
e- 132 
21 117 
K ; - r 

69 141 

-- C-C 

179 110 
112 788 

3:- 914 

784 227 

111 053 

32 565 

789 197 



7 687 

-. c-y 

575 

48 511 



607 • .- 


«10 


323 


910 


523 


96« 673 


239 209 


462 


469 


462 


469 


521 901 


6 7«6 


52 


997 


32 


997 




2 000 


16 


333 


16 


333 


16 920 


1 566 


19 


962 


14 


962 


20 994 


375 


1 


436 


1 


436 


1 529 


639 6i2 


I 46J 


764 


1. «63 


764 


1 362 669 


0, CUT TO SIZE as. H 


(L6I 






14 310 




1*9 


23 


262 


26 i23 


14 3lO 


. 


1*3 


23 

(LSI 


262 


26 323 


35 632 


370 


256 


237 


614 


236 332 


4 334 


7 




7 


101 


6 166 


31 369 


19 


672 


19 


672 


24 730 


15 079 


12 


930 


12 


930 


13 212 


3 OlS 


6 




6 


320 


6 737 


69 669 




393 


263 

(LB 


637 


311 199 


300 


405 


414 


413 


V73 


413 934 


3 260 


L| 


711 


12 


711 


12 639 


3 697 


15 


327 




327 


16 321 


67 636 


63 




63 


302 


74 237 


13 OH 


24 


691 


24 


691 


26 103 


13 390 


26 


649 


26 


647 


26 6?4 


73 672 




762 


66 


406 


76 926 


13 962 


13 


663 


15 


669 


17 302 


15 994 


44 


666 


44 


666 


46 639 


114 746 






132 


924 


164 *41 


62 362 


126 




126 


323 


136 436 


1 6Q6 


12 


156 


12 


156 


12 374 


16 109 


13 


292 


13 


936 


16 012 


63 169 


193 


721 


196 


563 


236 043 


120 30« 


34 


434 


34 




42 609 


.14 


3 


718 


3 


716 


6 040 


' 876 


1 222 


174 


1 232 

(LB 


470 


1 337 322 


13 108 


12 


«13 


12 


413 


14 193 


37 173 


33 


376 


33 


376 


39 667 


1 670 




5-1 




545 


343 


33 933 


H 


336 


46 


336 


34 607 


OSE »A0DING, 


SSPF 










. 


2 961 


766 


3 041 


390 


3 049 664 


- 


3 216 


364 


3 1-4 


211 


3 210 635 


- 


61 


162 


61 


162 


66 399 


- 


6 


2«7 


6 


297 


9 076 


- 


46 


606 


49 


760 


63 037 


- 


20 


. 


20 


001 


23 736 


- 


61 


--■> 


59 


627 


63 693 


- 


195 


522 


166 


316 


204 764 


- 


36 


715 


36 


715 


40 162 


- 


-5 


429 


43 


361 


49 333 


- 


210 


183 


210 


436 


23C 171 


- 


60 


351 


60 


331 


64 132 


- 


2C 


476 


20 


326 


21 117 


- 


7 


6? 7 


7 


697 


10 066 


- 


63 


581 


66 


360 


69 141 


- 


37 


033 


37 


033 


44 266 


- 


161 




161 


542 


179 110 


- 


100 


851 


101 


197 


112 766 


- 


255 


639 


256 


396 


307 514 


- 


636 


335 


640 


134 


764 227 


- 


102 


064 


102 


064 


111 053 


- 


24 


875 


24 


675 


32 565 


- 


6 376 


154 


8 386 


931 


e •'89 197 








(LB) 




2 7i8 


7 


537 


7 


537 


7 667 


15 595 


37 


721 


37 


721 


40 249 


98 




506 




506 


575 


16 411 


« 


764 


45 


764 


46 511 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-123 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.000X1 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commodity number 


, description and unit of quantity 






Country 

of 


Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


Net 
quantity 


Value (dollars) 


origin 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 


Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 



6510217 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510220 

NETHLDS 

FR SERM 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510222 

IRELAND 

FR SERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510232 

FR SERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

TOTAL 

6510242 

CANADA 

U KINS 

FR SERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510247 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

U KINS 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR SERM 

K0R REP 

TOTAL 

6510250 

U KINS 

FR SERM 

ITALY 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510255 

NETHLDS 

FRANCE 

FR SERM 

SPAIN 

PORTUSL 

ITALY 

CHINA T 

JAPAN. 

TOTAL 

6510262 

CANADA 

U KINS 

FR SERM 

SWITZLD 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6510280 

MEXICO 



MONOFILAMENTS, POLYESTER, IN CONTINUOUS FORM 



63 606 

108 

63 714 



100 632 
703 

101 335 



99 751 
713 

100 464 



108 331 
953 

109 284 



63 606 

108 

63 714 



100 632 
703 

101 335 



MONOFILAMENTS OF MANMADE FIBERS NSPF, AND PLEXlFORM FILAMENTS, IN CONTINUOUS FORM 



3 000 
27 880 

2 142 
33 022 



15 786 

101 578 

1 964 

119 328 



15 786 

102 345 

1 964 

120 095 



18 710 

108 334 

2 951 

129 995 



STRIPS IN CONTINUOUS FORM, OF MANMADE FIBERS, NOT LAMINATED 



10 019 
5 881 

34 967 
2 281 

53 148 



150 847 

81 368 

18 443 

7 998 

258 656 



150 847 

80 668 

18 443 

7 998 

257 956 



SROUPED FILAMENTS, CONTINUOUS, OF NYLON 



37 004 
22 524 
24 692 
84 220 



36 098 
29 718 
22 704 
88 520 



35 952 
29 718 
20 248 
85 918 



157 498 

83 978 

21 551 

8 903 

271 930 



39 367 
32 276 
25 160 
96 803 



3 000 
27 880 

2 142 
33 022 



10 019 
5 881 

34 967 
2 281 

53 148 



37 004 
22 524 
24 692 
34 220 



SROUPED FILAMENTS AND STRIPS OF MANMADE FIBERS NSPF, IN CONTINUOUS FORM 



8 137 
354 766 

6 828 

22 950 

248 596 

1 176 
642 453 



7 459 
269 405 

6 647 

20 719 

368 259 

1 185 
673 674 



7 486 
260 490 

6 647 

20 750 

332 786 

1 185 
629 344 



YARNS, CONTINUOUS, CELLULOSIC, SINSLES, 



103 302 
138 964 

11 743 

27 585 
466 207 
121 776 

80 559 
265 802 

99 923 
1 315 861 



99 915 

172 959 

10 921 

27 490 

606 671 

146 492 

127 779 

303 719 

89 932 

1 585 878 



98 616 

172 969 

10 921 

27 490 

606 671 

146 492 

127 779 

303 419 

89 932 

1 584 289 



7 486 
278 438 

7 189 

22 297 

403 27l 

1 510 
720 191 



98 616 

172 969 

11 611 

29 654 

625 745 

152 731 

131 475 

314 531 

101 783 

1 639 115 



YARNS, CONTINUOUS, NYLON, SINSLES, TWISTED BUT NOT OVER 20 TURNS 



HI 550 
43 328 
80 398 

550 058 
1 691 

787 025 



121 824 

77 724 

106 353 

664 419 

4 168 

974 488 



121 824 
77 163 
106 353 
643 263 
4 250 
952 853 



132 013 
82 314 
113 520 
751 941 
5 252 
085 040 



YARNS, CONTINUOUS, POLYESTER, SINSLES, TWISTED BUT NOT OVER 20 TURNS 



88 657 

306 498 

191 122 

52 152 

12 126 

26 193 

87 000 

389 777 

153 525 



81 121 

369 137 

258 376 

53 082 

17 845 

24 362 

120 901 

551 555 

476 379 



81 121 

369 137 

258 376 

53 082 

17 845 

24 362 

120 901 

531 329 

1 456 153 



91 396 

391 367 

271 181 

57 366 

20 351 

26 340 

136 810 

610 364 

1 605 175 



YARNS, CONTINUOUS, SINGLES/ NSPF* OF MANMADE FI8ERS 



5 583 

23 957 

45 502 

1 771 

23 512 

324 

100 649 



8 635 

48 050 

69 696 

26 033 

20 557 

1 209 

174 180 



8 864 

48 050 

69 131 

26 033 

20 557 

1 209 

173 844 



YARNS, CONTINUOUS, PLIED/ OF MANMADE FIBERS 
9 086 13 250 13 305 



8 864 

50 055 

71 315 

28 919 

25 315 

1 422 

185 890 



13 424 



8 


137 


354 


766 


6 


828 


22 


950 


248 


596 


1 


176 


642 


453 


20 TURNS 


103 


302 


138 


964 


11 


743 


27 


585 


466 


207 


121 


776 


80 


559 


265 


802 


99 


923 


1 315 


861 


111 


550 


43 


328 


80 


398 


550 


058 


1 


691 


787 


025 


20 TURNS 


88 


657 


306 


498 


191 


122 


52 


152 


12 


126 


26 


193 


87 


000 


389 


777 


1 153 


525 


5 


583 


23 


957 


45 


502 


1 


771 


23 


512 




324 


100 


649 



15 786 

101 578 

1 964 

119 328 



150 847 

81 368 

18 443 

7 998 

258 656 



36 098 
29 718 
22 704 
88 520 



7 


459 


269 


405 


6 


647 


20 


719 


368 


?59 


1 


185 


673 


674 


99 


915 


172 


959 


10 


921 


27 


490 


606 


671 


146 


492 


127 


779 


303 


719 


89 


932 


585 


878 


121 


824 


77 


724 


106 


353 


664 


419 


4 


168 


974 


488 


81 


121 


369 


137 


258 


376 


53 


062 


17 


845 


24 


362 


120 


901 


551 


555 


476 


379 


8 


635 


48 


050 


69 


696 


26 


033 


20 


557 


1 


209 


174 


180 



(LB) 

99 751 
713 

100 464 

(LB) 

15 786 

102 345 

1 964 

120 095 

(LB) 

150 847 

80 668 

18 443 

7 998 

257 956 

(LB) 

35 952 
29 718 
20 248 
85 918 

(LB) 



9 086 



13 250 



7 


486 


260 


490 


6 


647 


20 


750 


332 


786 


1 


185 


629 


344 


(LB 




98 


616 


172 


969 


10 


921 


27 


490 


606 


671 


146 


492 


127 


779 


303 


419 


89 


932 


1 584 


289 


(LB 




121 


824 


77 


163 


106 


353 


643 


263 


4 


250 


952 


853 


(LB 




81 


121 


369 


137 


258 


376 


53 


032 


17 


845 


24 


362 


120 


901 


531 


329 


1 456 


153 


(LB 




8 


364 


43 


050 


69 


131 


26 


033 


20 


557 


1 


209 


173 


844 


(LB 




13 


305 



108 


331 




953 


109 


284 


18 


710 


108 


334 


2 


951 


129 


995 


157 


498 


83 


978 


21 


551 


8 


903 


271 


930 


39 


367 


32 


276 


25 


160 


96 


803 


7 


486 


278 


438 


7 


189 


22 


297 


403 


271 


1 


510 


720 


191 


98 


616 


172 


969 


11 


611 


29 


654 


625 


745 


152 


731 


131 


475 


314 


531 


101 


783 


1 639 


115 


132 


013 


32 


314 


113 


520 


751 


941 


5 


252 


1 085 


040 


91 


396 


391 


367 


271 


131 


57 


366 


20 


351 


26 


340 


136 


810 


610 


364 


1 605 


175 


3 


364 


50 


055 


71 


315 


23 


919 


25 


315 


1 


422 


185 


390 



13 424 



2-124 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 

ISte "E.pHnation ol Sunmo' lor inloim«.on on co.raqt. dm ol impomiioc . aeliuMm at CnWi , '-*! . and c. I r»m. io.ict» o) arroi » it.. " m mm> a<.«i«n m Im«i 

of Oie anpon tuoBia Shipm.no »«1u«<l la» than B5I •* oHoon only uno>r S<fcadula * com»»odit» ntmbi WO 0006 mo ratuM l<*n ■* of-* [■■■!« tm I 



Schedule A coawodllv nuaber. dvacrlpllon an.i unit of qu. 





Cumrnl monih 




• 


Country 
of 


Nat 

quant i t> 


Value (dollara) 


qua' ■ 




origin 


Cuatoau 


r.a.a. 










1 





6 


634 


I? 


273 


12 


273 


13 


405 


6 


634 


12 


273 


12 273 


13 *C5 




182 


937 


235 


155 


205 




233 


990 


182 


937 


235 


155 


205 155 


233 990 




5« 


017 


?41 


214 


215 


599 


253 


300 


54 


017 


241 


214 


215 599 


253 300 




•4 


112 


11 


882 


11 


947 


13 


1 • 


> 




LI 


• 62 


11 947 


13 609 




256 


786 


513 


774 


458 


279 




728 


256 


786 


• 


774 


458 279 


527 728 


6510310 


HAN0H0PK YARN AND SEUNG THREAD OF MANMADE FIBER J 












(Ml 






6 


771 


15 


178 


15 


591 


15 




6 




15 


178 


15 5V1 


15 591 




1 


574 


5 




5 


142 


5 




1 




5 


142 


5 142 


5 343 




- 


-6- 


27 


820 


26 


717 


28 




« 


464 


27 


■ 20 


26 717 


28 J69 




1 


533 


8 


347 


8 


347 


9 


001 


1 


533 


6 




6 347 


• 001 




1" 


614 


64 


321 


67 


234 


74 


572 


;« 


614 


64 


321 


67 23* 


7« 572 


FRANCE 


73 


263 


?-? 


310 


244 


364 


276 


419 


73 


263 


242 


310 


244 364 


276 MV 


FR GERM 


- 


-37 


62 


804 


62 


804 


64 


616 


• 


13 


62 


• 04 


62 604 


64 616 




- 


632 


56 


560 


56 


560 


59 


037 


4 






560 


56 560 


59 037 




1 


884 


11 


884 


11 


684 


12 


893 


. 


664 


. 


• 84 


11 664 


12 693 




38 


768 


87 


522 


87 


522 


97 


107 


36 


766 


• 7 


522 


• 7 522 


97 107 




31 


590 


30 


226 


30 


226 


34 




31 


590 


30 


226 


30 226 


34 506 




35 


126 


108 


687 


108 


687 


116 


265 


35 




ioa 


687 


106 667 


116 285 




1 


164 


2 


607 


2 


• 


2 


833 


1 


164 


2 




2 607 


2 633 




22" 


820 


7?3 


408 


727 


685 




-~. 


224 


• 20 


773 


408 


727 685 


79r 


6510410 


YARNS, 


: '.JOUSi 


t mutmn fjberj 














(LB) 






53 


708 


69 


60) 


70 


783 


TO 


763 


53 


7 06 




• 03 


70 783 


70 783 




6 


236 


9 


360 


9 


360 


9 


•02 


6 


236 


9 


360 


• 360 


9 902 


SnEOEN 


5 


7*3 


34 


207 


34 


207 


35 


172 


5 


-.' 


34 


207 


34 207 


35 172 




15 


794 


92 


020 


92 


020 


96 


712 


15 


794 


92 


020 


92 020 


96 712 


U KING 


234 


822 


319 


842 


319 


647 


3-G 




734 


• 22 


319 


• •2 


319 842 


346 761 




1 


013 


5 


594 


5 


594 


6 




1 


013 


5 


594 


5 594 


6 682 




M 


617 




272 


227 


632 


245 


• 24 


74 




227 


272 


227 632 


245 924 


FR GERM 


11 


7«« 


K 


992 


35 


992 


38 


•- 


11 


7«4 


35 


992 


35 9V? 


36 570 


SPAIN 


13« 


398 






236 


94 3 


256 


• 96 


139 


396 


238 


... 


236 943 


256 696 


ITALY 


137 


788 


244 


978 


24* 


447 


264 


• 70 


137 


766 


244 


978 


244 ".42 


264 870 




28 


536 


40 


2 30 


40 


230 


42 




26 




40 


230 


40 230 


42 605 




30 




40 


m 


40 


976 


43 


•OS 






40 




40 976 


43 605 




88 


0J0 


90 


558 


90 


558 


97 


714 


66 


030 


90 


558 


• 558 


97 71- 




30 


864 


29 


• 


29 


MM 


30 


•64 


30 


664 


29 


• 4 


29 069 


30 664 




132 


11 


M 




133 


796 


146 


201 


132 




134 


792 


133 796 


146 201 




6 


515 


6 




6 




7 


286 


6 




6 


719 


6 719 


7 286 




121 


640 


120 


088 


120 


048 


128 




121 


640 


120 


066 


120 048 


126 506 


JAPAN 


591 


674 


H 


861 




442 


1 026 


241 


591 


• - 


934 


661 


921 442 


1 026 241 






292 


1 


051 


1 




1 


266 




292 


1 


051 


1 051 


1 266 




1 711 




2 675 


770 


2 662 


706 


7 896 


6 . 


1 7U 




2 675 


77 


2 662 706 


2 896 600 


6510510 


TOPS OF HOOl 


OR HAIR 




















(LSI 






7 


208 


15 


533 


15 


533 


16 


93- 


7 


208 


15 


533 


15 533 


16 934 




7 


208 


15 


533 


15 


533 


16 


934 


" 


208 


15 


533 


15 533 


16 934 


6510610 


MANOKNITTING 


'MM 


- lOOt OR 


FINE as:-*. HI If 










(LB) 






13 


616 


43 


917 


44 


374 


44 


471 


13 


616 


-: 


917 


44 37- 


44 471 




27 


261 


63 


478 


63 


478 


69 




27 


261 




478 


63 478 


69 254 




10 


921 


«0 


-36 


40 


436 


42 


929 


10 


«21 


40 


4 36 


40 436 


«< V?V 




2 


005 


9 


221 


9 


221 


9 


479 


2 


oos 


9 


221 


9 221 


9 479 




9 


' 


49 


8 34 


49 


834 


55 


it. 


9 


7J6 


49 


834 


49 834 


55 562 


U KING 


9 


02« 


74 


705 


74 


705 


77 


993 


9 


024 


74 


705 


74 705 


77 993 




3 


627 


16 


049 


16 


460 


18 


109 


3 


627 


:t 


' -<> 


16 46C/ 


IS 109 




e 


889 


37 


854 


37 


854 




582 


8 


869 


37 


854 


37 654 


41 582 


FRANCE 


22 


458 


122 


556 


113 


374 


135 


"-- 


22 


*56 


122 


556 


113 3-?- 


135 744 


FR GERM 


1 


993 


14 


148 


14 


148 


15 


797 


1 


993 


14 


148 


14 J48 


15 797 


SPAIN 


3 


585 


13 


621 


13 


621 


16 


077 


3 


585 


13 


621 


13 621 


16 077 




10 


677 


54 


434 


54 


434 


66 


924 


10 


677 


54 


434 


54 434 


66 924 




2 


646 


8 


111 


8 


-: . 


9 


500 


2 


646 


6 


411 


8 4K 


9 500 






648 


3 


■>2J 


3 


723 


4 


437 




6<t8 


3 


723 


3 723 


4 4)7 




127 


086 


552 


387 


544 


073 


607 


858 


127 


086 


552 


367 


544 073 


607 858 


6510720 


YARN* 


■ool> Dyed, not over 3 


ISCHES 


. IN 


PACKAGES NOT OVER 


6 Ounces 






(LB) 






9 


885 


32 


318 


32 


798 


32 


796 


9 


rr: 


32 


318 


32 798 


32 796 




49 


785 


236 


705 


202 


691 


234 


773 


49 


785 


236 


705 


202 691 


234 773 




4 


768 


3 


243 


3 


243 


3 


96a 


4 


768 


3 


2-3 


3 243 


3 968 




64 


-36 


272 


266 


238 


732 


271 


559 


M 


438 


272 


2*6 


238 732 


271 359 


6510730 


YARN 


JF ANGORA RABBIT HAIR 


















(LB) 






2 


953 


72 


250 


72 


250 


75 


029 


2 


953 


72 


250 


72 250 


75 029 




2 


953 


72 


250 


72 


250 


75 


029 


2 


953 


72 


2S0 


72 250 


75 029 


6510740 


YARN 


)F KOOL 


OR FINE 


i'.I-i. 


HAIR NSPF 














(LB) 






10 


602 


34 


836 


32 


641 


34 


268 


10 


602 


34 


836 


32 641 


34 266 




u 


416 


29 


524 


29 


524 


31 


298 


11 


416 


29 


524 


29 524 


31 298 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-125 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" for information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 







Schedule A commot 


ity number, descr: 


ption 


and unit of quant 


ity 










Current month 


Cumulative, January to date 


Country 
of 






Value 


(doll 


ars ) 








Value (dollars) 


origin 


quantity 




























Customs 


F 


a. s . 




C. i.f . 






Customs 


F.a.s. 


C.i.f. 






3 856 


20 920 




20 


920 


21 


888 


3 856 


20 920 


20 920 


21 


888 




12 638 


62 987 




62 


998 


66 


948 


12 638 


62 987 


62 998 


66 


948 




6 142 


28 646 




28 


646 


31 


592 


6 142 


28 646 


28 646 


31 


592 




9 407 


40 620 




40 


620 


43 


124 


9 407 


40 620 


40 620 


43 


124 


FRANCE 


6 128 


32 315 




32 


315 


36 


193 


6 128 


32 315 


32 315 


36 


193 




4 563 


15 270 




15 


994 


18 


260 


4 563 


15 270 


15 994 


18 


260 




1 271 


5 741 




5 


741 


6 


333 


1 271 


5 741 


5 741 


6 


333 




2 630 


10 402 




10 


402 


13 


060 


2 630 


10 402 


10 402 


13 


060 


OTH CTY 


2 704 


9 760 




9 


826 


11 


060 


2 704 


9 760 


9 826 


11 


060 




71 357 


291 021 




289 


627 


314 


024 


71 357 


291 021 


289 627 


314 


024 


6510770 


TOPS* ROVI 


MG/ AND YARN OF 


ANIMAL HAIR NSPF INCLUDING HUMAN HAIR 




(LB) 








235 


844 






844 


1 


018 


235 


844 


844 


1 


018 




235 


844 






844 


1 


018 


235 


844 


844 


1 


018 


6511010 


YARN AND THREAD OF SILK 
















(LB) 








1 984 


28 605 




28 


605 


30 


261 


1 984 


28 605 


28 605 


30 


261 




4 498 


43 515 




43 


515 


47 


205 


4 498 


43 515 


43 515 


47 


205 




3 307 


15 977 




15 


977 


16 


989 


3 307 


15 977 


15 977 


16 


989 




24 842 


307 168 




307 


168 


312 


714 


24 842 


307 168 


307 168 


312 


714 




3 134 


36 488 




36 


488 


37 


916 


3 134 


36 488 


36 488 


37 


916 




682 


5 813 




5 


786 


6 


859 


682 


5 813 


5 786 


6 


859 




38 447 


437 566 




437 


539 


451 


944 


38 447 


437 566 


437 539 


451 


944 


6513025 


COTTON YAR 


M, SINGLES, NOT 


COMBED/ NOT BLEACHED OR COLOREO 




(LB) 








476 238 


567 868 




563 


692 


563 


692 


476 238 


567 868 


563 692 


563 


692 




256 485 


283 219 




283 


219 


299 


477 


256 485 


283 219 


283 219 


299 


477 




39 296 


22 595 




22 


595 


23 


647 


39 296 


22 595 


22 595 


23 


647 




148 339 


169 639 




169 


589 


177 


651 


148 339 


169 639 


169 589 


177 


651 




254 614 


252 317 




252 


317 


277 


073 


254 614 


252 317 


252 317 


277 


073 




116 091 


132 229 




132 


229 


143 


012 


116 091 


132 229 


132 229 


143 


012 




1 430 


8 240 




8 


240 


8 


964 


1 430 


8 240 


8 240 


8 


964 




66 468 


68 987 




68 


987 


78 


390 


66 468 


68 987 


68 987 


78 


390 


EGYPT 


60 9l6 


69 343 




69 


343 


72 


795 


60 9l6 


69 343 


69 343 


72 


795 




994 


1 440 




1 


448 


1 


579 


994 


1 440 


1 448 


1 


579 




1 420 871 


1 575 877 


1 


571 


659 


1 646 


280 


1 420 871 


1 575 877 


1 571 659 


1 646 


280 


6513055 


COTTON YAR 


N, SINGLES/ NOT 


COMBED/ BLEACHED OR COLORED 






(LB) 








6 908 


6 933 




6 


933 


7 


666 


6 9o8 


6 933 


6 933 


7 


666 




241 


926 






926 


1 


203 


241 


926 


926 


1 


203 




7 149 


7 859 




7 


859 


8 


869 


7 149 


7 859 


7 859 


8 


869 


6513060 


COTTON YAR 


N, PLIED/ NOT COMBED 














(LB) 








133 204 


152 961 




147 


905 


147 


905 


133 204 


152 961 


147 905 


147 


905 




33 267 


39 517 




39 


517 


41 


251 


33 267 


39 517 


39 517 


41 


251 




68 353 


70 653 




70 


962 


79 


206 


68 353 


70 653 


70 962 


79 


206 




5 033 


10 116 




10 


116 


10 


855 


5 033 


10 116 


10 116 


10 


855 




1 580 


3 295 




3 


233 


3 


527 


1 580 


3 295 


3 233 


3 


527 




241 437 


276 542 




271 


733 


282 


744 


241 437 


276 542 


271 733 


282 


744 


6513070 


COTTON YAR 


N, SINGLES/ COMBED 














(LB) 








47 231 


62 601 




61 


188 


61 


188 


47 231 


62 601 


61 188 


61 


188 




15 000 


21 691 




21 


691 


22 


500 


15 000 


21 691 


21 691 


22 


500 




21 189 


25 630 




25 


630 


27 


922 


21 189 


25 630 


25 630 


27 


922 




96 342 


114 980 




114 


980 


123 


591 


96 342 


114 980 


114 980 


123 


591 




2 790 


4 246 




4 


246 


4 


422 


2 790 


4 246 


4 246 


4 


422 




182 552 


229 148 




227 


735 


239 


623 


182 552 


229 148 


227 735 


239 


623 


651308C 


COTTON YAR 


N/ PLIED/ COMBED 














(LB) 








967 


5 104 




5 


104 


5 


384 


967 


5 104 


5 104 


5 


384 




501 


2 113 




2 


113 


2 


411 


501 


2 113 


2 113 


2 


411 




1 468 


7 217 




7 


217 


7 


795 


1 468 


7 217 


7 217 


7 


795 


651309C 


HANDWORK YARN AND SEWING 


THREAD 


OF 


:otton 








(LB) 








1 210 


8 868 




8 


868 


9 


317 


1 210 


8 868 


8 868 


9 


317 




687 


9 208 




9 


208 


10 


224 


687 


9 208 


9 208 


10 


224 




20 791 


444 754 




190 


593 


251 


301 


20 791 


444 754 


190 593 


251 


301 




1 086 


6 813 




6 


813 


7 


249 


1 086 


6 813 


6 813 


7 


249 




359 


8 518 




8 


518 


8 


930 


359 


8 518 


8 518 


8 


930 




798 


6 164 




6 


164 


6 


532 


798 


6 164 


6 164 


6 


532 




24 931 


484 325 




230 


164 


293 


553 


24 931 


484 325 


230 164 


293 


553 


651941C 


COIR YARN 


AND ROVING 
















(LB) 








13 090 


4 365 




4 


365 


5 


062 


13 090 


4 365 


4 365 


5 


062 




13 090 


4 365 




4 


365 


5 


062 


13 090 


4 365 


4 365 


5 


062 



2-126 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



JANUARY 1979 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin. Customs. F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values Continued 



(See "Explanation of Stattsua" lor information on co*'aga data of impoaai'O*. drfmibone o* Cuatoim. Ia 
of the impon ttabn<a Shipment! vatufti lea .h*n $251 are an own only undax Sd 



*, aourtaa of a'rot *\ me data OTH CTY (oihe' co 
Ih Haaaal M X<X *---■ •• •' InVal * . I • 



Schedule A c 



f quantity 





(. urrml monlh 


t umuljlur January lo dalr 


Country 
of 


Net 
quant 1 ty 


Value (dollar. > 


quantity 


Llaral 


origin 


Cuatoaa 


r.«... 




I >Jaut 







6519425 

CANADA 

INDIA 

THAILND 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6519130 

CANADA 

SnEDEN 

U KIN6 

IRELAND 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

SPAIN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6519445 

MEXICO 

ECUADOR 

IRELAND 

FRANCE 

PHIL R 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6519500 

CANADA 

U KING 

FRANCE 

FR GERM 

JAPAN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6521300 

FRANCE 

PAK1STN 

OTH CTY 

TOTAL 

6521717 

MEXICO 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

THAILND 

SINGAPR 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521729 

COLOMB 

PERU 

THAILND 

HG KONG 

JAPAN 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521733 

MEXICO 

COLOMB 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

USSR 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

TOTal 



JUTE YARN AND ROVING 



(LB) 



17 193 

61 253 

73 783 

5 059 

177 588 



8 765 

26 513 

21 806 

? 786 

59 87Q 



8 961 
26 513 
21 806 

2 981 
60 261 



YARN AND ROVING OF FLAJ, HAHIE, OR TRi 



18 621 

2 875 

51 931 

1 009 

10 115 

36 092 

6 636 

893 

166 178 



35 235 

13 290 

156 «96 

15 394 

12 166 

30 176 

11 535 

4 172 

2«1 761 



35 476 

13 290 
156 562 

15 391 

12 «66 

30 176 

14 607 
« 216 

262 207 



8 961 
i2 555 
27 161 

3 6*t 
TJ 3-' 



35 176 

13 635 

167 765 

16 267 

13 266 

32 55i 

15 736 

4 492 

301 39i 



YARN AND ROVING OF TEXTILE FIBERS NSPF INCLUDING PI 



83 600 

160 000 

21 098 

86 

124 32? 

2 578 

220 

391 9Q1 



3? 745 

65 351 

10 690 

6 097 

45 664 

35 382 

1 052 

197 1»1 



32 745 

65 351 

10 690 

5 966 

45 664 

35 362 

1 052 

197 052 



GROUPED FILAMENTS »N0 YARNS OF 64.ASS FIBERS 



121 741 
569 915 

1 17; 

6 960 
255 004 

1 040 
956 632 



55 574 

306 216 

. : ' -•' 

5 112 

108 666 

2 919 

596 965 



PILE FABRICS. COTTON. TERRY 



5 844 

47 166 

270 

53 280 



15 999 

16 593 
1 680 

64 272 



55 591 

306 401 
116 496 

5 112 
106 666 

3 546 
597 614 



15 090 

46 593 

1 660 

64 272 



32 745 

71 20C 

11 61« 

6 376 

53 685 

36 509 

1 100 

213 629 



•• i». 

337 173 

118 65C 

5 79* 

124 094 

4 172 

645 67* 



16 669 

49 783 

1 943 

66 395 



17 493 
61 253 

73 783 
5 059 



46 624 

2 875 

54 934 

4 009 

10 115 

36 092 

6 636 

693 

166 176 



63 600 

160 000 

21 096 

66 

124 J22 

2 576 

220 

391 904 



121 7,1 

569 9i5 
4 172 
6 960 

255 004 
1 040 

956 632 



9 ».- 

47 166 

270 

53 260 



DUCK/ COTTON, NOT FANCY OR FIGURED. NOT BlEACmEO ANO NOT COLORED 



63 661 

552 002 

86 197 

351 763 

981 324 

181 550 

139 237 

205 631 

122 856 

130 105 

814 326 



-* : m 

268 320 

80 147 

225 790 

415 110 

161 659 

159 214 

1 878 730 

51 702 

48 C64 

3 334 841 



46 524 

266 320 

60 147 

219 516 

392 112 

159 709 

158 214 

1 759 138 

51 702 

44 844 

3 160 228 



46 52* 

279 293 

67 059 

1 i 1 t • e 

433 83; 

171 575 

167 805 

666 238 

53 749 

47 230 
391 67c 



63 661 

552 002 

M .v 

351 7 6 3 

981 324 

161 550 

139 237 

20! 631 

122 856 

130 105 

814 326 



POPLIN OR BROADCLOTH, COTTON. NOT FANCY OR FIGURED, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED 



186 118 
96 945 
896 473 
329 159 
287 223 
7 509 
807 127 



88 378 

36 139 

313 093 

169 220 

159 435 

8 566 

77* 831 



88 376 

36 139 

310 242 

169 220 

159 435 

8 566 

771 980 



91 157 
37 197 
330 699 
173 875 
163 350 
6 718 
804 996 



IM 111 

98 9*5 

-.-■. 173 

329 159 

267 223 

7 509 



PRINTCLOTH, COTTON, NOT FANCY OR FIGURED. NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLOREB 



69 569 

168 403 

142 532 

180 556 

560 078 

466 066 

5 329 079 

399 999 

5 501 223 

1 202 667 

161 945 

59 557 

14 501 A*7lS 



16 632 

44 925 

35 764 

52 162 

137 671 

119 160 

1 402 987 

117 924 

1 616 355 

369 009 

68 966 

19 463 

a nm 040 



16 971 

44 925 

31 722 

52 162 

134 791 

118 819 

376 721 

117 924 

608 216 

352 893 

68 588 

19 463 

946 197 



16 971 

46 481 

35 702 

56 161 

145 816 

131 129 

1 466 811 

123 000 

1 700 359 

369 100 

71 626 

20 104 

4 165 260 



69 569 

168 403 

142 532 

160 556 
560 076 
466 066 

5 329 079 

399 999 

5 501 223 

1 202 667 

161 9*5 
59 557 

14 241 676 



6 


765 


26 


513 


21 


606 


2 


766 


59 


670 


35 


2 35 


13 


290 


• 


496 


15 


394 


12 


-■ 1 


30 


176 


14 


535 


4 


172 


261 


764 


32 


745 


65 




10 


690 


6 


097 


«5 


664 


35 


3e2 


1 


052 


197 




55 


574 


306 


216 


116 


■ • 


5 


112 


106 


666 


2 


919 


596 


965 


15 


999 


46 


593 


1 


660 


6* 


272 


46 


065 


266 


320 


eo 


1-7 




790 


415 


110 


161 


619 


159 


214 


676 


730 


51 


702 


•t 


064 


334 


641 


)RED 




86 


376 


36 


139 


313 


093 


169 


220 


159 


435 


6 


5t6 


774 


631 


16 


632 


-- 


925 


35 


764 


52 


162 


137 


671 


119 


160 


402 


967 


117 


924 


616 


315 


369 


009 


66 


988 


19 


463 


001 


040 



8 961 


6 961 


*6 513 


32 555 


21 606 


27 161 


2 961 


3 646 


60 261 


72 345 


<l6) 




35 476 


35 476 


13 290 


13 635 


156 562 


167 765 


15 JV« 


16 267 


12 466 


13 266 


30 176 


32 554 


14 607 


15 736 


4 216 


4 492 


26? 207 


301 391 


IL6I 




i2 745 


32 745 


65 351 


•u <C0 


10 690 


11 614 


5 966 


6 376 


45 664 


53 665 


35 362 


36 509 


1 052 


1 100 


197 052 


213 629 


(Lai 




55 591 


55 591 


306 401 


33T 173 


116 496 


116 650 


5 112 


5 794 


106 66* 


124 094 


3 546 


* 172 


597 61* 


645 674 


iStD) 




15 999 


16 669 


46 593 


49 763 


1 660 


1 943 


64 272 


66 395 


(SYD) 




46 52* 


46 524 


266 320 


274 <<,i 


60 147 


87 059 


2.9 516 


236 566 


392 112 


433 631 


159 709 


171 575 


156 214 


167 605 


1 759 136 


1 666 236 


51 702 


53 749 


44 644 


47 230 


3 160 226 


3 391 670 


(SYD) 




66 376 


91 157 


36 139 


37 197 


310 242 


330 699 


169 220 


173 675 


159 435 


163 310 


6 V 


6 716 


771 960 


604 996 


(Sr2) 




16 971 


16 971 


44 925 


46 461 


34 722 


35 702 


52 162 


56 161 


134 791 


145 616 


116 619 


131 129 


1 376 721 


1 466 611 


117 924 


l«r3 000 


1 606 2ie 


1 700 359 


352 893 


369 100 


66 566 


71 626 


19 463 


20 104 


3 946 197 


4 165 260 



JANUARY 1979 



U.S. GENERAL IMPORTS 



2-127 



Table 2. Schedule A Commodity by Country of Origin, Customs, F.a.s., and C.i.f. Values— Continued 

(See "Explanation of Statistics" tor information on coverage, date of importation, definitions of Customs, f.a.s., and c.i.f. values, sources of error in the data, OTH CTY (other countries), and other definitions and features 
of the import statistics. Shipments valued less than $251 are shown only under Schedule A commodity number 990.0000 and excluded from all other commodities.) 



Schedule A commodity number, description and unit of quantity 



Country 

of 
origin 



Current month 



Net 
quantity 



Value (dollars) 



Cumulative, January to date 



Net 
quantity 



Value (dollars) 



6521738 

COLOMB 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

ARGENT 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

THAILNO 

CHINA M 

KOR REP..... 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521740 

MEXICO 

COLOMB 

PERU 

PAKISTN 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521747 

COLOMB 

PERU 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

CHINA M 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521761 

COLOMB 

PERU 

INDIA 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

TOTAL 

6521765 

MEXICO 

COLOMB 

PERU 

BRAZIL 

INDIA. 

THAILND 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 

KOR REP 

HG KONG 

CHINA T 

EGYPT 

TOTAL 

6521795 

COLOMB 

PERU 

BELGIUM 

FR GERM 

CZECH0 

SWITZLD 

SPAIN, 

ITALY 

INDIA 

PAKISTN 

THAILND 

MALAYSA 

SINGAPR 

CHINA M 



SHEETING, COTTON, ABC, NOT FANCY OR FIGURED, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED 



330 619 

2 171 355 

560 329 

16 672 

1 240 505 

4 269 791 

1 028 700 

1 088 340 

688 850 

4 343 702 

1 805 581 

287 972 

17 832 416 



144 731 
787 463 
208 337 
6 954 
503 659 
040 276 
426 160 
421 352 
277 803 
533 525 
828 246 
86 337 
264 843 



144 731 
785 603 
215 076 
6 954 
494 897 
023 871 
415 573 
418 801 
277 803 
518 421 
822 245 
79 269 
203 244 



150 080 
811 610 
232 700 
7 502 
535 468 

1 119 410 
442 124 
437 721 
289 453 

1 598 435 

854 398 

82 817 

6 561 718 



330 619 
171 355 
560 329 
16 672 
240 5o5 
269 791 
028 700 
088 340 
688 850 
343 702 
805 581 
287 972 
17 832 416 



144 731 
787 463 
208 337 
6 954 
503 659 
040 276 
426 160 
421 352 
277 803 
533 525 
828 246 
86 337 
264 843 



SHEETING, COTTON, SOFT-FILLED, NOT FANCY OR FIGURED, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED 



123 010 
72 000 
036 750 
105 556 
416 667 
413 595 
569 457 
071 466 
568 777 
377 278 



38 975 

20 269 

564 924 

28 914 

120 142 

117 547 

535 795 

633 673 

171 558 

2 231 797 



38 975 
20 269 
564 924 
28 914 
120 142 
116 082 
475 880 
629 613 
160 541 
155 340 



38 975 

21 255 

581 897 

31 500 

127 500 

123 839 

502 307 

654 149 

167 189 

2 248 611 



123 010 
72 000 
036 750 
105 556 
416 667 
413 595 
569 457 
071 466 
568 777 
377 278 



38 975 
20 269 
564 924 
28 914 
120 142 
117 547 
535 795 
633 673 
171 558 
231 797 



SHEETING, COTTON, NOT FANCY OR FIGURED, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED, N.S.P.F, 



191 204 
579 287 

44 444 
226 HO 

44 800 

2 408 727 
173 610 

83 124 

3 751 306 



58 462 

173 519 

15 758 

63 091 

14 593 

797 985 

72 501 

35 504 

1 231 413 



58 462 

172 883 

15 758 

63 091 

14 593 

791 954 

72 501 

33 019 

1 222 261 



61 861 

186 861 

16 800 

68 275 

15 120 

843 747 

76 500 

34 459 

1 303 623 



SATEENS, COTTON, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED 



623 637 

554 500 

451 458 

80 556 

267 223 

453 661 

13 596 

152 668 

2 597 299 



314 024 

300 572 

247 237 

43 900 

139 051 

263 249 

7 863 

89 387 

1 405 283 



314 024 

300 572 

244 702 

43 900 

139 143 

250 188 

7 863 

86 732 

1 387 124 



327 272 

310 000 

264 485 

47 000 

149 000 

264 425 

8 259 

90 209 

1 460 650 



TWILLS, COTTON, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED 



170 184 
349 123 
899 907 
347 191 
152 315 

53 042 
496 704 
161 547 
160 000 
262 500 
621 135 

31 986 
705 634 



92 065 

132 633 

324 569 

262 649 

47 699 

15 351 

160 458 

84 354 

56 451 

139 563 

218 370 

12 466 

546 626 



92 765 

132 633 

324 569 

262 649 

47 699 

15 351 

160 458 

84 354 

56 451 

139 563 

218 370 

12 466 

547 328 



92 765 

137 566 

335 395 

280 828 

54 142 

15 478 

169 750 

89 107 

59 100 

147 599 

226 316 

12 907 

1 620 955 



191 204 
579 287 

44 444 
226 HO 

44 800 

2 408 727 
173 610 

83 124 

3 751 3Q6 



623 637 
554 500 
451 458 

80 556 
267 223 
453 661 

13 596 

152 668 

2 597 299 



170 184 
349 123 
899 907 
347 191 
152 315 

53 042 
496 704 
161 547 
160 000 
262 500 
621 135 

31 986 
3 705 634 



FABRICS, WOVEN, COTTON, NOT BLEACHED AND NOT COLORED, N.S.P.F. 



28 808 
106 446 



2 
1 
21 
11 
9 
6 



204 
115 
168 
128 
372 
727 



433 083 
256 467 
227 902 
36 929 
195 908 
137 254 



39 054 

126 832 

7 186 

16 022 

68 751 

41 665 

20 095 

51 893 

443 512 

395 849 

450 010 

71 673 

319 026 

170 472 



39 054 
126 832 

7 188 
16 022 
68 751 

40 133 
20 095 
51 260 

417 483 
392 853 
434 760 
71 523 
311 551 
170 472 



40 658 

130 641 

7 795 

16 696 

71 508 

42 198 

22 069 

53 798 

492 283 

419 399 

455 550 

74 858 

325 278 

161 823 



26 608 
106 446 



204 
U5 



21 186 
11 128 



372 
727 



433 083 
256 467 
227 902 
36 929 
195 908 
137 254 



58 462 

173 519 

15 758 

63 091 

14 593 

797 985 

72 501 

35 504 

1 231 413 



314 024 

300 572 

247 237 

43 900 

139 051 

263 249 

7 863 

89 387 

1 405 283 



92 065 

132 633 

324 569 

262 649 

47 699 

15 351 

160 458 

84 354 

56 451 

139 563 

216 370 

12 466 

1 546 628 



39 054 

126 832 

7 188 

16 022 

68 751 

41 665 

20 095 

51 893 

443 512 

395 849 

450 010 

71 673 

319 026 

170 472 



(SYD) 

144 731 

785 603 
215 076 

6 954 
494 897 

1 023 871 
415 573 
418 801 
277 803 

1 518 421 
822 245 

79 269 
6 203 244 

(SYD) 

38 975 
20 269 

564 924 
28 914 
120 142 
116 082 
475 880 
629 613 
160 541 

2 155 340 

(SYD) 

58 462 

172 883 

15 758 

63 091 

14 593 
791 954 

72 501 

33 019 

1 222 261 

(SYD) 

314 024 
300 572 
244 702 
43 900 
139 143 
250 188 

7 863 
86 732 

1 387 124 

(SYO) 

92 765 
132 633 

324 569 

262 649 

47 699 

15 351 
160 458 

84 354 

56 451 

139 563 

218 370 

12 466 

1 547 328 

(LB) 

39 054 
126 832 

7 188 

16 022 
68 751 

40 133 
20 095 
51 260 

417 463 
392 853 
434 760 
71 523 
311 551 
170 472 



150 


080 


811 


610 


232 


700 


7 


502 


535 


468 


119 


410 


442 


124 


437 


721 


289 


453 


598 


435 


854 


398 


82 


817 


561